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Black Stars ‘juju talks’ scare Ghanaian gamers born overseas


Ghana Football Affiliation (GFA) Executive Council member, George Amoako has discovered it is difficult to get Ghanaian players born overseas to enjoy for the Black Stars simply because of ‘talks of juju’.

Amoako, who also heads the Black Stars administration committee, mentioned in an interview with Nhyira FM that these statements by the public scare the players, nevertheless some have curiosity in symbolizing the senior nationwide staff.

George Amoako

“Most of the [Ghanaian] players born in Europe, if you want to entice them to appear and participate in for Ghana, it is pretty tough. They mostly aspire to engage in for their nation of beginning or host nations. Even their mother and father really don’t decide for their young children actively playing for Ghana”

“There are a good deal of perceptions about how Ghanaian footballers engage in the recreation. Reckless tackles, harmful tendencies in the Ghanaian match and talks of juju place them off”.

Not too long ago, GFA and Black Stars mentor Charles Akonnor have been striving to influence some players to pledge their global potential to Ghana.

Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah and Tariq Lamptey of Brighton are the noteworthy players, the mentor is claimed to have contacted.

Early this month, talented attacker Jeremy Doku, who had been targeted by Black Stars, created his debut for Belgium and scored.

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