Ghana FA Govt Council member George Amoako has disclosed that the majority Ghanaian gamers with completely different nationalities will not be excited by enjoying for the Black Stars due to black magic popularly often known as “juju”.
He defined that the Ghana FA has an Herculean activity at hand by making an attempt to persuade gamers born overseas to play for the nationwide group attributable to notion that “juju” within the group can have an effect on their careers.
Prior to now there have been unconfirmed stories about gamers utilizing of Black Magic within the camp of the Black Stars.
In accordance with George Amoako who additionally heads the Black Stars administration committee, these perceptions are making it troublesome for the FA to persuade these gamers born overseas from enjoying for the nation.
“There are numerous perceptions about how Ghanaian footballers play the sport,” the Ghana FA official informed Nhyira FM.
“Damaging tendencies within the sport, those that intentionally wish to injure you and minimize brief your profession.
“Then the standard endless speculations, particularly about Ghanaian gamers utilizing juju to play soccer.
“Even those that had been raised right here and go to Europe to play there, most of them due to juju don’t wish to play for Ghana.
“Its a really huge downside we try to unravel and make proper,” he concluded.
Ghana previously have been capable of persuade some gamers to change nationality and play for the Black Stars.
The instances of Quincy Owusu Abeyie, Emmanuel Frimpong, Kevin Prince Boateng, Akwasi Appiah, Christopher Adjei-Antwi, Jeffrey Schlupp amongst others are clear examples.
Ghana coach Charles Kwabla Akonnor just lately launched into a tour to Europe the place he engaged some Ghanaian gamers making an attempt to persuade them to play for the Black Stars.