Bashir Hayford urges GFA and the government to probe into Black Stars juju claims

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Former Legon Cities Head Coach Bashir Hayford has urged the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to investigate into the allegations of juju usage in Black Stars camp.

Following Ghana’s disastrous campaign at the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON), reports have emerged that some players have threatened to stop playing for the team due to the usage of juju in camp by their teammates.

Reacting to reports, Bashir Hayford has advised the FA to probe into the matter and find a resolution.

“I am an experienced coach in this country and everybody knows my pedigree but the alleged issue of “juju’ at the camp of the Black Stars is worrying and must be investigated,” he said on Asempa FM on the Ultimate Sports Show.

“Players are now threatening that they will not honour call ups again due to the ‘juju’ claims. This is gradually ruining the Black Stars and it is about time the Ghana Football Association and the government investigate and fights this canker.”

“The team needs serenity to succeed but if such stuff continues to happen at the camp, then disaster always awaits us because this is not the first time such incident has been reported,” he added.

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