By Patrick Akoto
Medeama Director Desmond Frimpong-Manso has rubbished growing reports of superstition at the FA in the local media.
Ex-Ghana star Awudu Issaka made a volatile statement to imply that recent injuries suffered by Black Stars captains could have been orchestrated after Sulley Muntari was knocked down by an injury.
He captained the team during the 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Lesotho and Zambia.
Stephen Appiah, John Mensah, Michael Essien and John Pantsil all all had their share of suffering excruciating injuries in the past when they captained the African giants.
The untimely death of the Vice-Chairman of the Ghana Football Association Jordan Anagblah has also come under the limelight with others accusing some ‘unseen’ persons as the masterminds of the recent spate of disasters.
But the Medeama Director, who doubles as the Local Black Stars management committee member has angrily reacted to such reports describing them as preposterous.
“These wild allegations are unfounded and totally rubbish” who at the GFA will kill Jordan and for what?,” Manso quizzed GHANAsoccernet.com
“Jordan Anagbla died through a natural cause and it is totally preposterous for anyone to link GFA or any member of the association to that effect
“It is about time Ghanaians desisted from such primitive behavior, linking everything to superstition and juju; that is killing our football in Ghana.”