Ghanasportspage.com can confirm that the Confederation of African Football has ordered a representative to monitor the CAF Confederations Cup play-offs second leg game between JS Saoura and Accra Hearts of Oak due to juju pop up to dispel spiritual vexation.
Following the 2-0 defeat to Hearts of Oak the club president of JS Sauora, Mohamed Zerouati revealed that Accra Hearts of Oak beat his side in the CAF Confederations Cup game due to what he sees as “juju”.
Zerouati mentioned that the dressing room allocated to his side had been sprayed with something and all the place was smelling bad which they could not contain.
We can confirm that the football governing body in Africa will on the day tighten their monitoring during the second league encounter in Bechar due to the juju brouhaha between the two teams.
“In an interesting related story, Hearts are said to have refused to officially name their squad due to fear of a planned retaliation from the Algerians on the juju issue. They are also scared their covid medicals may be tempered with, the reason they did not name the official delegation”. The source from CAF revealed. Hearts are currently transiting through different stops to Algeria.
The CAF has ordered officials to ensure both sides will have a fair game with the absence of openly introducing juju into the aforementioned competition, ghanasportspage.com can understand.