Brazilian midfielder, Fabio Gama has denied claims in some media circles that he made a juju claims against Asante Kotoko.
The 29-year-old was reported in Ghanaian media circles and social media to have spoken to Radio Botafogo in Brazil that the Porcupine Warriors are practicing ‘juju’ as their culture.
Allegations on the use of ‘black power’, locally known as juju, by Ghanaian and African footballers have usually dominated the headlines.
A recent post on social media indicates that Fabio Gama has disclosed secret concerning Kotoko during an interview with Radio Botafogo Official.
“There was a lot to get used to at Asante Kotoko. One of the most interesting things was the role of Juju. In the changing room before the game‚ the jujuman will place a stick at the entrance, All the players had to jump back and forth over the stick.” They told us it’s the team culture, I was surprised to see that. Very unusual to me..!!
Meanwhile, the former Brazil Under 17 player has denied all these claims in a chat with Ghanasportspage.com on Friday, July 8, saying “No, I have not granted an interview with anyone. I can’t do any interview before I go to Bahrain,” Gama stated.
In addition he said, “This all be lie. I never heard about this radio.”
Fabio Gama parted ways with the Ghana Premier League champions, Kumasi Asante Kotoko following the expiration of his contract.
The 29-year-old’s two-year contract, which he signed when he joined the Porcupine Warriors on a free transfer, ended in June.
Upon the expiration of his contract, he informed the club of his desire to explore other opportunities elsewhere.
The midfielder, in his two-year stint with Asante Kotoko, scored five goals in 48 appearances.
He has joined Bahraini top-flight side Al-Muharraq Sporting Club after parting ways with the GPL giants.