Former Ghana midfielder, Kwadwo Asamoah has revealed why he stopped wearing Ghana No.10 Jersey.
The former Udinese star used to wear the No.20 but he was handed the No.10 jersey based on the recommendation of former captain Stephen Appiah.
Also, the former Juventus midfielder reverted to the No.20 after briefly wearing the No.10. The decision sparked rumours and speculations about a spiritual attack forcing him to abandon the No.10.
Kwadwo Asamoah announced his retirement a few days ago and the veteran midfielder has explained the reasons why he reverted the number 10 shirt at the Black Stars.
“You know I have been hearing this story for a very long time. I don’t know the kind of person who brought out this story because I never had any conversation with anyone that I’ve been having dreams of someone chasing about the jersey. I don’t know where that story came out from.
“I’m making it clear I never had any dreams like that. I just told them that I don’t want the jersey anymore. I want to change it back to my No. 20. So it wasn’t like someone was chasing me,” he said in an interview aired by Kumasi-based Pure FM.
He has represented Ghana in four Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, and two FIFA World Cups and made 74 appearances and scored 4 times for the Black Stars.