Kumasi Asante Kotoko defender, Christopher Nettey has shed light on superstitious allegations levelled against him after his side’s match-day 11 game against Aduana Stars.
The match at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Sports Stadium was marred with several controversies with both teams starting the encounter with 10 players.
But the Attram De’ Visser Soccer Academy product in an exclusive interview with Asempa FM’s Sergio Manucho has rejected the claims.
“The commentator misrepresented the actuality of the matter,”
“In the second half, they planted an object in our goalpost, so I took it to return it to their goal area. It’s not like Kotoko gave it to me to plant it in their goalpost, that was not the idea, ” he explained.
“In my career, I have never visited any Mallam. I have never visited any priest to pray for me before. I have never bathed with any substance or used any talisman before”, Christopher Nettey is quoted by Adomonline.
Well, despite the rather embarrassing scenes, the Porcupine Warriors succumbed to a last-minute defeat after a Samuel Bioh stoppage-time strike.
Meanwhile, the Ghana premier league remain suspended, awaiting a final decision in coming days whether it will continue or be cancelled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.