Former Hearts of Oak player Samuel Johnson has explained the secret behind the Shamo Quaye face powder during Hearts of Oak games.
The former Ghana international played under the legendary coach of the Phobians and has explained that his former coach was just playing mind games with the opponents.
He adds he has not seen Shamo with anything like juju, and the club has also not given anything to their late head coach to use during games.
“The Shamo powder, it is not Hearts of Oak who gave it to him,” he told Dan Kwaku Yeboah TV in an interview.
“Maybe, I don’t know, but I’ve not seen Shamo Quaye doing anything like juju. Shamo is just playing mind games with people.
“He’ll let you see him and he can be murmuring or pick something on the floor and throw it; he would make sure you are looking at him. This way, you’re defeated psychologically.
“If he’s doing something behind, I don’t know. I have not seen him put something in his trousers when we are going to play a game. If someone has seen him, fine, but personally, I’ve not seen him.”
A lot of Ghanaians and Africans believe so much that ‘black magic’, also known as juju, plays a huge part in the African game.