WICTHCRAFT SUSPICIONS MADE RED ARROWS TO BOYCOTT DRESSING ROOM
Allegations of use of supernatural help in the game of football is not an unrelated story to the ear. It is a case that has stood the taste of time and still stimulates a great debate among African countries when it comes to food, and Zambia is not new to these stories either.
It was in the case of Saturday’s match between Red Arrows and Kafue Celtics, Red Arrows was forced to use the space of their two buses as a dressing room after they allegedly found a cracked egg in their actual dressing room.
This happened at the Edwin Imboela stadium where they faced the relegation threatened Kafue celtics. The allegations pointed straight to Celtics as they were thought to use this technique to scare of their opponents on the pitch, though that can not be proven.
Sadly, there was no witnesses to see who smeared the egg in the room. In the end, Arrows won 1 – 0 to stay afloat of the table and left Celtics still hanging by a thread on the bottom table. Is this some kind of a mind game or does witchcraft really exists in African football?