I Bewitched Ronaldo Claims A Ghanaian Witchdoctor

By Daniel  Chokoe

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A Ghanaian witchdoctor has claimed responsibility for the injuries which is currently
threatening Cristiano Ronaldo’s participation  in the World Cup.

The Los Blanco star has been struggling with various injuries which have forced him to train
separately from his Portuguese teammates.

The Guardian now reports that witchdoctor Nana Kwaku Bonsam claims he has been the man
behind Ronaldo’s injuries.

He told Kumasi-based radio station Angel FM : “I know what Cristiano Ronaldo’s injury is about;
I’m working on him,” Bonsam claims.
“I am very serious about it. Last week I went around looking for four dogs and I got them to be
used in manufacturing a special spirit called ‘Kahwiri Kapam’.

“I said it four months ago that I will work on Cristiano Ronaldo seriously and rule him out of
the World Cup or at least prevent him from playing against Ghana, and the best thing I can
do is to keep him out though injury.
“This injury can never be cured by any medic; they can never see what is causing the injury
because it is spiritual. Today it is his knee, tomorrow it is his thigh, next day it is something
else.”

Ghana and Portugal have been drawn together in Group G. Being African I believe that witchcraft exists however I do not think it is strong to that extent. If it was really that powerful then Asamoah Gyan would have scored that penalty against Uruguay in 2010. If muti really worked then we would have had atleast five coubtries from Africa winning the world cup however that is not the case, this guy just needs to be reported to SPCA for animal cruelty period. Meanwhile some of us are hoping to see the world player of the year at his best this month.

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UEFA Champions League Final 2014 : Review

Ronaldo goal celebration

Ronaldo goal celebration

By Daniel Chokoe

The UEFA Champions League final was a breath-taking roller coaster ride, it is certainly a game that will be remembered in many decades to come. It featured rival teams that are just separated by a street, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid battled it out in Lisbon, Portugal for the best club competition in the world.

Real Madrid were favourites to win the game, however a blunder from captain Iker Casillas meant that they went to half time trailing by a goal.

Real Madrid looked teethless upfront, which is hard to believe for a team that consist of two of the most expensive players in the world. Bale missed chances, Ronaldo barely had the ball. It took a powerful header from Sergio Ramos to put the match into extra time.

Gareth Bale made it 2-1 after heading a rebound from Angel Di Maria’s goal attempt, that goal went through Atletico fan’s hearts like a sharp knife. Soon substitute Marcelo made it 3-1, however an observation that I made is that Ronaldo did not celebrate any of those goals with his teammates.

He then tricked his way into the penalty area, and won a penalty which he converted to make it 4-1 to Los Blancos. The manner in which he celebrated was not only disrespectful, it also showed his arrogance and how his ego comes before the team. Honestly his goal was not a game defining one, it was just a cherry on top which deserved a mini celebration.

I love Cristiano however a true role model should show team spirit and put his ego behind the team in the pecking order.

Overall it was a nice treatment of football, until Brazil 2014 comes calling.

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Posted from WordPress for BlackBerry.

UEFA Champions League Final 2014 : Review

Ronaldo goal celebration

Ronaldo goal celebration

By Daniel Chokoe

The UEFA Champions League final was a breath-taking roller coaster ride, it is certainly a game that will be remembered in many decades to come. It featured rival teams that are just separated by a street, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid battled it out in Lisbon, Portugal for the best club competition in the world.

Real Madrid were favourites to win the game, however a blunder from captain Iker Casillas meant that they went to half time trailing by a goal.

Real Madrid looked teethless upfront, which is hard to believe for a team that consist of two of the most expensive players in the world. Bale missed chances, Ronaldo barely had the ball. It took a powerful header from Sergio Ramos to put the match into extra time.

Gareth Bale made it 2-1 after heading a rebound from Angel Di Maria’s goal attempt, that goal went through Atletico fan’s hearts like a sharp knife. Soon substitute Marcelo made it 3-1, however an observation that I made is that Ronaldo did not celebrate any of those goals with his teammates.

He then tricked his way into the penalty area, and won a penalty which he converted to make it 4-1 to Los Blancos. The manner in which he celebrated was not only disrespectful, it also showed his arrogance and how his ego comes before the team. Honestly his goal was not a game defining one, it was just a cherry on top which deserved a mini celebration.

I love Cristiano however a true role model should show team spirit and put his ego behind the team in the pecking order.

Overall it was a nice treatment of football, until Brazil 2014 comes calling.

Posted from WordPress for BlackBerry.