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Black Stars Have To Come See Me For Spiritual Cleasning Or Forget Winning 2019 Cup Of Nations — Prophet Badu Kobi

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Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, founder and leader of the Glorious Wave Church, has warned the handlers of the senior national team that they have to see him or any other man of God for spiritual cleansing before the Black Stars would be able to win any trophy in the upcoming years.

According to the prophet, there is a spiritual problem behind the team’s inability to win any trophy for the past three decades and beyond.

The Black Stars last major trophy was the 1982 Cup of Nations in Libya. Since then, the team has lost three finals in 1992, 2010 and 2015 without picking up the trophy.

Ghana also qualified for three straight world cups between 2006 and 2014 without getting to the ultimate.

Speaking on Kasapa Fm, Kobi said without the team receiving the necessary spiritual cleansing they would fail to capture the trophy going forward.

“There is a spiritual problem which has root and they need to seek for a spiritual help or else they can do anything but yet can’t win any major trophy especially the cup of nations” he said.

“Let me tell you that this spiritual problem has been there for decades now and there is the need to have solution. God reveals to redeem and I am expecting authorities of the team to seek an intervention from any man of God for redemption or else they should forget”

The next African Cup of Nations comes off in 2019.

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‘Ghana will head to World Cup again in future’ – Asamoah Gyan

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Fans mob Asamoah Gyan in Shanghai (Photos)

Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan, says even though he is disappointed Ghana did not make it to the 2018 World Cup, he is confident the nation will make a return to the tournament in future editions.

Ghana finished 3rd in their qualifying group behind Uganda and Egypt for this year’s World Cup and missed out for the first time after making three straight appearances between 2006 and 2014.

Gyan, in an interview with the BBC, states that the new crop of Black Stars players are capable of taking the nation back to the tournament very soon.

“We went to the World Cup between 2006 and 2014 and so, it seems we are used to going to the tournament. But we did not make it there this time and everyone is gutted at that.

But we are looking to the future because we have quality, young players coming through who also want to participate in the World Cup.

We did not participate but life goes on. We have to stay focused and wish the African teams in Russia well and then see what happens in the future.”

Gyan did not feature in Ghana’s recent friendlies against Japan and Iceland but the expectation is that he will make a return to the team when the 2019 AFCON qualifiers resumes later this year.

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