Some months back, former Super Eagles defender, Taribo West, spilled the beans on how some footballers make use of charms to boost their career on the pitch but many would have grumbled and wondered how true the statement was.
To back up what the former player had said, Super Eagles and Olympiacos striker, Brown Ideye, has admitted that Nigerian players seek the assistance of herbalists in order to make it as footballers.
According to mirror.co.uk, the player confirm to know some players who get themselves involved with spiritualist but forget that it is difficult to get out of it.
Ideye pointed that taking such decisions is a trap and “they might get short-term benefits, but in the long run they pay for it. Juju men have a lot of influence.”
The striker called on players to desist from such act as theses spiritualist are just out to make themselves rich. Adding that if anyone chooses to follow that direction “it’s their choice, I can’t stop them.”