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George Ssimwogerere reveals how witchcraft couldn’t save Express against Villa

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Denis Musanje

Former Express FC and Uganda Cranes defender George Ssimwogerere believes witchcraft in football is about psychology.

While appearing on YouTube channel Vybe Life Ug, Ssimwogerere narrated that during his time at Express FC he traveled to Zanzibar with the late Mama Baker to bewitch SC Villa.

Ssimwogerere revealed that despite spending money on witchcraft, things did not go well as they lost 4-0 to their arch rivals SC Villa.

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“When I was still playing for Express FC, we traveled to Zanzibar with the late Mama by plane in order to witch SC Villa. We reached there and they gave us the charm, then returned home and I gave it to the late Kasasa and we began to prepare for the game.”

Said Ssimwogerere before adding,

“On match day, I was sure that we were to win the game but after 15 minutes, SC Villa had already scored two goals. They went on to win the game 4-0, it hurt me so much.”

“Personally, I believe witch craft in football is about psychology so I think it does exist and it doesn’t exist.” He added.

According to the former Cranes skipper, witchcraft is more rampant in Tanzania where some teams sacrifice cats on match days.

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