CAF Confederation Cup: Zamalek should not be afraid of any juju in Kumasi – Dreams FC

Published on: 25 April 2024

The Vice President of Dreams FC, Prince Abdul Hamid, has assured Egyptian giants Zamalek not to fear any about any issues of juju usage in Sunday’s CAF Confederation Cup semifinal second leg.

He is saying this on the back of a report by an Arab website website on Thursday that a journalist working with a media outlet in Ghana claimed the Still Believe lads are using black magic during games.

This has necessitated a reply from Prince Hamid who has now assured Zamalek that there is nothing of that sort to fear on Sunday in Kumasi.

Hamid told, “Zamalek should not be afraid, if they believe in God Almighty, they should stop this talk."

He continued, "We started this journey in the Confederation Cup, and we all have confidence in God, and we will try to finish it with all our strength."

Regarding the club's statement about rallying fans for free attendance against Zamalek: "This is happening for the first time, and it confirms the importance of the match; we are an ambitious club with goals we want to achieve."