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Football is not a religious game; the game is won on the field - Prophet Kumchacha

Prophet Kumchach wants the Ghana Black Stars to be able to perform well before the match against Portugal today.

The Man of God says that while he prays for them to take home the trophy, the winner in football is not decided by prayers.

He called on the Black Stars of Ghana to focus, have reasonable tactics and work hard on the field to bring success to the home team.

Prophet Kumchacha also said that anyone in the name of a pastor who says he can turn the situation in Ghana's favor is a lair. "When a terrible oracle predicts the deaths of city dwellers, he is also moved. 

So as a desirable citizen, I, the Prophet Kumchacha, pray that they will win. But we no longer use prayer to play ball. Anyone who says that we use prayer to practice sports is an evildoer. It's your hard work and speed.

He also warned Black Stars that having too much sex can tire you out. He advises them to save energy and apply it to the pitch. Otherwise, the Ghanaians will be very disappointed if they accept defeat. 

"They shouldn't go there and have sex indiscriminately because the Black Stars players love to have sex," added the prophet Kumchacha. 

"There have been many cases where we travel to places and they focus their energies on sex, and the country suffers the consequences." So if they dare to try again, how will people beat them."

"I hope they win." However, football is not about prayer. “Any pastor who claims football is a matter of prayer is a liar,” said the Prophet Kumchacha.

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