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South African soccer World Cup: Ghana qualifies for 2010 World Cup
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Title South African soccer World Cup: Ghana qualifies for 2010 World Cup
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Description Most African soccer lovers call it juju, muti or traditional healing, although these practices are not unique to football. Many players believe in the power of spirits, others go along to build their confidence. These rituals are part of a tradition. Gbeko Agnhenuh Ajeoda's compound symbol which means ‘Accept God’.(Credit: Michael Tsegaye/Twenty Ten/Africa Media Online)
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