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From (L-R) Robert Hammond, Yaw Sam, Dan Oppong, Abdul Karim Razak and Thunder Anas celebrate a goal during the final match of the African Cup of Nations Tournament played in Accra in 1978 on display at the house of Mohammed Polo,54 a member of the team which played in that match. Ghana beat Uganda 2-0 to lift the trophy. Affectionately called the dribbling magician and soccer professor he was injured early during that match. “I played football with a torn ligament, in this right ankle for 19 years. With all the good doctors in Ghana I could not be cured and finally called it quits in 1993,” he said. Modern soccer, it is said, has become a lucrative business but the legends of Ghana football in decades past were motivated by a sense of nationalism and patriotism. They dedicated their service to the country.. It was a great privilege to don the national jersey and it was the wish of every young player to be invited to join the national team, the Black Stars.