Ebusua Dwarfs newly signed striker Jindo Morishita has revealed that he is well abreast with the football culture on the Africa continent especially when it comes to black magic or juju.
The 25-year-old Japanese has sealed a deal that keeps him with the Cape Coast-based outfit until the end of the current season.
He is the latest Japanese to join a GPL side in any prominent capacity, following in the footsteps of former Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi who worked with the two clubs between 2015 and 2018.
The former FC Muza attacker insists he is not new to black magic or juju in African football.
“This is not my first time in Africa and I know how football is and I have experienced what you guys call juju or black magic is”.
“I’m not trying to be disrespectful but it’s just the culture here is a bit different between Japan or Europe or any other country outside and I respect that you know” Morishita told Starr Sports
“I’m not trying to say I respect juju but the football culture itself is interesting and I am pretty much excited to interact with players “he added