- A Ghanaian juju priest has says Jose Mourinho must apologise to Eva Carneiro
- Nana Kwaku Bonsam says the former Chelsea doctor has a spirit haunting Mourinho
- Mourinho and Carneiro fell out at Chelsea after she went to treat an injured Eden Hazard
A Ghanaian juju priest Nana Kwaku Bonsam has sent a second warning to Manchester United and Jose Mourinho.
According to the traditional priest, United’s woes will continue as far as Jose Mourinho remains in charge and he fails to apologise to Eva Carniero, a former doctor at Chelsea.
Speaking to Kasapa FM, Nana Kwaku Bonsam said will continue to suffer if the Portuguese fails to apologize to former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro as she possesses a devilish spirit.
He said: “Jose Mourinho is very recalcitrant person I have made this statement and will still repeat again if he doesn’t apologize to Eva Carneiro (the former Team Doctor for Chelsea) he will never succeed in any club he will join.
"She (Eva Carneiro) possess a devilish Spirit which is causing all these miseries at United and this has even affected the performance of key players like World record signing Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and among others.”
"Due to the affection I (Nana Kwaku Bonsam) have for Manchester United I would like to call on the fans and authorities of the club to mount pressure on Mourinho to render an unqualified apology to Carneiro immediately if he Mourinho wants to bring United back to their winning ways and protect his job.
"Trust me that will be the only solution or else even if they buy Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo the club will still perform poorly and this will be the worst performance in the history of the club."
Mourinho and Carneiro had a public fall out after she went to give an injured Eden Hazard treatment on the pitch during a 2 – 2 draw with Swansea City at the beginning of last season.
The doctor’s action alongside Joe Fearn led to Mourinho calling her ‘naive and impulsive’.
The first warning by the traditional doctor had the same message and it same after United lost three straight matches ahead of a League Cup clash with Northampton.