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Ghanaians caused Black Stars' worst performance at the 2014 World Cup — Fatau Dauda Featured

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The Legon Cities shot-stopper has revealed Ghanaians were the caused of the Black Stars' abymsal performance at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Former Black Stars goalkeeper Fatau Dauda says he will blame the people of the West African country for the team's worst performance at the tournament.
Ghana ended their 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign with 21 players after two key players — Kevin Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari — were sacked from the team's camp after gross misconduct.
"If you ask me that question, the best answer is that everyone [Ghanaians]. Like I said we all caused it because nothing happened among us [Players]," Dauda said on Atinka TV
"I didn't see any fight among players, maybe it happened and I didn't see. We never said they should pay us before honouring the final group match [against Portugal]"
"It was a great experience at the FIFA World Cup but we never expect such performance"
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