The 34-year-old made his Black Stars debut in 2008 and went on to play for Ghana at numerous Africa Cup of Nations and the World Cup.

Dauda took over as Ghana’s first-choice goalkeeper during the 2014 World Cup, usurping Adam Larsen Kwarasey in the process.

There were reports that Dauda used black magic to claim the no.1 spot, however, the goalkeeper has denied the claims.

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Fatau Dauda was Ghana's first-choice goalkeeper during the 2014 World Cup
Fatau Dauda was Ghana's first-choice goalkeeper during the 2014 World Cup

He said, if he had any super powers, he would have used it to play for Real Madrid or Barcelona, rather than use it to win a spot in the national team.

“Ghanaians have been saying it and I’ve been hearing it. That’s how our job is, you hear a lot of things about you,” Dauda said on the Tracker on Citi TV .

"If I had juju, I would go and play outside with Real Madrid or Barcelona and make big money. I train and I pray for God to protect me from injuries so I don’t know where these rumours are coming from.”

Dauda currently plays for Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities FC.