In this edition of My Muti Story, former Kaizer Chiefs star Isaac "Yster" Mabotsa reveals his experiences with muti during his playing days.
Mabotsa played as both a right-back and defensive midfielder for the likes of Mpumalanga Black Aces, SuperSport United and Black Aces.
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"To be honest these stories were happening, we experienced a lot in football," Mabotsa tells KickOff.
"They would wake you up in the wee hours and tell you to get on the team bus.
"You are not even informed where you are going. Imagine a big bus branded with club colours driving into a veld in Orlando.
"Behind Orlando Stadium there's a bridge with a few streams close and at one stage we went there.
"People in Orlando were sleeping not realising the PSL team were performing muti rituals right under their noses.
"We got off the bus and a muti man was waiting for all of us.
"You had to strip naked and take a bath then quickly run off to the bus again.
"To be honest this muti, despite all of that we did lose some of our games using muti. These guys used to even change their socks.
"We hardly also saw a muti man in two consecutive matches as they were always changed."