Edwin Gyimah went AWOL when his team was playing the relegation and promotion play-offs.
In an interview he granted with a local journalist Mawara, he said
“You can see from a distance even if you don’t know Leopards, you can see the kind of management they have.
“During their games, when I get injured they inject me so that I can play.”
His agent came back with an apology to the Black Leopards management following the comments of his client.
Gyimah’s apology has been received at the offices of Black Leopards but the brands manager has a different view to the letter.
“Gyimah's case has some complications since he did not only violate the club’s code of conduct but he had also brought the league into disrepute.” Brands Manager
The club is deciding on the fate of the player in the team and reports show that he is likely to face the sack.
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