The outstanding player for the past 3 years in the Black Stars call up has threw some jabs to news publisher of one particular site. The player sees himself fully fit and deserves better than this treatment whether good or bad. It is in the right proportion to continue his outside the country and probably Europe because he thinks he is still active and not exhausted as a player. A word to the wise is enough to the blogger and the midfielder to know that no body knows tomorrow. Ghana Black Stars midfielder, Mubarak Wakaso, has descended on a blogger over a publication about him. The blogger behind the blog, Ghanasoccernet, has published that Wakaso was joining Kumasi Asante Kotoko, as he appears to have been benched for a long time in his new Chinese club. The 30-year-old midfielder moved from Alaves to JS Suning in the Chinese Super League about a year ago. The 30-year-old, who is on a career-life-support with the Black Stars, following the folding up of Chinese side Jiangsu FC, has launched a sensational tirade at the country's leading football website, GHANAsoccernet.com over the reportage. Credible newspaper Finder Sports reported on Tuesday that the former Panathinaikos and Espanyol midfielder is closing in on a move to the local giants.
The reports appears to have ruffled feathers after the temperamental midfielder took caution to the wind to express his anger over being linked with a move to the two-time African champions. Given that the rumor swirl is normal and an accepted practice globally, the tirade from the controversial midfielder has sparked outrage among Asante Kotoko fans.
This is how come he has gone hard on a blogger who has supposedly spread false information about the next club destination of the footballer. Mubarak Wakaso is one of the experienced players called to the Black Stars camp ahead of two international qualifiers against South Africa and Sudan. Following that, the midfielder shared some photos of his training session with the Black Stars and the blogger picked a story from the post with the suggestion that Mubarak Wakaso is on the verge of moving to Kumasi Asante Kotoko. Wakaso, 30, has been on the look for a new club following the collapse of his Chinese club, Jiangsu Suning, which was liquidated at the end of the Chinese Super League season.
The demeanor of Wakaso show that he is a true and a die hard fan for Hearts of Oak but now he is focusing on the cash outside. The decision taken by the footballer to insult the blogger is not the best. Looking at the current crop of players the instances has always been the same with a lot of players linked to the local clubs and it do happen. Talking of Laryea Kingston, Sulley Muntari, Asamoah Gyan et al. They all made their intentions to to play one big team locally before they retire from football. As Wakaso has done this it means it is hurful and bloggers should take care of what they put out there to prevent any misconceptions. The former Villareal, Celtic and Alaves workaholic midfielder has been training with the Black Stars team ahead of the 2021 AFCON qualifying games against South Africa and Sao Tome and Principe. Having begun his career with Ashantigold, the Tamale-born midfielder has been linked with a return to the Ghana Premier League, with Kotoko rumoured to be his likely destination.
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