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F**king Go To Hell – Black Stars’ Razak Brimah Rants At Critics
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A few hours to the Black Stars’ departure from Oyem to Franceville where they will face Cameroon in the semifinals of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations this Thursday, first-choice goalkeeper Razak Brimah decided to do one thing – spew out some ‘f’ words to his critics.

The Cordoba shot-stopper via a Facebook live broadcast of about 3 minutes which has been deleted captured himself having a dig at national team fans who bash him for his performances at the ongoing Nations Cup in Gabon.

“….These f**king negative people, f**k you all!, Brimah is heard as saying after initially praising a section of the Ghana national team fans he called “positive people”.

“Babylon, because we also have family, every f**king word you say against us, we’ve also heard them okay.

The 28-year-old then offered some ‘advice’:

“If you don’t know football, shut the f**king up there and close your f**king mouth, sit over there and just watch the game [sic]

“People talk too much,” he said repeatedly.

“This is my fourth year in the national team, this is my f**king 4th loss. I’ve lost four times in an international game getting to five years so they talk too much… They should f**king go [to] hell.

“I’m not harsh… I’m just f**king tired of these negative people. Instead of support[ing], push and pray for the team, they just sit out there and talk s**t. They don’t know me, I don’t know them but they talk s**t,” the former Nania FC player said.

Brimah further said he was really fed up with the constant criticisms and does not know what more to do to impress Ghanaian fans.
Source: starrsportsgh.com

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