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Several Ghanaian football fans are calling for the sack of Black Stars goalkeeper Razak Brimah over his recent rude comments.

The Cordoba CF goalkeeper has been criticized by section of football fans since joining the Black Stars team.

Brimah, after impressing in Ghana’s victory over DR Congo at the quarterfinals of the Cup of Nations, released a video hitting back at his critics in an unfortunate way by using some abusive and unpleasant words.

Using several unprintable words, the goalie berated his critics and tagged them as “fools” asking them "to go to hell".

Brimah, 29, in the video on Facebook which he has since deleted, took offence at criticisms and leveled against him for his performances at AFCON 2017 by Ghanaians and journalists.

He has however since recanted and also issued a statement on Facebook apologising for his expletive-laden tirade he directed at Ghanaians.

Despite the 28-year-old rendering an apology, supporters and football fans are calling for the Ghana Football Association to suspend the former FC Nania goalkeeper over his recent comments.

The Ghana football Association meanwhile is expected to release a statement on the issue.

Having made his way into the Black Stars team three years ago, the former Guadalajara gloves-man has shot to fame and has eventually grabbed the number one spot in the team.

He featured for the Black Stars at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations when the team got to the finals only to lose to Ivory Coast on penalties.

The goalkeeper is currently with the Black Stars team preparing for the crucial game against Cameroon on Thursday.
Source: Ghanasportsonline.com

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