Edward Sarpong, the lad who missed Ghana U23 penalty vs South Africa has come out to apologised to Ghanaians after he allegedly stated that his life is in danger and that of his family.
Ghana loves sport especially football, one can even die out of watching a disappointed match from the national teams. In 2010 someone died because Asamoah Gyan missed a penalty shoot out at a crucial moment.
Ghanaians and football, the emotional kind thingy you can’t play around it, Ghana must forgive him, accept his apology in faith.
This was his words chanced by GhTrendingLinks on Saddick Adams twitter handle
“I plead with all Ghanaians to forgive me for missing the penalty”
“My family and I have not been able to walk in town for fear of being harmed, we have received lots of verbal abuse and threats.
“I’ve been insulted in my area and it has even affected my family.
“When my sisters go out they are verbally attacked because everyone in our area knows they are my sisters.
“My mum can’t go out because anytime she comes out she’s insulted and she was even scared”.