I have unfinished business with Black Stars – Razak Braimah

By:Akosua Adjei

Ghanaian goalkeeper Razak Braimah has reiterated his preparedness and readiness to help the senior national men’s team win a trophy.

The shot stopper has been ousted from the team after he insulted Ghanaians on his Facebook live video in 2017.

Speaking on ‘The File’ on GTV Sports+ with Kwame Dwomoh, the goalkeeper claimed he has unfinished business with the Black Stars and hopes to win a trophy with the team in the near future.

He however used the opportunity to render an apology to Ghanaians after a section of fans critiqued his performance in the 2017 AFCON. An attitude which resulted in the shot stopper who was at the time, live on Facebook to use words which did not go down well with lots of the netizens.

“They don’t know me I don’t know them but they talk “sh*t”, I am down but is annoying sometimes. “Normally I don’t care about them I don’t watch anybody. Let’s come again. “Since when did any Black Stars goalkeeper play nine games and only conceded three or four. So what do they want again, I don’t know…” a visibly provoked Braimah said.

For his part, “I want to apologise to all Ghanaians for my past media outburst. I am surprised that I haven’t been getting the Black Stars call up because I believe I am doing well and people can testify to it. I have unfinished business with the Black Stars because it is my dream to help the team win a trophy”.


Razak Braimah plays for Diportivo Linares, a lower division side in Spain.



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