I won’t apologise to Gyan…Says Guinea goalkeeper
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Guinea Goalkeeper Naby Moussa Yattara has said in plain words that he won't apologize to Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan for harming him in their quarter-last conflict in Malabo last Sunday.
The goalkeeper upset Gyan's endeavors in the diminishing minutes of the diversion, bringing about his inevitable sacking, decreasing his side to 10 men.
To Yattara, apologizing to the Black Stars skipper recommends his activity was conscious, henceforth his choice not to apologize.
He made do with his crude Queens dialect not long after his lunch at the group's lodging – Sofitel Presidential, saying "I won't apologize. In the event that I apologize, it implies it was intentional. It was not my proposition to damage him; I turned out to kick the ball. In the event that I didn't kick, he would score."
Numerous, including the exploited person, Gyan, have required a stiffer discipline from the Confederation of African Continent (CAF) for the 31-year-old goalkeeper.
The AC Arles – Avignon (French Ligue 2) objective plug, before seeing red, had yielded an objective by striker Kwesi Appiah and a prop by Christian Atsu.
Gyan has since been traveled to Mongomo to learn the level of his damage through scan.