Outgoing captain for Accra Hearts of Oak, Fatawu Mohammed has offered an apology to the Rainbows following his bombshell interview with Sports Obama.
His apology comes after it was claimed that the 30-year-old angrily reacted to his exit, stating he was receiving a hand-to-mouth salary from the club.
Fatawu claimed he earned nothing despite his ten years of service to the club and couldn’t even buy a bicycle with his salary.
The 30-year-old right-back also said the oldest football club in Ghana doesn’t understand business which is why they don’t sell players to top clubs abroad but his statement is quite unfortunate and has divided opinion among the supporters.
Fatawu has, however, apologized for his ‘outburst’ while speaking in an interview with Asempa FM.
“I apologize for all my negative comments against Hearts of Oak because I really love the club,” he said.
Fatawu, 30, seemed bitter about his release from the club after winning five trophies in two seasons.
He has been informed to find a new club and his ten-year spell with the Rainbows may come to an end in January.
The experienced right-back joined the club from RTU ten seasons ago. He has been playing for Hearts of Oak since 2013. He is the longest-serving player in the club’s history (9 years).
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