Aduana Stars winger Emmanuel Gyamfi says he will be disappointed if the Ghana Football Association (GFA) decides to punish him and leave out Kotoko’s goalkeeper, Frederick Asare.
Gyamfi nearly stamped on the leg of the former Accra Lions shot stopper during their 10 clash last Sunday.
The former Kotoko forward turned his frustrations on Kotoko's goalkeeper after the referee whistled for a foul against him.
The winger who was under close marking by Justice Blay turned his frustrations on Fredrick Asare after the whistle went for a foul and nearly stamped him twice.
As a result, a chunk football fans have called for Gyamfi to be penalized for his unsporting behavior.
Despite his outburst, the enterprising winger put up a splendid performance to help his side secure a 0-0 draw on home turf.
Speaking to Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM, Gyamfi rendered an unqualified apology to football fanatics for his actions against the Kotoko shot stopper.
He added he will be disappointed if the Ghana Football Association (GFA) decides to punish him and leave out Kotoko’s shot stopper.
“I am rendering an unqualified apology to all football loving fans for the incident against Frederick Asare but everyone should go and watch the full clip to make judgment. They should not rely on the few seconds video to make wrong judgement.
Justice Blay had even asked me to calm down and said he saw the goalkeeper kicking my ankle but I asked him to go and talk to his goalkeeper before saying anything to me.
I will be disappointed if the GFA punishes me without any punishment to the goalkeeper”