Spain-based goalkeeper Razak Brimah has not paid the fine of $2,500 fine handed him for breaking Black Stars Code of Conduct, five months after the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon, it has been claimed in the local media.
The 29-year-old, who featured just three times for Cordoba this season, has been yanked off the country’s squad ahead of the triple-header next month.
Coach Kwesi Appiah has left out the error-prone shot-stopper in his squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia on June 11 as well as the international friendly games against Mexico and July on June 28 and July 1.
Media reports have claimed the glovesman is yet to pay the fine for unwarranted verbal attacks on Ghanaians who do not support,
labeling them as ‘fools and Sh**t,’ in a scandalous and bizarre tantrum which has sparked widespread controversy in the West African nation.
And Brimah was particularly scathing about the right of critics to question his competence after he excelled during the Black Stars 2-1 win over DR Congo in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
And after helping the Black Stars to advance to the semi-finals of the tournament, he has been quick to respond to his critics, by throwing abusive words on local fans who have questioned his professional competence.
“They (Ghanaians) talk too much, they should “f**k” go to hell. I am not hash but am “f**k” tired of this negative people, instead of supporting the team (Black Stars) to move forward and pray for the team, they sit out there and talk “shit,”he posted a video on his facebook page
“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. F**k “shit”.”
The Ghana Football Association (GFA), fined Brimah after insulting Ghanaians who have criticized his performance via a video he posted on Facebook which was considered disrespectful.