Zimbabwe Warriors goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze is contemplating legal action to clear his name from the AFCON 2019 bribery scandal.
As reported on Futaa last week, Chipezeze is accused of throwing the game when he made three blunders as Zimbabwe lost 4-0 to DR Congo last week.
"Yes I saw the report,” Chipezeze told Kick Off.
"No... you know sometimes the media is always talking because that story came out in, is it Mozambique if I'm not mistaken [sighing]?”
"I don't do such things, because I know those things will ruin someone's career you know. I don't even tolerate such stuff. So I don't know who published that story, what their agenda was you know," said the Baroka goalie.
The 29-year-old from Bulawayo added that the allegations are career-threatening and have brought him considerable pain.
“So it's painful you know to be accused of such things because it could ruin someone's career. So it's painful, it's painful."
"But you know things like these, you know when you lie to the world, trying to tarnish my image, I'm not even happy, even now I'm talking to my lawyer, I think he is going to fix it so that I clear my name because it's not healthy,” he added.