Ghanaian international Edwin Gyimah has suggested ‘running away’ from Black Leopards after he disappeared from the club’s camp.
As reported here on Futaa this week, Gyimah went AWOL following the Leopard’s final game of the season, where the club got relegated from the Absa Premiership, before preparing for Relegation/Promotional Play-Offs.
Speaking to leading local journalist Robert Mawara after his disappearance, the 29-year-old defender-cum-midfielder suggested he had little choice but to ‘flee’.
"Right now I'm in a country. It's not a decision that I made on that day that I’m leaving the team,” Gyimah said in the radio interview.
“You can see from a distance even if you don't know Leopards, you can see the type of management they have.
"South Africans made me who I am, I am not a bad person. Any player who leaves Leopards, leaves in pain.
"During their games, when I get injured they inject me so that I can play. I got injected during the
"The money they were offering was bad. The contract wasn't that good but i played. They want to tarnish my name like I am a bad person. I don't want to be part of that group.
"The way things are done there is not the way to run football. The structure and everything is not ok,” concluded the former SuperSport United, Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates utility player.
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