Former Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan has apologised over the words he used in his now infamous tennis match with Godwin Martey.
Mr Martey, who is Chief Executive Officer of Web Soft Solutions, has accused the footballer and his brother Baffuor Gyan of assaulting him.
Gyan however in an interview shared on Twitter denied the attack and apologised to his fans.
I am sorry, my words (onyɛ gbemi) were too harsh on Web Soft Solutions CEO, Godwin Martey – Asamoah Gyan apologizes after allegedly assaulting his tennis opponent 😊
Tweeps, u gona forgive Baby Jet? pic.twitter.com/j0joNQmhXr
— Sergio Manucho (@sergiomanucho1) October 17, 2020
Former Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan and his brother Baffour Gyan are wanted by the Ghana police for assaulting Godwin Martey, the CEO of Web Soft Solutions.
The two were taking part in a tennis training match which involved the brother of Baffour, Asamoah Gyan the former captain of the Black Stars.
A police report sighted by Starr FM Sports coupled with an audio recording on the incident indicates that Godwin Martey was slapped and hit by Baffour Gyan who was the umpire in the tennis game between Martey and his brother Asamoah Gyan after complaining of unfair calls by the umpire (Baffour).
The complainant Godwin Martey said he wanted to quit the game after feeling unfairly treated by umpire Baffour Gyan in the match against Asamoah Gyan. He said was allegedly attacked by Baffour with his brother Asamoah Gyan also joining in to assault him.
A medical report from the 37 Military hospital has been sighted after the matter was reported to the police.
He has since been referred to a psychologist.
Mr. Martey has meanwhile vowed that he won’t relent until the law takes its course on the two former black stars players.
Asamoah Gyan and his brother Baffour Gyan have previous records of assault on Sports personalities and even journalists.