Goalkeeper for Hearts of Oak, Soulama Abdoulaye has apologized to fans of the club for the howler he committed which led to their lose against Asante Kotoko.
Soulama miscued a back pass from Richard Akrofi which slipped into the net and the Burkinabe international reckons that to be his worst day as a goalkeeper.
Speaking on Happy FM’s Anopa Bosuo Sports, Soulama Abdoulaye intimated that it was difficult for him to comprehend exactly how it happened but held that it is part of the game
“I’m shattered by how I conceded the goal. In fact it’s the saddest day in my life, especially conceding such a goal against our arch-rivals Kotoko I don’t even have tears to cry but life goes. I take responsibility for the goal and I am really disappointed in myself.” Soulama told Happy FM.
The former Kotoko shot-stopper disclosed that he was unable to sleep throughout the night after that horrendous error and further debunked assertions that he was being accused of bribery.
“I couldn’t sleep. I stayed up all night thinking about it. I’m trying to forget it. Currently my morale is down but I’ll go for training today. No Hearts official has accused me of bribery. They know how hard I fight for the club.” Soulama said.
Kotoko continued their impressive form against Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium in the last six years.
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