- Avram Grant in a post match interview said Ghanaians should stop the bull***t
- He has clarified his comment and insisted he didn't mean it in a negative way
- Grant has been in the news lately for all the wrong reason; from leaving his post without permission
Black Stars coach Avram Grant has clarified that he never apologized to Ghanaians for his bull***t comment because he didn’t insult anybody.
According to him, he only retracted the word bull***t after his attention was drawn that Ghanaians had taken offence to the word.
"I didn't apologise...because if you follow my career I have never insulted anybody."
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Starr FM in Accra, Grant said his comments were taken out of context.
According to him, bull***t is a word he uses often in his punditry work and at home with his kids and did not mean to use it in a derogatory manner.
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"There was no negative meaning behind it because I use it in punditry work and at home with my kids," Grant said.
He added that Ghanaians are "kind" and "very welcoming" and [he] will never disrespect them in anyway.
Grant after the win against Mozambique in the 2017 Nations Cup qualifier said at the post-match press conference that “If this nation will concentrate on the football and not the bull***t, and just the football because there is a lot of passion, we can reach higher, high level. It is a long term target, but it’s achievable.”