The mother of the estranged Ghanaian Black Star's goalkeeper, Razak Brimah has rendered an unqualified apology on behalf of her son.
Razak's mother is heard in a audio, pleading with Ghanaians to be merciful to the goalie.
Brimah, the 29-year-old goalkeeper, had earlier hurled insults at a sect of Ghanaians who he believed were unnecessarily critical of his acts.
He has been in the news since Monday for the wrong reason, after he insulted his Ghanaian critics in an audio tape via Facebook.
Ghanaians have been critical of the performance of Razak Brimah, since he failed to organise his defence well in the Black Stars 0-1 defeat against Egypt.
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Razak Brimah showed remorse for his uncalled for behaviour, but his mother has followed it up with another apology to give it give much volumes.
In the audio, she is heard saying, "I am the mother of Razak. I beg you for his comments. He is not like that, so I beg you to forgive him."
Razak Brimah has kept the post in all the four games played by the Black Stars in the AFCON 2017 and Avram Grant is likely to stick to him to ensure consistency despite calls from Ghanaians to ax him from the squad for using foul language.
He has also been slapped with a 2500 dollar fine by the Ghanaian FA.