Ghana Blackstars Michael Essien explains their world cup’s poor showing

Ghana Blackstars in Training

Ghana International Michael Essien has issued a statement surrounding his alleged misconduct during the World Cup.

This comes after coach Kwesi Appiah stated in a press conference that the legendary player refused to warm up ahead of their Portugal game, something the former Chelsea players has approached in a diplomatic manner.

This was explained as below by Michael Essien as the debate rages on in Ghana among football stakeholders.

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