Agyemang Badu denies trolling coach Kwesi Appiah

The Black Stars midfielder has denied that his Instagram post was not made towards coach James Kwesi Appiah

The Udinese midfielder who is on loan to Bursaspor has been in the news for the wrong reason after he posted on his Instagram page that ‘You can’t retire the king’.

Several people have read meanings into his post, but he has cautioned journalist to desists from making inferences from post, since he was just cracking jokes with a friend.

“We have a very crucial double header qualifiers ahead of us to concentrate and pray hard Egypt can slip then we can put fire on them.” He appealed to journalists to desist from making inferences from post, insisting that he has much respect for his coach.

“These so-called journalists writing some stuff about me saying I’ve said something about the head coach of the national team or the Black Stars is not true.

“I know what the national team has done for me and I know what I have gained from it. I’m begging them, they should stop doing those things. It is not important.

I don’t want them to create any tension between me and the man because he has been good to me.  He has really helped me and been advising me a lot and I don’t hold anything against anyone.

” Agyeman-Badu was part of Kwesi Appiah’s team that placed 4th at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and his 2014 FIFA World Cup side in Brazil.

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