“Kwabena Owusu is a disciplined player”- Manager hits back at critics  

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Fiifi Parker, Manager of Black stars and Black Meteors striker Kwabena Owusu has hit back at critics questioning the attitude of his player.

Kwabena Owusu was widely criticized for what has been described as an unacceptable attitude in the Black Meteors camp in Egypt last week.

Kwabena Owusu was accused of snubbing his teammates and coaches.

He was also accused of not given out his jersey for laundry, arguing that jerseys are not collected after games.

But Fiifi Parker who discovered the Cordoba striker at age 11 debunked all the allegations leveled against the player.

Speaking to Katey Caesar on Kick off on Atinka TV, Fiifi Said “I’m surprised that some journalists can sit here in Ghana and propagate false news like this, what they want to achieve? When I heard the news I called Kwabena and asked him about it, he was shocked to hear what he heard from Journalists who should know better, Kwabena told me, it was even Ibrahim Tanko who played the voice to him and said have you seen what is going on in Ghana? Make sure you silence them with your performance, and Kwabena been a good player should his quality with two important goals, i was very happy he helped the team to qualify”.

”Kwabena is a good boy, very discipline and a jovial person he can’t do what they were saying, I have a lot of players outside the country and in Ghana here, I trained all of them to be discipline”, he said.

Fiifi Parker, who discovered and trained Kingsley Fobi, said he called Fobi to be sure of Kwabena’s behavior and he was satisfy with what he heard.

Ghana | Atinka Sports