Mother of AS Roma Ghanaian sensation, Felix Ohene Gyan, Juliet Adubea has cleared the air about her comments regarding pressure on her son’s career.
Ms Adubea told the story of how she went under intense pressure from the football fraternity in the West African nation with all top guns seeking the signature of her son.
She mentioned a host of clubs who came in bids to lure her son to their clubs.
The mother has now explained that her comments were not targeted at the Ghana FA and has been taken out of context.
“My comments have been taken out of context. I didn’t mean officials at the Ghana FA pressured me over his signature neither did Kotoko,” she told Richard Ntow Gyan of Nimdee FM.
“I want my son to have a sound career that is devoid of controversy so I am seeking to clear the air on that,” she added.
The Sunyani-born striker has already hit the ground running in Rome after scoring and assisting on his debut in the Juvenile leagues in the Mediterranean country.
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