Former Black Stars psychologist Patrick Ofori has suggested that Ghana’s goalkeeper Razak Brimah’s usage of abusive words on his critics was done out of frustration.
The Cordoba shot-stopper on Monday took to Facebook to throw some invective at critics who bashed him for his performances at the ongoing Nations Cup in Gabon.
Brimah in the video was heard constantly using the “f-Word” to get back at his critics. But Patrick Ofori insists the goalkeeper should have consulted his colleagues before acting.
“I can confidently say he did that out of frustration and that he misplaced it, ” he told Starr Sports.
“I think he did not make use of the support system or structure within the team management and even the senior colleagues that he could have easily tapped into their expertise especially the likes of Asamoah Gyan, John Boye and others.”
“They have all suffered such attacks before but they never responded”he added.
For his troubles, the Ghana FA has fined Brimah $2,500 after he rendered an apology. The money will be donated to charity.