The forward says “to be sincere there was no gun” contrary to widespread media reports last week that the coach threatened to kill him
Aduana Stars have suspended striker James Abban indefinitely over false claims that his coach Bogdanovic Milisav threatened him with a gun.
The ex-Hearts of Oak player has told Accra-based Joy FM that he has accepted the club’s decision in good faith.
Abban confirmed the altercation between him and the Montenegrin but reveals that “to be sincere there was no gun” contrary to widespread media reports last week that the coach threatened to kill him.
He said: “I can’t say the decision by the club to suspend me is fair or not but I’m under the club and management so I take it in good faith. People put it on air that I said the coach pulled a gun but to be sincere there was no gun, but they [Aduana] felt so bad why I came out to say there was a gun.”
“It was just a misunderstanding between me and the coach and definitely as a player you can never be right in the eyes of management if you have a problem with your coach so I take it in good faith and will serve the ban till they call me back,” Abban added.