Emmanuel Clottey apologizes to Kotoko for his wild and provocative celebration

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Berekum Chelsea striker Emmanuel Clottey has apologized to his former outfit Asante Kotoko for his wild and provocative celebration on Sunday evening.

The 33-year-old striker came from the bench to salvage a point for Berekum Chelsea in the dying embers of the game played on Sunday evening at the Berekum Golden City Park. He cancel an 18th minute strike by Kwame Opoku with a powerful a free kick from the edge of the box.

Emmanuel Clottey after scoring took off his jersey and hauled it at the Kotoko bench, an act which has been described as impudence and unsportsmanlike conduct.

Speaking after the game, Clottey apologized to Kotoko for the gesture, stating that his feelings got the better part of him.

“I was really happy for scoring against Kotoko. I was overjoyed and unfortunately I pulled my shirt. I didn’t intend to disrespect Kotoko by throwing my shirt at the Kotoko technical area. I really apologize if Kotoko team and fans are offended. Really sorry,” he told Ark FM.

According to reports, Emmanuel Clottey’s celebration antics could land him in trouble with the Ghana FA.

The striker who has once won the Premier league Golden boot award also revealed his intention to win the prestigious award for the second time.

Watch Clottey’s goal below:

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  1. Fa wonkwaseasem k) . Fool u deliberately did that and now pretending. We Kotoko fans and the playing body don’t care about your stupid celebration because we are Kotoko the biggest in Africa. We are the two times Africa champions and club of the century. We have also heard that some of you berekum Chelsea supporters beat our physical trainer during Kwame Opoku’s goal when he was celebrating it and trust me we will pay back in Kumasi very soon we will return to Baba Yara soon.
    We hold Ghana football and that’s what some of u don’t know.
    The Best.

    Kum Apem 💪💪💪💪💪💪💪

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