Lord Ofosuhene has apologized to his colleagues and the team’s coaches for the second half sending off in ‘Eleven Is To One’s’ 2-2 drawn game with Dreams FC in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.
The speed right winger was shown a straight red card in the 69th minute after he had a bust up with Dreams FC midfielder Emmanuel Hayford (he was also sent off).
He was flashed his marching orders at a time where the club was 2-1 down and was chasing for the equalizer.
He acknowledged his mistake and has come out to apologize for the incident that sent him off.
“I will like to use this platform to apologize to the team for getting sent off when I was needed most, I want to say I’m very sorry,” he told www.interalliesfc.com
“It’s a bad feeling to get sent off at a very crucial moment, lessons learned very well, I pray it never happens again.”
Lord Ofosuhene has featured two times and got the first assist for the club this season.