Hearts of Oak influential midfielder Uriah Asante has issued a groveling apology to the club over his facebook mantra to Asante Kotoko boss Maxwell Konadu.
The 21-year-old has come under intense criticism from the clubs supporters after he replied to a comment on social networking site facebook to a post from the Asante Kotoko boss suggesting he wished him well in the ongoing League.
The comment has raised doubt over his loyalty to the former African Champions but the Ghana Olympic team enforcer insists hes committed to the capital-based club.
I want to apologize to the club supporters if they feel offended over the comment because it was harmless, Asante said
I worked under him and so I see him as m national team coach and so I didnt even give it a thought it was going to generate such problems.
Nevertheless, I will tell the Hearts fans that my loyalty to the club is unwavering and will continue to do my best to help the club this season.
I am really sorry and they must forgive me if I offended them,
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