A popular news outlet in the UK known as The Sun has faced the wrath of Nana Aba Anamoah after they disclosed that Thomas Teye Partey who just signed for Arsenal FC happens to be someone who comes from a poverty-stricken existence in Ghana.
The statement which did not go down well with the acting general manager of GHOne TV, Nana Aba Anamoah and Ghana’s only baby jet, Asamoah Gyan, took to their various social media handles to react to the statement coming from the news paper. Asamoah Gyan’s reaction was in regard of Edinson Cavani who just joined Manchester United pertaining the same news paper outlet. It was obvious they were trying to shade the skipper in a nice way just because he missed the target.
Asamoah Gyan took to twitter and tweeted back at the video with caption;
”This is all you know. Go check his statistics. He hasn’t even played his first game and look at the nonsense you doing. SMH”
Ladies and gentleman, meet Man Utd's new number 7! 😉pic.twitter.com/MJe0woFix6
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) October 6, 2020
Nana Aba Anamoah also reacted to the comments regarding Thomas Partey saying; ”The pain is very deep in that headline. You just hate to see foreigners come in at a high cost”
Well, reports currently gathered by our outfit indicates that former news editor of Joy News, Dzifa Gbeho-Bampoh wrote to the sun and correct the article they had on Thomas Partey and if possible apologize to that effect and guess what, it yielded a positive news. This is what the news paper had to say in response to Dzifa’s request;
” Dear Dzifa
Thank you very much for your email. Firstly, let me apologise if your article on Thomas Partey caused offence and or upset. I am deeply disappointed that clumsy language has overshadowed what was meant to be a positive story about Partey’s incredible rise. I have personally amended the article following your complaint and we will endeavour not to repeat the mistakes in future. Furthermore, I have spoken to my team to highlight the points you made. I hope you accept my sincere apology.”
Digital Sports Director
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