Guadalajara coach insists goalkeeper Brimah was not signed for 'just one match'
Guadalajara coach Carlos Terrazas says he did not sign Ghanaian goalkeeper Razak Brimah just to play one game.
Brimah was signed on a free transfer in the absence of the two first team goalkeepers and there were fears he has brought in as a temporary measure.
First choice shot-stopper Escalona was injured and his assistant Tono Ramirez suspended.
The former Nania FC gloves man has played in Guadalajara’s two matches in the Spanish-tier league even when Ramirez had finished serving his one-match ban.
“He has not been signed to play a game,” Terrazas said.