By Ameenu Shardow
Nyaho Tamakloe has hailed the Ghana FA’s decision to issue an apology ultimatum to midfielder Andre Ayew.
The 22-year-old was said to have disrespected the Black Stars’ technical team and players after being substituted in the 1-0 win over Malawi on October 13.
The Olympique Marseille player was seen making unruly gestures and uttering words which has eventually emerged as untasteful in protest of his substitution.
The Ghana FA has since issued a one-week ultimatum to Ayew – during which period he is expected to apologize for his misconduct to the coach Akwasi Appiah, the eintire technical team and the rest of his Black Stars teammates.
And Tamakloe who is noted to be a disciplinarian says the decision by the Ghana FA is appropriate considering the circumstances.
“The decision taken by Nyantakyi (Ghana FA boss) I think is the right decision, I don’t find anything wrong with that at all,” he said.
“That boy is not a trouble maker so if for once he has misbehaved that does not mean a stiffer punishment should be given to him.
“So the decision for him to come and apologize I think is enough and the right decision.
“This is a clear case of insolence that I never took lightly at all.
“This is the responsibility of the Ghana FA and the coach and I think the decision taken is the right one.”