Former Techiman City striker Abass Sadick has apologised to the management of Dreams FC for a comment he made about the club two weeks ago.
The Enugu Rangers player was reported to have said he refused to reduce his age during a trial with Dreams FC hence the club’s refusal to sign him.
However, in an interview with Metro FM, Abass has apologised to the fans, management and the players of the club to forgive him because he was misquoted by the writer.
“The writer who did that story misquoted me. I didn’t mean that. I was just making it clear that because of my age it was hard for me to join their youth system.
“I, Abass, will use this opportunity to beg all stakeholders at Dreams FC that I withdraw those words I used on Friday,” he added