By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Aduana Stars striker James Abban has accepted the indefinite suspension slapped on him by the club for misinforming the public over a fracas with coach Milisav Bogdanovic.
The former Hearts of Oak player accused the expatriate coach of pulling a gun on him in a heated brawl last week.
The club have since established that the striker lied over the gun pulling issue and have consequently suspended him from all club activities.
Abban is also expected to write an apology letter to the club while denouncing earlier ‘misinformed’ statements made in the media over the misunderstanding with the coach.
The player has accepted the punishment slapped on him and says he is sorry.
“I take the suspension in good faith and now I have to apologize to the club, to the team, my fans and the coach,” he told Metro FM.
“The things I said were in the heat of the moment and for that I must be punished.”
Abban joined Aduana Stars at the start of the season after spending just one season at Hearts of Oak.