Cameroon coach Hugo Broos has made a startling revelation by denying media report that he was interviewed by the Ghana Football Association [GFA] for the vacant Black Stars position.
His revelation has become necessary after his employees went mad at him for applying for the Black Stars job.
The 2017 AFCON winner who was shortlisted among the final three coaches for the Black Stars coaching job, told officials of the Cameroonian government who were mad at him on Tuesday that he never applied for the job and was not contacted by the Ghana FA.
The Belgium tactician hurriedly arranged meeting on Tuesday with the Cameroonians Government officials to refute statements by GFA officials on Friday that Broos was among three coaches interviewed for the Black Stars vacant position.
“I would like to apologize for exaggeration. I have certainly humiliated the Cameroonian people,” Broos said at press conference on Tuesday after meeting officials over the Ghana approach.
“There is no reason for me to leave Cameroon.
“Forget about my departure or resignation, and don’t listen to rumours that I am in negotiations with other federations.
“The FA president and I had already discussed of a prolongation,” Broos vehemently denied the obvious.
Ghana could also be facing the wrath of FIFA if it is proven that they have approached the Cameroon coach whose contract is protected under FIFA laws.