Ghanaian international Goalkeeper, Razak Braimah has debunk rumours he was sacked by Spanish Segunda division club Cordoba, claiming that he left the club willingly.
According to former Nania FC man, he decided not to renew his contract with the club after it expired at the end of last season.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with SportsworldGhana.com, Braimah disclosed that he decided to leave Cordoba because he was not happy with certain happenings in the club.
“Cordoba didn’t sack me”, he said, adding that, “I signed a two year deal with them and when my contract expired I decided to leave the club because I wasn’t okay with certain things that were happening there.”
Braimah is currently on holidays in Ghana but will return to Europe in the coming weeks.