A sign of warning to up coming and professional players in Ghana, for we seeing this caution for another time.
( Ghana’s Kwadwo Asamoah, right, and Mubarak Wakaso celebrate after Wakaso scored against Mali in their African Cup of Nations Group B soccer match, at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
FIFA rules don’t allow players to showcase political or religious slogans under their jersey on the field.
Samuel Asamoah did not finish the match over the weekend due to being given marching orders for two bookable offenses.
He was handed a caution by referee Christof Dierick in the 52nd minute before the sent off, due to the rigorous of the law after partially removing his jersey top in the wake of scoring his hattrick of the night.
Sin Truiden midfielder Samuel Asamoah is latest to have suffered a similar fate after he was sent off for partially showing ‘Jesus loves you’ inscription on his shirt after successfully scoring his first hattrick in the season.
He becomes the latest Ghanaian player after Mubarak Wakaso was also cautioned for showing Allah is Great!’ on a T-shirt underneath after scoring in the 1-0 win over Mali during the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.