FIFA Assistant Referee, David Agyin, who was caught on camera receiving money in Anas’ documentary titled Number 12, has revealed his inability to perform in bed after the exposé.
Explaining his side of the story that led to his capturing on tape, he said, ”the money you people saw me taking wasn’t meant to fix match but rather money for food and didn’t know they were recording me.”
“How can I take GHC100 as a bribe to fix a match without negotiations?” he said.
But on a more sorrowful manner, David Agyin revealed the exposé has affected his libido and is being forced to resort to medication for it for fear of losing his wife.
“After the exposé, I have not been able to sleep with my wife because the appetite for it isn’t there and she keeps complaining day in day out.”
“I can confidently tell you that, if not for her Christianity, she would have divorced me and moved on with her life and is a worry for me,” he said.
David Agyin then proceeded to plead with the host to assist him with some of the aphrodisiac he has been advertising to improve his sexual life.
In June, investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, premiered a documentary in which several Ghana football administrators and over 100 referees were filmed compromising the integrity of the game.
The exposé led to the resignation of Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kwesi Nyantakyi, while over 70 referees were handed various bans by the Confederation of African Football and the Referees Association of Ghana.