A picture of goalkeeper Razak Braimah and his wife is current being circulated on various socal media platforms and is receiving massive attention from users of social media.
In the picture, the under fire goalkeeper is seen wearing the same fabric with the woman who is a foreigner, with both of them looking good together.
Razak Braimah came under serious criticism after an audio of him insulting Ghanaians leaked online. In the audio, the goalkeeper is heard using several unprintable words against Ghanaians who he thinks have been critical of the Black Stars although they are putting in their best to make the country proud.
Although ghanafuo.com could not confirm as of the time this report was been filed, we can say that the footballer is blessed with a very pretty foreign wife.
After rarely settling as a youth player, Razak started his professional career in January 2007 with Portugal‘s G.D. Chaves, playing inthe country’s second division. The following year he moved down to the third level and joined Madeira‘s C.F. União, being first-choice as the club finished in third position in its group – albeit without a final promotion.
In the 2008 summer, Razak returned to a club he had already represented as a youth, Polideportivo Ejido in Spain‘s division three, backing up veteran Joaquín Valerio in his first and only season. Subsequently he signed with Real Betis, but spent his first year in the same category as in the previous campaign, as he appeared solely for the reserve side.
Razak was promoted to Betis’ first team for 2010–11, with the Andalusians in the second division. On 1 September, after having appeared in a friendly with Atlético Madrid on 24 July, he made his official debut, playing the full 90 minutes in a Copa del Rey game against UD Salamanca, a 2–1 home win.
Razak alternated between the second and third tiers of Spanish football in the following years, representing CD Tenerife, CD Guadalajara, Córdoba CF B and CD Mirandés. On 29 July 2015 he returned to Córdoba, now being assigned to the main squad also in the second division.
Source: Ghanafuo &weki