Former Black Stars players Asamoah Gyan and Baffour Gyan are wanted by police for allegedly assaulting Godwin Martey, the Chief Executive Officer of Web Soft Solutions.
The two were part of a tennis training match, which involved the brother of Baffour, Asamoah, the former captain of the Black Stars.
A police report sighted by Halftimegh.com indicates that Godwin, 35, was slapped and hit at his left shoulder by Baffour, who was umpiring Wednesday’s match.
The complainant wanted to quit the game after feeling unfairly treated by umpire Baffour in the match against Asamoah.
But his attempt to complain led to the alleged assault.
A medical report from the 37 Military Hospital shows no physical injuries but Godwin complains of being in “shock”.
He has since been referred to a psychologist.
Gyan and his brother have records of launching attacks on football supporters and even journalists and has extended it to their newfound profession.