Sulley Muntari confessed he miss playing for Ghana at the worldwide level 3 years after becoming suspended from the Dark Stars.
The midfielder and his counterpart Kevin Prince-Boateng fell out with trainer Kwasi Appiah at the 2014 World Glass in Brazil. These were handed indefinite suspensions for allegedly actually attacking Black Stars administration people including Moses Armah.
The Pescara participant apologised in 2016 for his actions, but is yet to create a comeback in the group.
“I write expressing my sincere apology to the Ghana Soccer Association and the whole nation for just about any embarrassment that my actions in Brazil taken to the Black Stars Group, the Ghana Soccer Association and my much loved country Ghana. I’ve reflected on what occurred and I am deeply sorry and apologize to all or any the stakeholders in the GFA who had been offended by my activities,” elements of his apology letter mentioned.
Speaking on Starr Speak to Bola Ray Wednesday, June 07, 2017, the previous Milan participant opined: “I skip the Black Stars.”
Coach Kwasi Appiah dropped his job following the Brazil Mundial but was reinstated in 2017 with an activity to qualify the four-period African champions to the Africa Glass of Nations and the 2018 World Glass in Russia.
Muntari believes Appiah provides gained a whole lot of experience today to lead the group to success.
“Kwasi Appiah is great. He doesn’t don’t stop talking. It’s important that he’s back again. He does his greatest in a simple method,” the 32-year-previous stated.