The estranged Blackstars midfielder, Sulley Ali Muntari has expressed keen interest in playing for the Ghanaian National Football Team before he calls it a quit.
The Italy based player reiterated that the Blackstars need to win a trophy badly in this current time and he believes he can contribute to the team’s quality to make this happen. He said from experience, Ghana can still qualify for the next World Cup though many think it’s impossible.
Former Black Stars midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari completely tore into the spokesperson of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Ibrahim Sannie Daara, even asking if Daara had lost his mind!
Muntari and his wife Menaye were both being interviewed on Starr Fm over Muntari’s recent racism incident in Italy when the flare up occurred.
Former Ghana international Kevin-Prince Boateng has thrown his support behind Sulley Muntari and his decision to walk off the pitch after being racially abused.
Speaking on the incident afterwards, Prince expressed sadness over what happened to Sulley, throwing his total support behind him.
Former Black Stars midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari became the latest black player to suffer racial abuse in Italy after fans of Cagliari directed chants at him.
Muntari was turning out for his side Pescara against Cagliari at the latter’s Stadio Sant’Elia when the home fans started chanting at Muntari.
Ghana midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari scored his first goal for new side Pescara on Sunday.
Muntari joined the side as a free agent in January, and came on as a substitute in their 3-1 defeat to Agyemang Badu’s Udinese.
Former Black Stars midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari is close to making a move back to European football with Serie A side Pescara having set their sights on him.
Muntari, now 32, last played for Al-Ittihad, and is on the search for a new club after his contract with them expired.