Former Ghana international of German descent, Kevin-Prince Boateng has taken to Twitter to troll the Black Stars on their exit from AFCON 2019 hinting on the fact that his omission from the squad is a reason for Ghana's defeat.
“No Prince, no party”, was the tweet from the Sassuolo midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng in his reaction to Ghana's exit from the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
The 6-month Barcelona loanee was omitted from the squad after he failed to apologise for his part in the debacle with Ghana's campaign in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Boateng was offered the opportunity by Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah but he turned it down.
And now, it would seem the player who has a Ghanaian father and German father is pouring salt into the injury of the whole team that includes some with whom he is supposedly friends.
Boateng put the hashtags #Blackstars and #afcon so we know he was talking about the team.
Some who responded to Boateng’s tweet were not at all happy with him.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that the captain of the Black Stars, Andre Dede Ayew, has claimed responsibility for Ghana’s inability to move to the next stage of the ongoing AFCON.
Ayew admitted that the team failed at the 2019, and he takes the blame for it.
This is contained in a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Citinewsroom.com.
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