Black Stars outcast Kelvin-Prince Boateng has disclosed why he switched his German nationality to play for Ghana.
Boateng admitted to El Larguero that playing for Germany was a bit difficult for him because his personality was different.
The gifted attacking midfielder fell out with his coach after breaking camp rules during the 2007 Toulon tournament staged in France.
Boateng was part of the Germany U-20 team that only managed a goalless draw against Ivory Coast and lost to France and Japan.
In 2010, he renounced his German nationality to feature for the Black Stars at the World Cup in South Africa and helped Ghana reach the quarter-final.
Boateng later announced his international retirement at age 24, citing fatigue from travel but returned to international action in November 2013 to qualify Ghana for Brazil 2014.
However, he was sacked from the Black Stars camp for allegedly abusing then head coach James Kwasi Appiah.