- Muntari and KP Boateng may be given a second chance in the Black Stars, according to Kwesi Appiah
- The Black Stars coach says Gyan and Ayew will continue to be captain and vice of the team
Newly appointed Black Stars coach says his doors are open to all Ghanaian players, including Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Kwesi Appiah said this when he was officially outdoor by the Ghana Football Association on Tuesday.
According to Appiah, he does not hold grudges and his doors are open to every player who is playing well.
"I have worked in Ghana for years and people should know my character by now. I do not hold grudges," he told the media.
Both Boateng and Muntari were ousted from the Black Stars during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil for gross indiscipline and misbehaviour in camp.
The two players were suspended indefinitely from the Black Stars after the incident. Sulley and Kevin assaulted and verbally abused management members of the Black Stars respectively.
Kwesi Appiah also told the pressmen gathered that Asamoah Gyan will remain his captain and Andre Ayew will also continue to be his vice.
"Nothing has changed. Asamoah Gyan remains captain and Andre Ayew is his assistant. Let's support them." he said at his unveiling in Accra on Tuesday.
Asamoah Gyan was named the Black Stars skipper in 2013 during Appiah's first stint with the team.