- The footballer reportedly spoke with the coach about a possible comeback to the team
- He publicly apologised a year ago for for misconducting himself in the presence of a GFA management member
- He however said he needs to sort out issues at the club level before fully committing himself to the national team if recalled
Footballer Sulley Ali Muntari, has reportedly reached out to Black Stars’ coach, Kwasi Appiah over a possible return to the senior national football team.
He hopes to return to action once he has settled issues with a club. He was recently with Pescara, till they were relegated, and as such he decided to move on.
He however faces an indefinite ban, together with Prince Kevin Boateng, as a result of an incident with a management member, about three years ago.
He was however able to secure audience with the coach after he publicly apologized for what happened. However, the Ghana Football Association is yet to respond to him.
He stated that he isn’t ready to retire yet, but has stayed out of action for the national team for so long.
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Source: Yen Newspaper