Let me play just 15 minutes at AFCON 2019 - Muntari begs Featured
10 May

Let me play just 15 minutes at AFCON 2019 - Muntari begs

The former AC Milan star is eyeing for Black Stars return ahead of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations after five years.

Ghana midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari is still determined to play for Ghana at the Africa Cup of Nations to be staged in Egypt next month even if it's fifteen minutes.
 
According to the President of the Normalization Committee of Ghana Football, Dr. Kofi Amoah, the 34-year-old spoke to him on phone to plead on his behalf for Coach Kwesi Appiah to hand him another call-up.
 
"I had a call from Sulley Muntari and the way he was talking with passion, I couldn't believe it," Dr. Kofi Amoah told Metro TV
 
"He said if Coach Kwesi Appiah will only play him for 15 minutes [at the Nations Cup], he will be grateful and accept it."
 
"This is a player who was clubless but now playing regularly. I think the final decision is in the hands of the coach."
 
"I have told Kwesi Appiah that Kevin-Prince Boateng is a good player but the coach has the sole authority any play of his choice ahead of the AFCON"
 
He has been out of the senior national team of Ghana after a gross misconduct at 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
 
Muntari has capped 84 times for Ghana with 20 goals to his credit. 
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