The head coach of the Senior National team the Black Stars, Kwesi Appiah has categorically stated that the services of German-born-Ghanaian, Kevin Prince Boateng will no longer be needed in the Black Stars in future as long as he is in charge.
According to the coach, he has no plans to recall the former AC Milan player to the Black Stars after his deviant behaviour during the Stars worst performance at the on-going FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Addressing the media at a press conference to dialogue the abysmal performance of the Stars on Wednesday afteroon, soft-spoken Kwesi Appiah noted that he will now insist on disciplined players for future Black Stars call-up.
“I am now concentrating on the players who are disciplined not the undisciplined ones. I will be focusing on the disciplined players who are ready to kill themselves for the nation,” he stated.
His reaction was a respond to a question as to whether the Shalke 04 midfielder, Kevin Prince Boateng who was suspended from the Black Stars and sacked from the team’s camp in Brazil for indiscipline would be called up in the future.
Boateng was said to have verbally insulted the coach during the team’s training session in Maceio.
However, the player claimed the coach rather used the “F” word, thus “F**K” after he had confronted him to explain issues.
Kwesi Appiah during the press session told journalist that it is now “important to instill discipline into the team. Egos had to be managed, but if it becomes constant and is a threat to the team, changes had to be made”.