Kevin Boateng unhappy with injury treatment


Ghana hopeful, Kevin-Prince Boateng believes his chances of making the Black Stars team for this summer’s World Cup would not be hampered by his his current injury.

The midfielder is out with a torn ankle ligament but has expressed his unhappiness with the diagnosis received from the medical staff at Portsmouth.

The German-born player who is nearing the end of his nationality switch to Ghana believes he would recover in time for the World Cup.

“Now doctors in Cologne have confirmed that the ligament is torn and I will be out for weeks.

“The World Cup is not in danger, but I had tears in my eyes.

“Earlier I myself was responsible for the setbacks in my career, now the medical support is amateurish,” he told Sport Bild.

However, despite being unhappy with Portsmouth for his medical attention, he has thanked manager Avram Grant and former boss Paul Hart with helping him get his career back on track, saying he has his ‘life back under control’.