Menaye Donkor, wife of Black Star player Sulley Muntari has reacted after news went viral that her husband who is one of the most experienced players in the Ghana squad has been sack from the Ghana camp and suspended indefinitely from playing for the Ghana Black Stars.
Menaye who is reported in Brazil with Sulley tweeted few minutes ago calling for calm and insisting that people should wait till they hear the side of her husband before they draw incomplete conclusion. “There is always two sides to every story….#Keepcalm”, Menaye tweeted.
Before Sulley’s unfortunate incident this morning, Menaye Donkor and Prince Kevin Boateng’s girlfriend Satta Melissa were spotted relaxing by the pool sipping on lemon juice in Brazil, whiles their football lovers-Sulley Muntari and Kevin Prince Boateng were having tough times at camp with officials.
Few days ago, it was reported that Kevin Prince Boateng shouted at coach-Kwesi Appiah in front of several people, which did not go well with the management and created tension between Kwasi Appiah and Kevin.
On the other hand, Sulley Muntari allegedly got into a confrontation with one of the Black Stars’ committee members-Moses Parker Armah and Sulley reportedly punched his face which forced the management team to boot him out the Black Stars camp.
Sulley Muntari and Kevin Prince Boateng were both sacked from the Black Star’s camp few hours ago and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has reportedly approved Coach Kwesi Appiah’s decision to suspend both Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng indefinitely from the Black Stars.
The suspension takes immediate effect and according to the GFA, Kevin Prince Boateng’s indefinite suspension is due to vulgar verbal insults he threw at the Black Stars coach-Kwesi Appiah during the team’s training session in Maceio this week.
Kevin Prince Boateng who has already left the team’s camp has had his accreditation for the 2014 World Cup withdrawn with immediate effect.
Kevin Prince Boateng has confirmed he has been sent home but denied the charges, telling the German magazine Sport-Bild: “Sulley Muntari and I were just joking around, and the coach stopped the session and sent us back to the changing room.
“Afterwards I went to him and asked what he had against me and he started yelling. He insulted me. There were words like: ‘Fuck off’.”
Boateng added he “absolutely accepts” his suspension, but added: “No-one should think I insulted the coach. I’m travelling now, and I wish my colleagues all the best for the match against Portugal”, K.P Boateng stated.