AC Milan ace Sulley Muntari is not required to apologize for his unruly behaviour at the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals before being re-admitted into the Black Stars, according to Government’s White Paper.
According to to the White Paper, an apology should be a voluntary act of contrition on the player’s part but no a requirement to return to the national team
It read: “Any apology from Mr. Sulley Muntari as recommended should be a voluntary act of contrition on his part but should not be made a condition for his recall into the team.”
Muntari was suspended indefinitely from the national team after he punched a Black Stars management committee member Moses Armah without any provocation.
The Ghana FA told Muntari to grovel to the federation and the victim before being recalled but the 30-year-old has still not complied.
The World Cup Commission of Inquiry recommended three conditions as bases for Muntari’s re-invitation including seeing a psychologist for counseling and or undergo anger therapy.
- An unconditional apology to Mr. Moses Armah
- An unconditional apology to the President of the Republic of Ghana, the Commission and to Ghanaians in general.
- Referral to a psychologist for counseling and /or undergo anger therapy.
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