In his first reaction since being sacked from Black Stars' camp at the World Cup, AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari shockingly says he has no regrets for physically attacking Ghana FA official Moses 'Mospacka' Armah.
This flies in the face of the grovelling apology issued by Muntari's father Alhaji Sulley Muniru to the club owner of Medeama Sporting on Saturday after details of the attack were made clear to him by a family friend who was present during the attack
It was hoped that Muntari father's moved could help heal the wounds but his first comments on social media since the attack and the subsequent sacking is set to open fresh wounds.
The unprovoked attack led to him being axed from Ghana's World Cup camp on the morning before the Black Stars play Portugal but shockingly the Italy-based player says he does not care.
"From the bottom of my heart I don't give a f@#k," Muntari bizarrely posted on Instagram in his first reaction since the incident.
Meanwhile, some Ghanaians including his Godfather Alhaji Karim Grusah have condemned Sulley Muntari for his indiscipline act.
They maintained that the player should not be invited toplay f or the national team again to set a precedent for future players