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Suspended Muntari vows to support Black Stars in Kumasi to victory over Uganda

Published on: 03 September 2014
Sulley Muntari wants to travel to Kumasi to support the Black Stars

Italy-based midfielder Sulley Muntari says the Black Stars must comprehensively defeat Uganda on Saturday to win back the fans, confirming that he will travel to Kumasi to support the team to victory against the Cranes.

AC Milan star appealed to the Black Stars to lift the disappointment of the 2014 World Cup by defeating the Ugandans in Kumasi to get their 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier underway in grand style.

Ghana's leading football news outlet exclusively revealed on Wednesday that the suspended midfielder has arrived in Accra from his Italy base to support the Black Stars for the match.

The Black Stars take on the Cranes of Uganda on Saturday in their first match since their disastrous showing at the 2014 World Cup which culminated in the sacking of Muntari from the camp.

He was suspended indefinitely for physically assaulting Black Stars management committee member Moses Armah during a meeting with the players over they delayed appearance fees.

Despite his suspension, Muntari says there are many way he can also support the Black Stars to help boost their confidence to ensure success in the match against the Ugandans.

“If I am not playing it does not mean I can’t do my part to support the players to give us victory. Victory will not only be for the players but for us all as a nation so why should I not get involved even if I am suspended”.

“Even though I am serving a ban I still think there are many ways I can contribute to help this team and one of it is to be present to throw my support behind them."

Muntari added that the players must lift up their game to ensure that they secure the much-needed victory to win back the disappointed fans.

"I believe this is the time for the players to make it work by beating Uganda and not making it worse with a poor start” he appealed to his team mates."

Ghana are in the same group with Togo, Uganda and Guinea in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers


  • Banger says:
    September 03, 2014 08:03 pm
    stupid guy
  • Boro says:
    September 03, 2014 07:17 pm
    Do you need to vow before supporting your nation? We needed that support in Brazil but you chose money over the nation's heart. Ungrateful and indiscipline bad boy. Shame on you! Rebel leader! Nation wrecker! With all the money you get in your club you still allowed apperaance fee to influence your decision to play for your nation and want us to believe you still love the BS. Who do not know you play for money? Tax payer's money was used for your exposure at the junior levels but now you think you are star so can choose to do whatever! Shut up muntari! and do not bring yourself because we know your type!
  • Kwame says:
    September 03, 2014 05:29 pm
    @benito,I think you also need some dirty slaps for your stupid comments. Is black stars for your family
  • The legend. says:
    September 03, 2014 06:26 pm
    I know Sulley is here to meet the commission. In any case, he is a Ghanaian. Must he apologize to Moses before staging a come back? I feel it's not necessary. I man must stand by his principles. Moses has apologized to Ghanaians. If I were Sulley , I won't apologize. After all , he has done his best for the stars. Seriously, I don't foresee Sulley signing that contract before playing for Ghana . You know what? Fuck GFA!
  • sam va says:
    September 03, 2014 05:12 pm
    Boy we need you in the team so just apologize to Mr Armagh and leave the rest for good people of Ghana to judge
  • fish says:
    September 03, 2014 04:55 pm
    GSN journalists are assholes and liars. You guys should not trust what they publish,.
  • fish says:
    September 03, 2014 04:52 pm
    Ei GSN assholes ,when did Sulley say this?. If Sulley really wants to play for black stars, he will have to apologize to that monkey called Moses Armah.,but he has not done that yet, so why are you punks lying about him
  • yaw torgbenu says:
    September 03, 2014 04:46 pm
    Good one for him we need him
  • Ghanaman says:
    September 03, 2014 04:49 pm
    Muntari will find his way back. Boateng on the other hand simply does not care about Ghana. Good riddance!
  • Kobe J says:
    September 03, 2014 01:19 pm
    This is CLASS
  • Ras nick says:
    September 03, 2014 01:27 pm
    Legend! A A out sulley the new black stars coach. Great guy.
  • Dr Who says:
    September 03, 2014 01:35 pm
    Great mind,better intentions and good move...Sulley,you are truely a Ghanaian.
  • paradox says:
    September 03, 2014 01:37 pm
    Ghana0 Uganda1. Zambia5 Mozambique0
  • alosmos says:
    September 03, 2014 02:24 pm
    Let's all unite in protest against going to Baba Yara on Saturday.Please note this is not a protest for a Blackstars defeat but a remonstration for their negligent acts during the last mundial. Let the GFA, Blackstars and their cronies watch the match from the stadium. Let there be more away fans, empty seats etc
  • benito says:
    September 03, 2014 03:11 pm
    I hope this is not a ploy to get back in the team to continue with the slaps. Indiscipline is the greatest enemy to a sportsman.
  • Robert O says:
    September 03, 2014 03:27 pm
    Sulley, great for you but go to the Moses and apologize to him the coach and the management committee and every body will be behind you.a word to the wise is enough.
  • the truth says:
    September 03, 2014 03:48 pm
    agree, he should apologize for his action. I really want him back and i hope he apologize for his indicipline