Kevin-Prince Boateng's dad being spoken to to speed up AC Milan's star's return to the Black Stars

Published on: 11 August 2013
Kevin-Prince Boateng's dad being spoken to to speed up AC Milan's star's return to the Black Stars
Kevin-Prince Boateng wants to return to the Black Stars

Black Stars management committee member Yaw Boateng Gyan will be meeting with the family of Kevin-Prince Boateng this weekend in urging the AC Milan star confirm his return to the Black Stars.

The 26-year-old according to Ghana FA President Kwesi Nyantakyi is desirous of a return to the Black Stars after ditching the side for over two years now.

Boateng claimed his body couldn’t cope with playing for both club and country haven excelled with Ghana at the 2010 World Cup.

The AC Milan star now wants to return to the Black Stars but must make his decision official in writing to the Ghana FA.

Boateng Gyan, the player’s uncle will be meeting with the player’s father this weekend in an attempt to speed up his return.

“I will be meeting the father and the rest of the family this weekend to talk about this issue,” he told Montie FM.

“We will call our son (Kevin) afterwards to urge him to write this letter as soon as possible so he can return to the Black Stars.

“I feel this is very important as he wrote to quit the national team and therefore another letter is needed to cancel the first one.”

Boateng could be available for selection by the time Ghana plays Zambia in the deciding 2014 World Cup qualifier on September 6 in Kumasi.

Comments

  • I hate Ghana
    says: 6 years ago
    Waste of time and money for this racist abused boy, just play your village players. Why is Ghana so scared of Zambia? I thought they were a power house of football in Africa? Ghana 0 - 3 Zambia.
  • Anti-Futbol illiterate (@rockeygh)
    says: 6 years ago
    Omg! Ghanafuo moy3 too no aaaaba! U pleaded him to come and play and his due to his health condition so give him a break! U have being to Italy for more than twice for him to rescind that! Now that he has listen to U! U are on his nerves to write a comeback letter Apuutooo! What abt if he says then he want play anymore? Masa leave him alone don't worry him with ur pomposity!Mtchwwww
  • Pk dee
    says: 6 years ago
    Why none of dis powerful pastors n prophets of Kwame Nkrumah Gh saw dis uprageous era of insurgent prodigal football rebels of de country before hand?come on!!!.....pastors!!!!!
  • playzid
    says: 6 years ago
    We wont have really known about KP if not for him having an uncle in GFA. There are better players out there.Its just unfortunate they dont have relatives in GFA. SMH
  • Union Leader
    says: 6 years ago
    What a moron!What makes u think Ghana (ranked 24) is scared of Lowly Zambia(ranked 60) ? We want all our best players involved because we want to beat u Zombies soundly. I said it before and I will say it again,a draw won't satisfy me. I demand total massacre on 6th September,Lesotho-style hammering !
  • OGYA
    says: 6 years ago
    You are so scared, I feel your pain. World cup will not happen for Zambia, not for 2014
  • Ghanaman
    says: 6 years ago
    dirty bantu dog.... useless rat!! you have NEVER experience anything but defeat when you have played Ghana in Ghana
  • Lusaka City Council
    says: 6 years ago
    Lol! Ghanaman the lost Akata, trying to pick cotton offseason when there is nothing but dust to pick! Dig my profile pic dude cause that's the closest you guys will ever get!
  • Ghanaman
    says: 6 years ago
    Please please rescind your decision kpb and company.This match against zambia wont be easy....help us to put a stop to their superiority over us.
  • STEPHEN BOADU
    says: 6 years ago
    aaaba wann na esew