Ghanaian central midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari has declared his intention to rejoin and play for the Ghana National team the Black Stars again.
The footballer in an interview with GNA sports revealed that he has unfinished business with the Black Stars teams and therefore would like to rejoin if given the opportunity.
“So far as I have not retired from football and still capable of playing the beautiful game, I would always love to be in the white jersey again if am given the opportunity,” Muntari said.
Remember Sulley Muntari and his colleague Kevin Prince Boateng were sacked by the team management during the Black star’s campaign to win the world cup in 2014 over what they termed as indiscipline on their part and inciting the younger players against boycotting their final game.
Commenting on whether that won’t affect his call back he stated that if given the opportunity to play the black stars, he would quickly put aside what happened in Brazil and help the team.
He further added that playing for the Black Stars meant a lot for him because it means he is representing the country.
Muntari until the Brazil 2014 incident played for Ghana from the youth level to the senior level where he was banned by the then Ghana Football Association (GFA) for acts of indiscipline act and he has since not featured for the Stars.