K-P Boateng and Muntari banished from Ghana camp

Head coach of Black Stars has wielded his disciplinary axe on duo Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari from the Ghana World Cup team camp for various degrees of misconduct.
The decision was finally taken in a meeting on Thursday morning after both players like the rest of the team finally received their much-awaited World Cup appearance fees which has plunged the country into a negative media limelight.
They have been ordered to leave the team’s Palace Hotel base in Brasilia by 11:00 GMT.
Kwesi Appiah weeps
Kevin-Prince Boateng was reportedly involved in a bust-up with head coach Kwesi Appiah where the Schalke 04 player used swear words on his gaffer at the training grounds in Maceio on Monday. Apparently, the coach had stepped in to probe into an altercation between Boateng and his former AC Milan colleague Sulley Muntari during the session.
Affected by what had happened earlier in the day and the growing pressure from the players regarding their unpaid World Cup appearance fees, Ghana Coach Kwesi Appiah reportedly burst into tears during the team’s dinner that night. He was helped back to his hotel room by the team’s psychologist.
Muntari madness
Fast-forward Wednesday, Muntari in what could be described as the height of indiscipline within the Ghana team camp, subjected a Black Stars management team member Moses Armah to slaps during one of several crisis meetings ahead of the last group game with Portugal.
Credit: FootyGhana

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