The former Inter and AC milan midfielder Sule Muntari has issued warning to the European - born Ghanian players who recently switched to represent Ghana in the 2022 Fifa World cup. Last week the Ghana Football Association announced that six players who includes Southampton defender, Mohammed Salisu and five other Ghanaians borns agreed to represent Ghana.
The five players include Brighton's midfielder, Tariq Lamptey, Athletic Bilbao's striker, Inaki Williams, Patrick Pfeiffer of Darmstadt, and Hamburger Duo, Ransford Yeboah. The Hearts of Oak midfielder told Gtv sports plus that, these players should commit and use all their strength to play for the country.
He also said, the players should not put in mind that,they are switching just because of the world cup ahead of us, this is Black Stars. Ghanaians and the continent Africa as a whole always put all their trust in them and they never disappointed them and that is how it should be. Follow, share and leave your comments.
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