Players across the world aspire to be part of a national team for FIFA World Cup. Same can be said of Sulley Ali Muntari and Asamoah Gyan. The duo have enjoyed nostalgic memories at the Senior National team. Have they called it a quit in their national team career?
The two experienced players have still harbor ambitions of being part of Ghana’s contingent for 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Sulley Ali Muntari in an interview indicates readiness to join coach Otto Addo and his lads for the global showpiece.
“Why not, I would be happy to join the Black Stars if I am called.” Sulley Ali Muntari told GTV Sports +.
Asamoah Gyan and Sulley Ali Muntari deserve to be part of the team that will be traveling to Qatar later this year.
Those players have garnered rich experience that will palpably be of immense use to the team. They were part of the last edition for Black Stars and have witnessed the event and could add a bite to the team. The two are paying especially Sulley Ali Muntari. He joined Accra Hearts of Oak and was instrumental in their quest to win a silverware last season. Asamoah Gyan has been holding a personal training and will stay fit and active for the upcoming assignment.
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