The Ghanaian midfielder was banned from the national team after an altercation with management team member Moses Parker at the 2014 world cup. Since then he hasn't played for the national team. He has now rendered a public apology for his behaviour to those involved and declared himself available for call-ups.
Muntari is now with former Ghana Premier League champions Hearts of Oak whom he joined midway through last season. He has enjoyed some kind of renaissance with the phobians helping them to win the president's cup and the FA Cup in the just-ended season. He made 11 league appearances, scored once, and provided 3 assists in the season.
During an interview with Kwabena Yeboah yesterday on the GTV sports highlights show, he said "Ghana even if I’m in my crutches today and they call me to come help, I’ll definitely run and go. Even if I can’t play, I’ll sit there and contribute". He is ready to contribute to the team not only in a playing capacity but also in any other way to help the team.
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