He was excused to stay out as the team started their pre-season program this week ahead of the new season.
Muntari, has confirmed his readiness to join his colleagues next week as they continue with their rituals to be in good shape for the task ahead.
The team has trained well this week with a lot of physical activity including beach work to get themselves ready for what will be a very demanding campaign.
Coach Samuel Boadu, will welcome Muntari back to the fold as his experience would be required as they seek to do well next season.
The Phobians will look to regain the Ghana Premier League, GPL title they lost to Asante Kotoko last season as well as retain their FA Cup trophy.
The capital club will also represent Ghana in the CAF Confederation Cup competition, a trophy they were the first winners of in the season of 2004/05.
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