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HomeSportSulley Muntari Finally Apologizes 8-Years After Beating A GFA Offical In Brazil

Sulley Muntari Finally Apologizes 8-Years After Beating A GFA Offical In Brazil

Former Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari has finally rendered an apology to Moses Armah Parker for beating him up during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

 

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) in June 2014 suspended footballer Sulley Muntari indefinitely from the Black Stars after he slapped an official from the association.

 

During the final group game against Portugal in 2014, there was a misunderstanding that arose between the officials and the footballers on the pitch where he slapped the Black Stars Committee member Moses Parker.

It was reported that after the slap, Sulley Muntari stormed the room of the GFA official and destroyed some of his electrical gadgets. The action of the former Black Stars Midfielder caused his suspension from the team together with Kelvin Prince Boateng who also insulted the former coach Akwesi Appiah.

In a letter directed to the Ghana Football Association, the footballer has rendered an apology after 8-years of the incident via an official letter.

 

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