In the aftermath of the expulsion of Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari from the Ghanaian squad, coach Kwesi Appiah has revealed he suffered constant insults from Boateng.
The former Ghana captain insists that he is unlikely to work with the Schalke player in future if his attitude and discipline does not improve as this attitude could negatively affect the younger players in the squad.
Appiah says the Germany-born player cannot deny his verbal attacks on him as they all unfolded on several occasions during the Black Stars training camp in Maceio.
In his first account of how their relationship turned sour, Appiah revealed that since dropping Boateng to the bench in their Black Stars opening match at the World Cup against the United States, he has not known peace from the Germany-born player.
Ghana sacked the player from the World Cup on Thursday morning with the federation’s statement revealing that Boateng was sacked for his unrepentant ‘vulgar insults’ directed at the coach.