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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 8:44 am 
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The Inter Man has been seething about his bit part role and complained openly after Sunday's game.
Milovan Rajevac took the decision to eject him from the squad

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 8:47 am 
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Muntari? What a moron and basket case of a player he is! :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse:

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 8:55 am 
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Too bad for him, poor him

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 9:01 am 
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It's not like he did anything relevant when he came on. Some of these black players' egos are too big for their own good.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 9:12 am 
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Good riddance. The guy is always causing trouble.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 9:30 am 
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He was a bit part player at Inter in the just concluded season but e no make noise there cos he knows where his bread is buttered.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:01 am 
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Rajevac wants Muntari out of camp

Posted: 2010-06-21 09:05

Sulley Muntari's World Cup has gone from bad to worse after he was ordered out of the Ghana camp by Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac, KickOffGhana.com can exclusively reveal.

The Inter Milan player has cast a gloomy figure throughout Ghana's stay here after he lost his regular place in the side but things came to a head after the Ghana-Australia 1-1 draw on Saturday when Muntari felt he should have had a bigger role.

KickOffGhana.com understands Rajevac felt insulted by the player's protest and on Sunday night asked team manager Opoku Afriyie to facilitate his departure from the camp.

Senior Ghana Football Association officials including President Kwasi Nyantekyie and captain Stephen Appiah have tried to intervene but Rajevac has made it clear he cannot work with the player.

Muntari stayed over at the Sun City hotel base of the Ghana team on Sunday night but there is no indication yet if he will have any further part to play in Ghana's campaign.

Rajevac and Muntari have had a frosty relationship and it all now seems to be coming to a head at this tournament.

The midfielder was omitted from Ghana's 2010 Nations Cup squad after refusing to meet Rajevac twice during visits to Milan. He was reinstated after apologising to the coach before scoring on his return against Bosnia in a friendly.

But his problems began again when he asked to be given a separate room during Ghana's friendly against Holland contrary to the practice in the team before attempting to seek medical attention without consulting the Ghana medical team when they arrived in London for a friendly ahead of the World Cup.

On Saturday, the player who was also sent home from the 2004 Olympics stormed off through the mixed zone after the draw against Australia with frown on his face and was said to have had a go at Rajevac and the team on the coach drawing a response from at least one member of the squad.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:26 am 
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Kudos to Milo. I hope Ghana players do not behave like the French.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:21 am 
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Rajevac wants Muntari out of camp

Posted: 2010-06-21 09:05

Sulley Muntari's World Cup has gone from bad to worse after he was ordered out of the Ghana camp by Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac, KickOffGhana.com can exclusively reveal.

The Inter Milan player has cast a gloomy figure throughout Ghana's stay here after he lost his regular place in the side but things came to a head after the Ghana-Australia 1-1 draw on Saturday when Muntari felt he should have had a bigger role.

KickOffGhana.com understands Rajevac felt insulted by the player's protest and on Sunday night asked team manager Opoku Afriyie to facilitate his departure from the camp.

Senior Ghana Football Association officials including President Kwasi Nyantekyie and captain Stephen Appiah have tried to intervene but Rajevac has made it clear he cannot work with the player.

Muntari stayed over at the Sun City hotel base of the Ghana team on Sunday night but there is no indication yet if he will have any further part to play in Ghana's campaign.

Rajevac and Muntari have had a frosty relationship and it all now seems to be coming to a head at this tournament.

The midfielder was omitted from Ghana's 2010 Nations Cup squad after refusing to meet Rajevac twice during visits to Milan. He was reinstated after apologising to the coach before scoring on his return against Bosnia in a friendly.

But his problems began again when he asked to be given a separate room during Ghana's friendly against Holland contrary to the practice in the team before attempting to seek medical attention without consulting the Ghana medical team when they arrived in London for a friendly ahead of the World Cup.

On Saturday, the player who was also sent home from the 2004 Olympics stormed off through the mixed zone after the draw against Australia with frown on his face and was said to have had a go at Rajevac and the team on the coach drawing a response from at least one member of the squad.

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Looks like he's got a long history of discipline problems. The team does not need him right now and if he's a destabilising influence I can see why the coach wants him out of the way.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 12:03 pm 
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embarrasing coming from an african player of his calibre....he should be an icon but he's turned himself into a pest. better he's tosed off. i can't encourage players who are not diciplined

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 12:07 pm 
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I think the guy should be banned for life. How many chances does this guy want?? He is a disruptive figure and only has himself to blame. Ghana do not need him, good riddance to bad rubbish!!! :roll:

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There is something in the water that they drink over there in South Africa. :oops:

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 2:28 pm 
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two sides to every story. lets not be sooooo quick in making a statement.

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The coach did not want the player in the first place after his well documented pre-ANC insubordination. Why waste his time bringing him to SA only to use him in a bit part role? I thought he forgave muntari but clearly that is not the case. Muntari is good enough to start for Ghana but he was out of favor with the coach.


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eislike wrote:
two sides to every story. lets not be sooooo quick in making a statement.


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phantomjournalist wrote:
It's not like he did anything relevant when he came on. Some of these black players' egos are too big for their own good.


Why do you need to mention the race of the players?

Are you a racist or just a stupid black self-loather?

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Muntari has apologized and is once again forgiven.

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phantomjournalist wrote:
It's not like he did anything relevant when he came on. Some of these black players' egos are too big for their own good.


I didn't even see him on the field self

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Muntari has apologized and is once again forgiven.


I know he appologized b/f the ANC but was left off the team. Given he clearly still is not in the coach's plans, why drag him out to SA knowing the player expected to be an integral piece of the black stars team when the coach planned to use him as a substitute? Did the coach really believe Muntari will be happy as a benchman for Ghana?


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ROSSIKE wrote:
phantomjournalist wrote:
It's not like he did anything relevant when he came on. Some of these black players' egos are too big for their own good.


Why do you need to mention the race of the players?

Are you a racist or just a stupid black self-loather?
Ah I see you have done justice to this, I was going to respond earlier

Back to topic, If Muntari is a disruptive influence, then he must leave the team.

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The coach did not want the player in the first place after his well documented pre-ANC insubordination. Why waste his time bringing him to SA only to use him in a bit part role? I thought he forgave muntari but clearly that is not the case. Muntari is good enough to start for Ghana but he was out of favor with the coach.

He was not part of the ANC squad to went all the way to the final. Even in 2008 when ghana hosted the event with Essien, Mensah and co they couldn't make it to the final.

The kids are doing very well, Muntari would not be missed atall, coach should send him home pronto.

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green4life wrote:
kalani wrote:
Muntari has apologized and is once again forgiven.


I know he appologized b/f the ANC but was left off the team. Given he clearly still is not in the coach's plans, why drag him out to SA knowing the player expected to be an integral piece of the black stars team when the coach planned to use him as a substitute? Did the coach really believe Muntari will be happy as a benchman for Ghana?


I meant he apologized again today. As for the coach's plans, no idea.

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The coach did not want the player in the first place after his well documented pre-ANC insubordination. Why waste his time bringing him to SA only to use him in a bit part role? I thought he forgave muntari but clearly that is not the case. Muntari is good enough to start for Ghana but he was out of favor with the coach.

He was not part of the ANC squad to went all the way to the final. Even in 2008 when ghana hosted the event with Essien, Mensah and co they couldn't make it to the final.

The kids are doing very well, Muntari would not be missed atall, coach should send him home pronto.


The kids are doing well? WHat qualifies as doing well these days? Holding onto a 1-1 draw against 10 man Australia? Please. That was a bad result and as an African, I hope they don't pay for it against Germany. The coach is paid to manage his players and no two players have the same personalities. Every player will not be mother theresa so if you feel you have room for a knucklehead like Muntari on the team (you called him up knowing he's not a boys scout and expects to be a key piece), use him b/c this Muntari should not be a bench man for this black stars team that has not scored any goal unless its gift wraped in a PK. If he was not in your plans, why did you drag him to the world cup knowing he will NOT be happy to sit on the bench watching kids play? so you can show the world that he's indisciplined? A coach has to know how to manage Knuckleheads. If Jose Mourinho can manage a bona fide mad man like Ballotelli, kini big deal in managing Muntari?


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