8yrs After Brazil Slap, Muntari Makes Peace With Moses Parker; Spends Time With Black Stars Players In Qatar

8yrs After Brazil Slap, Muntari Makes Peace With Moses Parker; Spends Time With Black Stars Players In Qatar

Ghana legend, Sulley Muntari has talked issues over with Moses Armah Parker to settle their variations from the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Unfortunately, he was caught within the line of fire when slaps flew around amid rigidity within the camp when players revolted.

The subject relating to financial entitlement for players noticed the government flying money on a airplane to be despatched to the players to restore calm.

Sadly, the chaos precipitated the country to endure a picture dent within the eyes of the worldwide community.

Internally, there have been a number of falling-out incidents between players and officers of the Ghana staff.

The one which stood out was Sulley Muntari’s subject with Moses Armah Parker.

After as many as eight years, the previous Champions League winner has approached the football administrator and sorted out the issues.

The two have now posed for an image after smoking the peace pipe to put behind them the brouhaha in Brazil.

He additionally spent a while to encourage the Black Stars players forward of their conflict against Portugal.

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