Sports News of Monday, 4 August 2014
King Faisal owner Alhaji Karim Grusah has added his voice to the numerous calls for Black Stars midfielder Sulley Muntari to apologize to Ghanaians for his unruly behaviour at the World Cup.
The AC Milan man was handed an indefinite suspension for physically assaulting Ghana FA official Moses Parker who is president of Ghana Premier League side Medeama without provocation.
Muntari has since held his silence on the issue leading to his indefinite suspension from the team.
The 29-year-old recently declared: “I love my country and will never change it for any country” and hinted he would give his account of what happened in Brazil at the right time.
Grusah says Sulley should let go and apologize to Ghanaians in order to be considered for selection.
“Sulley has been with the team for years and I think that is what clouds people’s judgement on his case,” he told GHANASoccernet.com.
“If Moses did something at all he has no right to raise his hand and that’s the point.
“We are all humans and would be deceiving ourselves if we say we have no errs but after that we should accept our faults and move on.
“I knew him from his youth and my advice to him is to get back and apologize to all Ghanaians.”
Ghana are in Group E in the 2015 AFCON qualifiers alongside Guinea, Uganda and Togo with the top two sides gaining qualification to play in the finals to be held in Morocco.