Soccer News of Monday, 30 June 2014
Source: James K. Attaglo Wilson/www.sports24gh.com
Ghana Black Star and Schalke 04's attacker Kevin Prince Boateng who had a bust up with Coach James Kwesi Appiah whilst on international duty in Brazil has gone viral with his 'Letter to the GFA Pt 1'.
Kevin was sacked from the Black Stars camp with his friend Sulley Ali Muntari for gross insubordination.
But according to the German born Ghanaian, there's more to the story than what the GFA has officially put out saying that the Association is been manned by corrupt officials who would like to use the players as their cash cows to milk the nation.
The player said the team is divided into factions and he's very glad to belonging to the Black Stars Anti Corrupt Squad: Kevin Prince Boateng, Sulley Ali Muntari, Michael Essien, Adam Kwarasey, Andre and Jordan Ayew.
The lines below explains how the player explained his side of the story; Kelvin: There are a lot of issues revolving this team which Ghanaians don't know so they say what they feel like.
They are all corrupt and they always want to make money from us without working for it.
I know I may not be called into the team again but I'm highly elated that I belong to anti corrupt group in the team ( Sulley, Dede Ayew, Jordan Ayew ,Kwarasey, Kwadwo Asamoah, Essien n myself)
It is very insane for John boye n Gyan to tell the Manager to drop Kwarasey for Dauda just 45min before the match, all because he can't speak the local language to command the central defence.
I'm very disappointed in the manager and the entire staff. What is the use of so many GFA officials here.
We are very sorry to Ghanaians for what happened but we were pissed, for they were using us as their "cash cow" to dupe the nation.
How can players dictate to the manager. So I asked, what is the role of the so-called technical bench?
Stick and stay with www.sports24gh.com for the halve of the Brazil story that has not been told. We broke the 'Slap' story and ready to give you more. Meanwhile the players will touch down at Kotoko by 1:15 pm local time today.