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Ghana to blacklist The Prince

Postby kebashorificatious » Fri May 18, 2012 10:05 am

Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng avoided seeing Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah in Italy and sources say he is unlikely to be called up for the national team anytime soon.

SuperSport.com sources in the Ghana FA say the new coach is already fed up with the repeated snubbery from the player. Kwesi Appiah has already made several calls to the Milan midfielder, which have gone without response or answers, according to FootyGhana.

Kwesi Appiah then contacted Sulley Muntari, who advised him to attend AC Milan’s training. FootyGhana reports that Appiah did as Muntari suggested and attended Milan's training session, which Boateng took part in. However, the Milan player "disappeared" from the grounds right after the session.

Both Kwesi Appiah and Sulley Muntari called Boateng several times with no response. Appiah left Italy without seeing the player.

Kevin-Prince called Muntari later, according to the report, and asked him to apologize to the coach on his behalf. His reason was that it was an emergency that caused him to meet immediately after training.

Deja vu? Kevin-Prince was blacklisted from the national team last year after he similarly ignored phone calls from then Serbian boss Goran Stevanovic. The coach was unhappy with Boateng's apparent contempt of the Black Stars.

A few months down the line, Boateng retired from the side altogether. His official letter to the Ghana FA said the decision was due to health considerations.

It was later revealed that communication has been one of Boateng's major issues since his days at Tottenham Hotspur. But whether Kwesi Appiah will have patience for the Milanista is yet to be seen.

Boateng was key for Ghana in the 2010 World Cup, but his relationship with the team has been fractured. He has 10 caps for his adopted country and would be very unlikely to get a call under Kwesi Appiah in the forseeable future.



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Postby Minister of Finance » Fri May 18, 2012 10:35 am

He only want to play World Cup or high profile games/friendlies
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Postby coca-colonisation » Fri May 18, 2012 10:46 am

:lol: :lol: :lol: It was an emergency at home.....he really had to be on his bed...... :P
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Postby tawia » Fri May 18, 2012 11:01 am

how do you blacklist someone that has blacklisted you months ago?

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Postby niidawg3 » Fri May 18, 2012 11:10 am

tawia wrote:how do you blacklist someone that has blacklisted you months ago?

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Postby Coach Prekese » Fri May 18, 2012 11:21 am

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Postby truemamamia » Fri May 18, 2012 11:48 am

Nice try by Appiah but Ghana mafia tactics doesnt work. Showing up at a training or somebody's house doesnt mean that u can force the person to meet u...when u dont the person's schedule. He shd have let it go especially when Muntari who sees him every single day....couldnt schedule a meeting. I commend him for trying everything posible. Kevin is disappointing....he needed to show some decency..IMO this chapter of Ghana football has to be closed
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Postby joekofi12 [Numo Tohba] » Fri May 18, 2012 11:50 am

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Re: Ghana to blacklist The Prince

Postby kwez » Fri May 18, 2012 12:01 pm

kebashorificatious wrote:But whether Kwesi Appiah will have patience for the Milanista is yet to be seen.


why being patient with somebody that clearly said he retires from the BS? He didn't say "I might come back one day", he said he's retiring. So let the guy be! Indeed, he is a world class player but if he doesn't want to play for us, let him go. He will regret it one day.
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Postby B DIDDY » Fri May 18, 2012 12:08 pm

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Postby franco » Fri May 18, 2012 12:13 pm

No one player is bigger than the mighty black stars even the greatest of them (Abedi, yeboah, kuffour, polo) are all history(might black stars still prevails) and they wore their hearts on their sleeve how much more an opportunist? To hell with him and we move on LONG LIVE BLACK STARS!!!
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Postby Djata » Fri May 18, 2012 12:17 pm

tawia wrote:how do you blacklist someone that has blacklisted you months ago?

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Oh my brother, ask some again oooo. He must be laughing hard reading this. I mean who is acting desperate now? :D
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Postby Striker » Fri May 18, 2012 12:18 pm

niidawg3 wrote:
tawia wrote:how do you blacklist someone that has blacklisted you months ago?

:lol:



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Re: Ghana to blacklist The Prince

Postby Coach Prekese » Fri May 18, 2012 12:51 pm

kwez wrote:
kebashorificatious wrote:But whether Kwesi Appiah will have patience for the Milanista is yet to be seen.


why being patient with somebody that clearly said he retires from the BS? He didn't say "I might come back one day", he said he's retiring. So let the guy be! Indeed,he is a world class player but if he doesn't want to play for us, let him go. He will regret it one day.


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Postby dr.luv » Fri May 18, 2012 12:57 pm

I don't understand why we are still trying to force him to play for us. I told you a long time ago that he will not make a u turn. Kevin is GONE!
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Re: Ghana to blacklist The Prince

Postby dr.luv » Fri May 18, 2012 1:02 pm

kwez wrote:
kebashorificatious wrote:But whether Kwesi Appiah will have patience for the Milanista is yet to be seen.


why being patient with somebody that clearly said he retires from the BS? He didn't say "I might come back one day", he said he's retiring. So let the guy be! Indeed, he is a world class player but if he doesn't want to play for us, let him go. He will regret it one day.


Nope! He has actually regretted for making a decision to play for Ghana too soon. :lol:
At this point, Iam not sure what will make him change his mind. We should just let him go and move on.
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Postby Abena Kwabena » Fri May 18, 2012 1:11 pm

truemamamia wrote:Nice try by Appiah but Ghana mafia tactics doesnt work. Showing up at a training or somebody's house doesnt mean that u can force the person to meet u...when u dont the person's schedule. He shd have let it go especially when Muntari who sees him every single day....couldnt schedule a meeting. I commend him for trying everything posible. Kevin is disappointing....he needed to show some decency..IMO this chapter of Ghana football has to be closed



This was no mafia tactics nor was it an ambush. Kwasi Appiah tried all the normal channels people used and was forced to a face to face meet. Would you rather he went to Boatengs house.
I applaud KA and Muntari for the effort.


WE HAVE TO MOVE ON!


Thinking aloud, if we can't deal with KPB could we have dealt with Super Mario?
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Postby kebashorificatious » Fri May 18, 2012 1:39 pm

Abena Kwabena wrote:
truemamamia wrote:Nice try by Appiah but Ghana mafia tactics doesnt work. Showing up at a training or somebody's house doesnt mean that u can force the person to meet u...when u dont the person's schedule. He shd have let it go especially when Muntari who sees him every single day....couldnt schedule a meeting. I commend him for trying everything posible. Kevin is disappointing....he needed to show some decency..IMO this chapter of Ghana football has to be closed



This was no mafia tactics nor was it an ambush. Kwasi Appiah tried all the normal channels people used and was forced to a face to face meet. Would you rather he went to Boatengs house.
I applaud KA and Muntari for the effort.


WE HAVE TO MOVE ON!


Thinking aloud, if we can't deal with KPB could we have dealt with Super Mario?


We can't even deal with Quincy. .....they are all "too foreign".
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Postby NaMrecco$ » Fri May 18, 2012 1:43 pm

The man is has given his reasons and you guys are still pressuring him to return... how can he handle both country and club duties... he’s on the verge of being sold because he cant stay fit and you guys are on his doorstep asking him to return etc… leave the man alone
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Re: Ghana to blacklist The Prince

Postby kwez » Fri May 18, 2012 1:56 pm

dr.luv wrote:
kwez wrote:
kebashorificatious wrote:But whether Kwesi Appiah will have patience for the Milanista is yet to be seen.


why being patient with somebody that clearly said he retires from the BS? He didn't say "I might come back one day", he said he's retiring. So let the guy be! Indeed, he is a world class player but if he doesn't want to play for us, let him go. He will regret it one day.


Nope! He has actually regretted for making a decision to play for Ghana too soon. :lol:
At this point, Iam not sure what will make him change his mind. We should just let him go and move on.


if we qualify for the WC 2014 he will definetely regret retiring from the BS ;)
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