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Kevin-Prince Boateng faces more time on the sidelines, travels to Munich for treatment

Posted On Saturday, 12th October 2013
Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng is facing more time on the sidelines after travelling to see a knee specialist in Munich to provide a long-term solution for his long-standing knee problem, which has ruled him out of Ghana's crucial World Cup playoff clash against Egypt.

Kevin-Prince Boateng

Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng is facing more time on the sidelines after travelling to see a knee specialist in Munich to provide a long-term solution for his long-standing knee problem, which has ruled him out of Ghana’s crucial World Cup playoff clash against Egypt.

Black Stars fans are highly suspicious of Boateng’s knee injury he picked up during Schalke’s 4-1 win over Augsburg just two days before he was supposed to join the Black Stars for the key match against the Pharaohs.

Passionate Ghana fans have called into radio stations claiming Boateng faked the injury to avoid playing the game in Kumasi next week Tuesday with many saying he is only interested in playing at the 2014 World Cup when the Black Stars qualify.

However after several tests in Shcalke the injury has proven to be too serious and could potentially miss Schalke’s next game after being sent to Munich for “intensive treatment”.

Boateng picked up a knee injury during Schalke’s 4-1 win over Augsburg in the weekend prior to the international break.

The initial assessment was proving positive for Boateng, who was expected to spur his Ghana side on in the playoff first-leg game against Egypt on Tuesday.

However, that will not be possible anymore with Boateng travelling to Munich and expected to return only at the end of next week.

It means there is a danger of him missing Schalke’s game against Eintracht Braunschweig, who are bottom of the Bundesliga at the moment.

“[Boateng] will undergo intensive and conservative treatment in the coming days from a specialist,” a statement on Schalke’s website read.

“This is the result of a series of investigations over the past few days. They had been carried out to determine the appropriate treatment plan to improve the state of irritation in Boateng’s left knee.

“The respective first appointments in Munich had shown significant positive effects. All parties are confident that this effect will be enhanced by additional treatments.

“Boateng will return to Gelsenkirchen towards the end of next week. Then it will be decided whether or not to play him against Eintracht Braunschweig.”

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Sam Slick says:

    Pls we need to let this young man be. After all bigger names like G. Bale and Lionel Messi where left out of their respective national sides due to minor injuries and their country men and women neva made any big fuss abt it. Both can still play though their respective fa’s yet allowed them to stay back and continue their recoveries to pre-empt further damages. We shld be civilised for once.

  2. Jaja says:

    This guy just wants to play his heart out for Ghana. He’s a player that relies on agressive runs, fierce tackles, thunder shots. When he plays he needs to be able to go all out and not be frightful of his knee on the field. So let him heal and he’ll give his all of the Black Stars again. I predict a hat-trick in Cairo.

  3. wee ba says:

    U see guys I told u he aint faking injury

  4. Troy says:

    haha i feel this guy just dont want to play the qualifies. Yes he has a knee problem but he’s using it to his advantage when it comes to the national Team. i say lets forget him if we qualify without him.and lets give his position to Acheampong/Clifford Aboagye.

  5. Troy says:

    @SAM, bigger names like Messi and Bale were left out because they’ve been sincere to the course of their national Teams. they dont fake/choose which match to play or not.

  6. askantwi says:

    THEY ARE FAKING IT. See those calculated lies they are spewing out? They have already started to imply that he “MIGHT” play by the end of next week. Trust me, he WILL play for his club come next weekend. They are just trying to put it at the back of everyone’s mind so that when it does happens no one will be disappointed. They are very cunning and absolute liars.

  7. priest says:

    There is just no pride playing for ghana





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