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Kevin-Prince Boateng sends late goodwill message, confident Ghana will beat Cape Verde

AC Milan midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng has sent a late goodwill message to the Black Stars confident that they will beat Cape Verde in Saturday's Africa Cup of Nations match.

Boateng says Black Stars will beat Cape Verde on Saturday

AC Milan midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng has sent a late goodwill message to the Black Stars confident that they will beat Cape Verde in Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations match.

The Black Stars take on the Blue Sharks in the quarter-finals of the match in the South African city of Port Elizabeth.

Even though he prematurely retired from the Black Stars just over one year ago the Germany-born star has been following the Ghana national team with keen interest.

The Italy-based enforcer says he is confident Ghana will beat the debutantes to reach the last four of Africa’s flagship football tournament.

“I wish Ghana all the best today. Pretty sure they gonna win!!,” Boateng tweeted.

Boateng sent a congratulatory message to the Black Stars when they defeated Mali in their second Group B match at the tournament.

His message was well received by the Black Stars and coach Kwesi Appiah.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. jb says:

    Go Fuck yourself… we are not inviting you to play WC….we have enough midfielders…

  2. Olembe says:

    Oh bro. now u wish u were part of the team. Any way we wish u well in where ever u are. But Balloteli and Kevin playing in the same team. Haaa, the Millan coach will weep.

  3. junior mafia says:

    Smh oboi make wild fo da world cup

  4. kantoose says:

    what makes u people think he dey wish ghana well cos of worldcup. KPB be patriotic chap. In fact how many of u idiots have a tatoo of ghana map for your body? hahaha

  5. Troot Tella says:

    kai kai kai kai kai kai…Lobbying be what…He must try politics…lol

  6. tank God we are not zambians says:

    I see sam 1 tryna come bck to black stars.

  7. African Consciousness says:

    I am glad KPB has kind words of support for his Ghana team-mates. Obviously KPB loves soccer and he believes in the Black Stars. He brought joy to Ghanaians during World Cup 2010 so let’s show him Ghanaian hospitality and not abuse. He left it all on the line for his motherland and he deserves respect from his brothers and sisters from Ghana.

  8. kwaku says:

    We need you and Essein for world cup campaign

  9. Hey Ghanaians let’s forget about this PISH POSH boy and focus on our game..insulting and turning down the face of a country that made you who you are to the dust and he wish to be in the team simply because he is now pissing off his team funs with his awkward performance,and now he thinks he can ride on our back to pick up his form back again..GO AWAY ‘N FUCK YOU

  10. Kilo says:

    He is just a shameless fool who thinks Ghanaians are also stupid. We will resist all attempts to recall this fool into the team for the World Cup. He thought he was white until they showed him the banana. Now he has seen that nationality and race have nothing in common. He should read the leopard skins by Rev Thomas. “It is unsafe to walk in the streets of ghana” indeed.

  11. @Kilo..yea dont mind that KWASSSSSSSSEATO guy he calls himself ‘boateng’ kp.if no one would stand against any attempt on calling this FOOL back to our team i will

  12. carlos says:

    Some of u pple are single minded he’s a ghanaian accept it he loves the country ghana is flowing through his vains,he focused on career not looking 4 a WC ticket.just wants to wish the nation good luck good on him

  13. Okesee says:

    We thank you GOD the boy is back to our team again and all ghanaian we welcome you to the black star team wlcome back home K.P.B. here is your home GHANA.

  14. collins says:

    welcome back brother K.P.B

  15. yurigagarin says:

    d@ is nyce to hear……bro….we cant wait for return…..welcome back bro….we wish you too de best of luck.

  16. junior mafia says:

    Kantoose kwasia ba u think havn a tatoo means u are patriotic.did he wish we wel last year?