Sulley Muntari will be key for Black Stars if he apologizes, says John Pantsil
By Rahman Osman
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Former Black Stars defender John Pantsil believes Sulley Muntari international career is far from over despite being thrown out of camp at the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals.
Muntari was expelled for physically attacking a Black Stars management committee member Moses Armah.
But Pantsil says a remorseful Muntari should be made to represent the Black Stars if he honestly apologizes to all parties involved.
“Sulley is player I know very well and I feel if he is wrong and apologizes he can still give a lot to the nation,” the former West Ham united player told GHANASoccernet.com
“Let’s hope all parties are able to settle this issue amicably.”
Pantsil recently signed for South African Premier Soccer League side Maritzburg after playing in the second-tier league with Santos last season.