I am sorry – Muntari tells Ghana coach Appiah

The midfielder has shown remorse after questioning the coach’s decision to substitute him in a World Cup qualifying game two months ago
AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari has rendered an unqualified apology to the technical handlers of the Black Stars over his unruly behavior in Lesotho.

The left-footed player was unhappy with his substitution in the Lesotho – Ghana World Cup qualifying tie and that resulted in an outburst with coach Kwesi Appiah.

He was asked to apologise for his misconduct and for refusing to, the senior player of the Ghana national team was axed in the friendly against Turkey last week.

The former Inter player has since apologised after intense public backlash.

“I write this letter to render my sincere apologies to the Management, Technical Team and the entire players of the Black Stars for my [conduct] after the Lesotho/Ghana match which was played in Maseru on Sunday, 17th June 2013,” Muntari’s letter stated.

“I wish to state that this unfortunate incident will not happen again.”

The Ghana FA has accepted his apology.

“It is our hope that we will work together with harmony to ensure the continuous progress of our beloved national team of Ghana, the Black Stars,” General Secretary Emmanuel Gyimah said.