The Stromgsgodset skipper believes he has been given a raw deal by the technical team of the Black Stars but remains unfazed for telling the truth
The Norway-born shot-stopper criticised Ghana’s goalkeepers’ trainer Nassamu Yakubu over his training methods and coach Kwesi Appiah for allegedly bowing to pressure to remove him from the starting lineup a few hours before the clash against Germany at the World Cup.
“No one forced me to say something,” Kwarasey told BT. “I said what I felt about what I experienced during the World Cup. Notwithstanding, it's not my problem.”
“I do not see the reason why I should be removed from the team based on what I said. The other keepers they have called all are in their off season.”
He added: “I think what I said was misunderstood by some people. The stuff there that was not good. When I said that I support them (Muntari and Boateng), I believe that everyone has his limit. They were pushed to their limit and stood up for themselves and the rest of us.”