Kevin Prince Boateng Receives Massive Support For Black Stars Call Up Against Nigeria

Many people have different opinions about how Ghana’s Black Stars should approach their match against Super Green Eagles of Nigeria. Many names have been talked around in preparation for the World Cup qualification before the squad is made official.

Former players and pundits have expressed their opinions on the team’s future player call-ups. 

Prince Tagoe, a former Accra Hearts of Oak striker, has urged for Kevin-Prince Boateng to be included in the team that will face Nigeria later this month.

“Our game against Nigeria is very crucial and we need players like Kevin-Prince Boateng to help Ghana qualify to the World Cup.” “He has the character and attitude to play such big games.” He told Angel TV Sports.

If the technical managers of the Black Stars give him another chance to wear the national colors, the Hertha BSC forward will add great improvement to the team since he is a superb player.

CHECK THIS:  Mino Raiola: Super Agent Who Represented The Likes Of Erling Haaland And Paul Pogba Dies Aged 54

Kevin-Prince Boateng has once been a major star and a fan favorite. He is regarded as a player capable of providing a coach with a variety of options in a given game. 

He was a key player of the Black Stars’ World Cup-winning squad in South Africa in 2010. The team came close to being the first African team to reach the World Cup semi-finals thanks to Luis Saurez’s handball. 

For the first time in World Cup history, an African country hosted the tournament, and the former AC Milan striker seized control of the midfield.

Kevin-Prince Boateng scored the opening goal for Ghana against the United States of America, and the Black Stars went on to win 2:1. 

CHECK THIS:  EFL 'extremely disappointed' after Government halts scheduled £100m loan to Championship clubs

Later, he became involved in a slew of scandals, abruptly ending his time with the national squad. Many people have asked for his inclusion in the National team on numerous occasions since then.

It’s unclear whether Otto Addo and his colleagues will give Kevin-Prince Boateng another chance to wear the red, gold, and green jersey against Nigeria.

Sulley Ali Muntari and Kevin-Prince have been identified as players that could provide expertise and exposure to Ghana’s team, as the nation looks to beat their opponents.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button