Ghana is preparing to face Nigeria in a World Cup play-off. To prevent the pain of Cameroon, Ghana’s Black Stars have a new set of technical members, despite the fact that coach Otto Addo was a member of Milovan Rajevac’s backroom team.
Otto Addo has not yet made his squad for the forthcoming battle public, Sulley Ali Muntari is one player who deserves another shot at the national team.
With some vitality coursing through his veins, the former Inter Milan player chose to depart the European scene and pursue other opportunities. Sulley Ali Muntari has finally succumbed to the temptation to play for Accra Hearts of Oak.
Sulley has not only lived up to the expectations of playing in the Ghana Premier League, but has also demonstrated why he is needed, particularly in crucial moments against sworn enemies, the Super Green Eagles of Nigeria. The last three outings for Accra Hearts of Oak demonstrate how Ghana must maximize the benefits of the deep-lying playmaker’s achievements.
Sulley was heavily involved in crucial moments during the Premier League match versus Asante Kotoko at the Accra Sports Stadium. In the opener, Sulley was in the spotlight following his brilliant whipping of a corner for Isaac Mensah to score.
After leading his side to victory over Asante Kotoko in this year’s President’s Cup final, Sulley became the fans’ favorite.
As Ghana prepares to face Nigeria without skipper Dede Ayew, Sulley’s presence on and off the field may be defined as necessary. His work rate contradicts his age, and he might be an asset to the squad.