Previous IBF Welterweight champion, Joshua Clottey has reprimanded Black Stars Coach Avram Grant's choice not to name Sulley Muntari in his 31-man preparatory squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, expressing that Ghana would require the AC Milan winger to exceed expectations at the mainland title.
The previous Inter Milan and Udinese midfielder is as yet serving an uncertain suspension after he was tossed out of the Black Stars camp at the 2014 World Cup for striking an administration part of the senior national group.
"He is a Ghanaian and most likely they will get back to him one day and that day is presently. I am not saying this in light of the fact that I know Sulley Muntari or he is my companion, I am stating this. When you call him and he doesn't come, then he realizes that Ghana called him and he would like to come and play however stop this discussion about he not being aware," Clottey told Accra-based radio station Starr 103.5fm.
"Toward the end of the day, Grant does not know anything about Sulley being impolite to the GFA so in the event that it was allowed to Grant to sit unbothered he would call Sulley however perhaps there are individuals around the man persuading him not to call Sulley. We require Sulley for the AFCON," the Ghanaian boxer included.
Sulley Muntari, who made his AFCON debut at the Ghana 2008, is situated to miss his third mainland rivalry emulating his nonattendance at the Angola 2010 and South Africa 2013 competitions.