Michael Essien believes Ghanaians will understand why Muntari resorted to violence at the 2014 World Cup with what has happened to Ghana Football
Former Chelsea midfielder, Michael Essien has stated that Sulley Ali Muntari will now be understood for slapping Management Committee Member of the Black Stars, Mr Moses Armah Parker following the Anas documentary.
Muntari was suspended indefinitely alongside former Ac Milan teammate Kevin Prince Boateng due to disciplinary issues from the camp of the Black Stars during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Muntari got expelled for slapping and destroying gadgets worth $8,000 which belongs to the Medeama SC Chief Executive Officer.
The former Inter Milan midfielder has not been recalled back to the national team for exhibiting such behavior.
“Sulley Muntari is a very calm person,”
“People misjudge him because they don’t know him.
“What happened in Brazil was unfortunate but with what has happened to Ghana Football, I think Ghanaians will now understand why Muntari slapped Mr Parker,” Michael Essien opined.
Essien played with the Portsmouth midfielder, Muntari in the Black Stars for 12 years.