Suspended Ghana duo Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari have surprisingly refused to pass any comment on Ghana’s AFCON campaign in Equatorial Guinea.
AC Milan midfielder Michael Essien who was overlooked by head coach Avram Grant is yet to officially comment on the team’s campaign, as well as Adam Kwarasey who, according to Ghana FA officials, failed to respond to call-ups.
Ghana opened their campaign on Monday evening with a 2-1 reverse against Senegal in Mongomo and must now work above themselves to quality out of a Group C that also comprises South Africa and Algeria.
Essien and Muntari had been an integral part of the Ghana squad prior to the chaotic 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign, which caused Muntari to coup suspension while Essien’s international fate appears to be in a limbo.
Muntari is officially on suspension along with Schalke 04 midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng since they got sacked from Ghana’s team during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Kevin Boateng, known on social media to always express his backing for the team during times that he was out of the national team has failed to comment on the team’s campaign and seems to be focusing on his training with Bundesliga giants Schalke who are on mid-season training, tweeting; “That 2 times training mood”.
Kwarasey has not used his Twitter since January 13 and has not officially said anything about the team’s campaign.