Sulley Muntari explains why he left Hearts of Oak • Sahara Soccer

Sulley Muntari has disclosed the reason why his stick with Accra Hearts of Oak was short-lived. 

The previous Black Stars midfielder agreed to a six-month cope with the MTN FA Cup Champions 2021/22.

In a latest interview on why he failed to increase his stick with Accra Hearts of Oak though he was performing credibly effectively, he opined that, he didn’t wish to shame himself within the new season with Hearts gearing up for his or her African marketing campaign on the time.

“Yeah, I had just a few talks with them (Kotoko) I spoke to some board members as a result of I needed to assist them in Africa. (However) I used to be with Hearts of Oak at the moment,” 

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“My contract had run out and I used to be speaking with them to construct a really, very sturdy workforce. I didn’t wish to go and shame myself within the African marketing campaign.

“If you happen to qualify for the CAF Champions League or some other CAF competitors and even Europe, you put together for that. You increase the squad that you simply certified with some good gamers and construct the workforce.

“So I used to be speaking with Hearts to construct the workforce however the administration had completely different concepts. And if somebody has a unique thought, though you inform them to do stuff, in the event that they don’t wish to do it, you don’t push it.

“I’ll inform you the reality, I didn’t wish to go and shame myself. And I do know I’ve actually labored arduous by way of soccer, so for me to return and let some little issues wipe all of the work that I’ve executed, no. I gained’t do it, no. So I used to be speaking with Kotoko about the identical(factor),” he instructed Dan Kweku Yeboah TV.

Muntari performed beneath the tutelage of sacked supervisor, Samuel Boadu, throughout his stint on the membership, he helped them to efficiently defend their MTN FA Cup trophy which that they had gained two seasons in the past.

The previous Hearts of Oak participant was one among a number of former gamers, Gladson Awako, Samuel Inkoom, and Agyemang Badu to make a return to the Ghana Premier League after years of enjoying overseas. 


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