Retired Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu has insisted Sulley Muntari is not a problematic player.
A section of the Ghanaian football fraternity has always seen the former AC Milan midfielder as a troublesome character and has always been associated with indiscipline.
However, according to former Udinese captain Agyemang-Badu who shared the locker room with the ex-Sunderland player in the national team, Muntari is not the way people judge him to be.
“He [Sulley Muntari] is not a problematic character. So if you didn’t hear any problems about Sulley and Hearts of Oak you shouldn’t be surprised. I know Sulley very well. I have been training with him prior to this move and he advised me a lot about my career. He advised me to join a club and I joined a GPL club.
Muntari got involved in a brawl with Moses Armah who was a Black Stars Management Committee member during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
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