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Boateng and Muntari sacked from camp E-mail
Written by Patrick Doamekpor   

Newafricansoccer.com is reporting that Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah has wielded his disciplinary axe on duo Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari from the Ghana World Cup team camp for various degrees of misconduct.

The decision was finally taken in a meeting on Thursday morning after both players like the rest of the team finally received their much awaited World Cup appearance fees which has plunged the country into a negative media limelight.

They have been ordered to leave the team’s Palace Hotel base in Brasilia by 10: 00 GMT.

Muntari and Kevin are reported to have physically assaulted Medeama owner, Moses Parker, after an altercation between the player and the Black Stars management committee member in the Black Stars camp in Brasilia, Ghana Sports can confirm.

The incident, according to Ghanasportsonline source close to the team, happened when tempers flared up during a meeting between the management committee members and the playing body.

Sulley, who overly got furious over Moses Parker's comment on an issue they were discussing, rushed on the Medama bankroller and punched him in the face.

 
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