After seeing the Black Stars lose to Morocco in their tournament opener on Monday, former Ghanaian international midfielder Kelvin Prince Boateng felt he should have been notified for the Africa Cup of Nations.
After Monday’s game, Boateng who is no suspended for international duty, wrote on social media, “Ghana should have invited me, next game 3 points, let’s go Black Stars.”
Ghana will need to win their next match, against Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s Gabon on Friday, to improve their chances of progressing to the knockout round of the championship.
The Black Stars would then face Comoros during their last group match on January 18.
Ghana advanced to the Round of 16 at the most recent continental gathering in Egypt in 2019 after finishing first, Cameroon, Benin, and Guinea-Bissau we’re all members of group F.
The Black Stars we’re looking for their fifth title, with their last triumph coming in Libya in 1982.
Boateng hasn’t played for Ghana ever since 2014 World Cup.
Despite Boateng’s denials, the GFA has barred him from playing for the national team indefinitely.
Later, it was revealed that the attackers exile may be lifted if he made an official atonement for his actions, something he has failed to do despite repeatedly professing his intentions to honor a call-up if he is ever called up to national.
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