Sulley Muntari reaffirms his commitment to Ghana following his return to the Black Stars.
The Inter Milan midfielder was dropped from the team that finished second at the recent African Nations Cup on disciplinary grounds after he failed to make the squad for a friendly against Angola last December.
However, Muntari has now expressed his delight after patching up with his differences with Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac. "It's a pleasure and a real patriotic act to play for your country," he told skysports.com.
Muntari rejoined the team for first time this week when he scored for Ghana in their 2-1 loss to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Wednesday in Sarajevo ahead of this summer's World Cup finals in South Africa.
"To wear the Black Stars' jersey is a childhood dream. I'm proud to be Ghanaian and love my team-mates. "I would like to thank everyone for my return. Let's do well for the people of Ghana and Africa in the World Cup."
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