Reprimanding Kotoko to Join Liberty Professionals Was The First Occasion Ever I Affronted My Mother – Muntari


Previous Ghana global player, Sulley Ali Muntari has unveiled that reprimanding Asante Kotoko to play for Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League was the first occasion when he affronted his mom.

As indicated by Sulley who hails from Konongo in the Ashanti Region, it was his mom’s fantasy to see him play for the Porcupines.

Nonetheless, youthful Sulley picked to play for Liberty Professionals when the two clubs came thumping for his mark.

He disclosed that his choice to join the Dansoman based club was conceived out of the craving to acquire additionally playing opportunity to snatch enthusiasm from clubs abroad at a youthful group which had less conspicuous stars contrasted with Asante Kotoko.

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“I recollect when Liberty wanted me and my mom said no, my child will play for Kotoko,” Sulley Muntari said on McBrown’s Kitchen.

“I like Kotoko since it resembles everything and I experienced childhood in Kumasi and I saw everything. We go to the recreation center at 9:00 am before Kotoko play and they park top players,” the previous Portsmouth player expressed.

He included, “Obodai, Michael Essien, Derrick Boateng were at that point top and they all experienced Liberty. In this way, I took a gander at Kotoko and said they will get me with all the cash, I will play a smidgen however there were top players I was unable to rival. So where would i be able to contend? It was Liberty.”

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Sulley thought back that his choice to censure the Porcupines was his first demonstration of defiance to his mom which he recalls till date.

“My mother said don’t go and I stated, I will go. That was the first occasion when I affronted my mother,” the previous Inter Milan player said.

He proceeded to state, “I was unable to see my mother endure once more, so at that youthful age I needed to take that choice.”

With his effective football profession slowly crawling to an end, Ghanaian clubs like Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko have communicated enthusiasm for marking the previous Black Stars midfielder w