Sulley Muntari retires from football

More articles

- Advertisement -
Zionfelix is a renowned blogger, social media influencer, Publicist/PRO, Radio & TV Personality. He holds BSc Information Studies & Political Science from the University of Ghana, Legon. He's the host of entertainment shows "Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix", "Zionfelix Uncut" and "Gossip Palour With Zionfelix" Contact: +233242544313 IG & Twitter: @Zionfelixdotcom

Former Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Ali Muntari has announced his retirement from football.

The footballer who has been in Qatar with the Black Stars providing morale support to the the team made the announcement following Ghana’s win over South Korea at the ongoing 2022 Fifa World Cup.

Sulley was playing for Ghana Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak at the time of his retirement.

READ ALSO: World Cup: I was very confident Portugal will beat Ghana – Big Akwes

Muntari told Sky Sports that he played in the local league to satisfy the wishes of his son and that is done.

In his prime, Sulley Muntari plied his trade in Italian, Spanish and English clubs including Udinese, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Portsmouth, Deportivo La Coruña among others.

Muntari won his first senior cap against Slovenia on 17 May 2002, and became a regular fixture in the team as The Black Stars opened their 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.

The midfielder also played at three world cups for the Ghana Black stars in 2006, 2010 and 2014.

- Advertisement -


- Advertisement -