Boateng gives his version

2014-06-27 16:18
Kevin-Prince Boateng (AFP)

Cape Town - In an exclusive interview with German sports paper, Sport Bild, Kevin Prince Boateng gave his side to what happened before he was suspended following an incident in Ghana training.

The player was sent home after “vulgar verbal insults targeted at coach Kwesi Appiah during the team’s training session in Maceio” the Ghanaian FA confirmed of their website.

Boateng said that he and Sully Muntari joked after a duel and Appiah stopped training to find out what the jokes, reports Soccer Laduma.

“The coach stopped the whole training and asked why we are laughing. We told him that everything is ok. But he sent us into the changing room.”

“After the practice I went to the coach to find out what’s his agenda against me. But when I asked him, he started shouting at me. He insulted me with words like ‘F*** off.’”

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