Former Ghanaian international, Dan Quaye has called for the inclusion of Sulley Muntari and Kevin Prince-Boateng for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
The pair have been out of the national team due to disciplinary reasons since 2014.
Muntari and Prince Boateng were sacked from the camp of the Black Stars for causing mayhem at the camp of the team.
Sulley Muntari was reported to have damaged gadgets worth $8000 belonging to former Black Stars management committee member, Moses Armah Parker whiles Kevin Prince Boateng was reported to have used vulgar words for Coach Kwesi Appiah.
Chairman for the Ghana FA Normalization Committee, Dr Kofi Amoah, in an interview with Metro TV last week Thursday revealed that he has had a discussion about the future of Muntari and Prince Boateng ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations but insisted he will not be disappointed if Kwesi Appiah snub both players.
Football enthusiasts in the country have rubbished Dr Amoah’s suggestion of discussing the future of two the players with Coach Kwesi Appiah.
However, the former Hearts of Oak defender insists including both players in Kwesi Appiah’s squad for the 32nd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations will serve as an inspiration to the young players.
Coach Kwesi Appiah is set to name his provisional squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations on May 20.
The technical handlers have been charged to end the country’s 37 years trophy drought in Egypt or will be shown the exit.
The Black Stars are in Group F alongside reigning champions Cameroon, Guinea Bissau and Benin.
The tournament have been scheduled to kick off on June 21 to July 19.