Kevin Prince Boateng

by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                    

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One time Black Stars player, Kevin Prince Boateng says he is open to rejoining the Black Stars if he gets a call up implying he sees nothing wrong with his exchanges with coach Kwesi Appiah.

“They had their reasons and threw me out but it will be nice to play my third World Cup. Not every player gets that chance,” the in-form Las Palmas player told CCTV in an interview.

He added “it’s a big dream to play at the World Cup. I can’t say no. we have to hold talks because I don’t want to go back with bad spirits.”

Kevin Prince Boateng and colleague Sulley Muntari got expelled from the Ghana camp following heated exchanges with coach Appiah and some management members in a disastrous campaign which saw Ghana eliminated by Portugal at the Brazil mundial.

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