Sulleyman Ali “Sulley” Muntari  was born 27 August 1984 in Konongo, Ghana

He is a central midfielder, but can also play as Defensive Midfielder. He also plays for the Ghana national team. During his early childhood he was mentored by Ghanaian soccer legend Kwadwo Owusu-Boaitey. He credits Owusu-Boaitey and Nate Lee-Deison for much of his success… Ghanaian footballer Sulley Muntari is a year older today. Join us in wishing him a Happy Birthday!

 

Have a blessed day Muntari!

Menaye Donkor’s Baby Is Absolutely adorable …International footballer Sulley Muntari’s  wife Menaye Donkor, the former beauty queen, philanthropist, and businesswoman posted this adorable photo of the couples’ first child below on her Instagram with the caption:

”I couldn’t help myself

#Godsmasterpiece #proudmama#praisetheLord #praiseHiswork #blessed#mybaby

#motherspride #JKM#thankGodalways #happysaturday ”

Aaaaaaaw cuteness overloaded! Perfect In Every Way…

Photo Credit: Menaye Donkor Instagram

Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan picked his dream World X1 with no space for any of his compatriots.

Asamoah Gyan

The 29-year-old left out Stephen Appiah, Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari in his preferred XI.

Howevere there were places for Brazil legend Cafu and Ronaldo while former German captain Michael Ballack as well as Lionel Messi found their way in his team.

Below is Asamoah Gyan’s best XI players

Goalkeeper: Dida

Right Back: Cafu

Left Back: Roberto Carlos

Central Defence: Liliam Thuram and Laurent Blanc

Midfield: Patrick Vieira, Michael Ballack, Marc Overmars and Mauro Camronesi

Attackers: Lionel Messi and Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima

Source: GhanaNews

Menaye-Donkor-and-Sulley-MuntariMenaye Muntari, the wife of Ghanaian/A.C. footballer/ Milan Sulley Muntari is rated the most beautiful on the WaGs list. This ranking was done by the richlifestyle website who said  “the beautiful game of football has made many African footballers very rich; with success and fame these players have some of the sexiest African women in their lives. Not like European WAGs (WAGs refer to wives and girlfriends of sportsmens) who enjoy fame and a sort of notoriety in the media, most African WAGs are very low-key; they stay out of the public eye.”

Richlifestyle’s ratings put Menaye on top of the list. The Canadian-born Ghanaian model, entrepreneur and philanthropist won the Miss Universe Ghana in 2004. In 2007…

With her degree in marketing from York University, Toronto, Canada, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Business  Science (BBusSci), MBA, and Master of Marketing Research (MMR) she not only is the most beautiful but the most impressive wife on the list…Talk about beauty with Brains!  Sulley sure is one lucky husband…

Photo Credit: Menaye

moses-vs-muntariMoses Armah says  ‘Muntari Slapped Me Twice And I Punched Him’.

Medeama SC President Moses Armah says he was provoked by Sulley Muntari to retaliate after he was attacked by the Black Stars midfielder during a meeting in Brasilia last week.

The usually calm Mr Armah, also known as Mospacka, a member of the FA Executive Committee, said he reluctantly hit back after he had received two slaps from the player.

“Initially, I didn’t want to touch him because he is a player, but I was compelled to defend myself when he slapped my face twice,” Mr Armah told the Graphic Sports.

Narrating his ordeal to the Graphic Sports on phone from the US, the Black Stars Management Committee member said he and his colleagues found Muntari’s behaviour very strange, as if he was possessed.

According to him, it all started when the players called the management members to a meeting regarding the team’s appearance fees last Tuesday following a sudden boycott of training earlier that day.

He said during the meeting the players were assured of payment of their money as promised by the government earlier.

“When it came to my turn to speak I urged the players to be patient while we all waited for the money in Brazil as promised by the President,” he recalled.

He said he had hardly finished speaking when Muntari rose up and shouted at him to keep quiet, to the surprise of everybody present.

“He then approached me and slapped me in the face. But because he is a player I hesitated to reply but he returned to give me another slap which infuriated me, and that compelled me to reply him with a heavy blow straight to his face,” he added.

The Medeama SC chief noted that the power behind the punch sent the player reeling on the floor, leaving him with a bloodied face.

It was then that people at the meeting stepped in to separate them and sent him to his hotel room.

But while thinking the fight was over, Muntari suddenly rushed into his room, wearing only his shorts and tried to attack him again but for the intervention of some national security officials present who whisked him to the porch while FA officials restrained the player in the room.

He said a few minutes later, an incensed Muntari got up, took hold of the FA man’s three mobile phones and laptop, and smashed them on the ground, damaging them in the process.

Mr Armah said could not fathom what came over the player to behave the way he did.

He said following the player’s behaviour he was impressed upon to relocate to another hotel, which he did.

He further disclosed that following the incident Muntari’s parents called him from Ghana to apologise for their son’s behaviour.

“I was also told that Muntari’s wife came looking for me to apologise on her husband’s behalf when I left the hotel,” he revealed.

He described what happened in the Stars campaign in Brazil as unfortunate but still believed that the team had a huge potential for the future.

Source: allsports.com.gh

 

Black Stars midfielders, Kevin Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari have been sacked from the team camp in Brazil.

Gary Al-Smith who is in Brazil said  the two were sacked for fighting at the team’s training two days ago. There had been reports that Kevin Prince Boateng had exchanged words with the Coach Akwasi Appiah.

According to Al-Smith, Kevin Prince Boateng swore at the coach and that led to back and forth exchanges something Akwasi Appiah did not take lightly. The two were given 30 minutes to leave the team’s camp Brasilia.

It is unclear how the sacking of the two will impact on the rest of the team who will be playing a major game on Thursday. The team had earlier threatened to boycott the Ghana-Portugal match if their appearance fees were not paid on time.

Source: CitiSports Team

The Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien has been selected in Ghana’s 26-man squad for the World Cup finals. The squad will be cut to 23 at the start of June.

Asamoah Gyan, the former Sunderland striker, and Sulley Muntari, the former Portsmouth midfielder, are also set to appear in their third consecutive World Cup finals.

Goalkeepers: Adam Kwarasey, Fatau Dauda, Stephen Adams

Defenders: Samuel Inkoom, Daniel Opare, Harrison Afful, Jeffrey Schullp, John Boye, Jonathan Mensah, Jerry Akaminko, Rashid Sumaila

Midfielders: Michael Essien, Rabiu Mohammed, Agyemang Badu, Kwadwo Asamoah, Sulley Muntari, Albert Adomah, Wakasu Mubarak, Christian Atsu, David Accam, André Ayew, Afriyie Acquah

Strikers: Asamoah Gyan, Kevin Prince Boateng, Abdul Majeed Waris, Jordan Ayew.