Rajevac wants Muntari out of camp


Sulley Muntari’s World Cup has gone from bad to worse after he was ordered out of the Ghana camp by Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac.
The Inter Milan player has cast a gloomy figure throughout Ghana’s stay here after he lost his regular place in the side but things came to a head after the Ghana-Australia 1-1 draw on Saturday when Muntari felt he should have had a bigger role.
It is understood Rajevac felt insulted by the player’s protest and on Sunday night asked team manager Opoku Afriyie to facilitate his departure from the camp.
Senior Ghana Football Association officials including President Kwasi Nyantekyie and captain Stephen Appiah have tried to intervene but Rajevac has made it clear he cannot work with the player.
Muntari stayed over at the Sun City hotel base of the Ghana team on Sunday night but there is no indication yet if he will have any further part to play in Ghana’s campaign.
Rajevac and Muntari have had a frosty relationship and it all now seems to be coming to a head at this tournament.