GHANA are set to throw former Tottenham star Kevin Prince Boateng and ex-Sunderland man Sulley Muntari out of their World Cup squad.
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Boateng and Muntari – who also both played for Portsmouth – are expected to be booted out of the Black Stars’ Brazil camp for indiscipline.
According to reports, Muntari slapped Ghana Management Committee member Moses Armah Parker after a row.
And Boateng is believed to have clashed with coach Kwasi Appiah during a training session.
Their behaviour is set to result in an early end to their World Cups despite Ghana taking on Portugal in a must-win Group G clash tonight (5pm).
Muntari is banned for the game against Portugal after picking up two yellow cards in the competition so far.
Boateng is available but was left out of Appiah’s starting line-up for Ghana’s opening match against USA.