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“I never insulted our Coach”Kevin Prince Boateng

“I never insulted our Coach”Kevin Prince Boateng

Ghanaian striker Kevin-Prince Boateng has denied stories making the rounds  that he insulted Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah and insisted it was a “joke”.
He said that he was joking about the coach with Sulley Muntari during training  when the coach overheard and took offence but thought it was all settled since it was part of the usual banter in camp.
According to the  Schalke 04 midfielder
“Everything started with jokes that the Coach didn’t take well,” Boateng told German publication Sport Bild.

Kevin-Prince Boateng has denied stories that he abused Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah and insisted it was a “joke”.

The duo of Boateng and Sulley Muntari were expelled from Ghana’s World Cup for indiscipline and suspended indefinitely, but the Schalke 04 midfielder has come out to defend himself from the allegations.

“Everything started with jokes that the Coach didn’t take well,” Boateng told German publication Sport Bild.

“He told us that nothing would happen, but sent us back to the changing rooms.

“At the end of training I asked him what he had against us and he started to insult me.

“I knew I was suspended and I accept it, but I want to clarify that I never insulted Appiah.”

The duo of Kevin and Sulley were later suspended from the team and asked to leave the team camp before the black stars final group game against Portugal

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