Kevin-Prince Boateng has expressed regret and disappointment regarding the conclusion of his international career with the Black Stars.
Despite being born in Germany and having played for their youth team, Boateng declared his commitment to representing Ghana in 2010.
He participated in two World Cups but his time with the Black Stars came to a sudden end after the 2014 tournament in Brazil, following a disagreement with coach Kwasi Appiah.
As a result, he was dismissed from the team’s camp and has not been called up for any further appearances for Ghana.
“There were some reasons that didn’t work out how we wanted,” he told Oma Sports TV, as quoted by Ghanaweb.
“There were some misunderstandings, I feel sorry it ended like this because after 2010 we could have built something very good because we had a great team. I wish the Black Stars nothing but the best and I will always be a fan.”
Boateng, 35, scored two goals in 15 appearances for Ghana.
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