Ghana and Anderlecht winger Frank Acheampong has urged Ghanaians to forgive and move on, in the wake of Sulley Muntari's apology for a 2014 Fifa World Cup bust-up.
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“Well Sulley has apologized and even your father when you offend him and apologize he forgives you,” Acheampong told football 360 on viasat 1
Muntari was sent home ahead of Ghana's last group game with Portugal for an "unprovoked physical attack" on Black Stars Management Committee member Moses Armah 'Parker' during a disagreement over outstanding player appearance fees.
Subsequently handed an indefinite suspension from the national set-up, the former Inter Milan man initially hesitated, but finally yielded an apology - two years after the incident in Brazil.
Acheampong told football 360 on viasat 1: “Well Sulley has apologized and even your father when you offend him and apologize he forgives you,”
“I think he still has what it takes and once he has apologized lets all move on as one.”
Muntari has 84 caps with 20 goals for the Black Stars, featuring at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 Fifa World Cup tournaments.
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