How Kevin-Prince Boateng feels off the pitch goes a long way in determining the football he'll display on it, and Las Palmas have seen the best of the Ghanaian, who is happy with life at his new club.
Las Palmas' shirt sales have been boosted with the arrival of the 29-year-old. The popularity of the Ghana international in Gran Canaria seems to be on the rise day-in-day-out. The numerous t-shirts, signs of affection and messages received daily by Boateng is just unbelievable.
At the Las Palmas' Gran Canaria Carnival celebrated on Saturday, a group of fans dressed as 'costaleros' (The people who carry the pasos proudly on their shoulders) and carried an image of Prince Boateng, in remembrance of the holy week.
There were fans who even disguised themselves as the ex-AC Milan midfielder.
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