The Ghana Football Association (GFA) acknowledged five years ago that they received a letter of apology from Sulley Ali Muntari over his indefinite suspension from the Black Stars.
The Saudi Arabia-based apologized for actions at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil which led to his indefinite suspension from the senior national team.
The midfielder was handed the indefinite ban for an unprovoked physical attack on Black Stars management Moses Armah at the tournament in Brazil and was asked to apologise to stand any chance of playing for the country again.
Below is the full letter of apology Sulley Muntari sent to the GFA five years ago:
LETTER OF APOLOGY
“I write to express my sincere apology to the Ghana Football Association and the entire nation for any embarrassment that my action in Brazil brought to the Black Stars Team, the Ghana Football Association, and my beloved country Ghana.
“I have reflected on what happened and I am deeply sorry and apologize to all the stakeholders in the GFA who were offended by my actions.
“Ghana has a special place in my heart and I will forever be indebted to my country and all the fans who have supported me from the beginning.
“I am always available to play for the Senior National Team of Ghana whenever I am invited.”
Muntari is currently a player of Hearts of Oak and won the President’s Cup with the Phobians this season.