Ex-Ghana FA boss Dr Nyaho Tamakloe says he will lead a campaign to remove Avram Grant as Ghana coach if he recalls Sulley Muntari, Michael Essien and Kevin-Prince Boateng to the Black Stars unless they show remorse for their actions during the 2014 World Cup.
Dr Tamakloe says he will embark on a campaign to remove the Israeli from his post if he goes ahead to invite the trio without the necessary apologies for their actions at the 2014 World Cup.
Grant is preparing to name his squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations and it is suspected some of the three players could be invited for the tournament in Equatorial Guinea.
Muntari and Boateng have been hit with indefinite suspensions from the Black Stars for engaging in various acts of indiscipline at the World Cup staged in Brazil.
Essien on the other hand is facing a lesser probe for his failure to warm up in Ghana’s final World Cup game against Portugal and is yet to be hit with any sanction.
But former GFA boss Nyaho Tamakloe insists the national team doors must be kept shut for these three players unless they placate Ghanaians with a public apology.
“If Avram Grant goes ahead to invite Sulley Muntari, Michael Essien and Kevin-Prince Boateng, I will lead campaign to ensure the he doesn’t succeed in everything he does in this country,” he told Joy FM.
“If they go ahead to apologize then that is fine.
“They have to show respect not only to the team but to Ghanaians.
“For Muntari, this is not the first time; this is not the second time. This is the third time [he is misbehaving].”
The trio are unlikely to be named in Ghana’s squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations which kicks off in January.
New Ghana coach Avram Grant however says all players are welcome to work under him at the Black Stars once they submit themselves to his disciplinary code.