Ghana midfielder, Sulley Muntari, has revealed that because of corrupt practices in Ghana most talented youth players don’t get the chance to play in the national youth team.
According to the former AC Milan and Inter Milan star man because of the corrupt practices it has hindered the progress of the Ghana’s youth football in comparison with the past.
Ghana, in the 1990’s established their dominance in World football at the youth level with various football stars making a mark for themselves.
“Ghana has raw and amazing talents but then most of them have to pay their way through to up there. But when I was picked to go national U-17, I didn’t pay for one penny at that time, so I was just picked because they liked the way I played,” he said on Football Legends Night Show on GH One TV.
He added: “I think the journalist together with the FA should work hard to find a solution to this problem and help the nations. Because most Ghanaians are not happy with what they are seeing comparing to players like Stephen Appiah, Laryea Kingston, Sammy Kuffour, Abedi Pele and Augustine Arhinful.”