I want to look wild—Sulley Muntari on why he ‘beats’ opponents


Ghana international, Sulley Muntari, has disclosed he plays hard game on opponents and sometimes attacks them to be feared in an attempt to scare them away.

Muntari is said to be one of the ‘bad boys’ in football for his brutal play and has history of not taking it lightly with opponents, who challenge him badly.

One of the many instances was in the Brazil 2014 World Cup, when he angrily knelt on USA international midfielder, Jermaine Jones, after a bad challenge in a group stage match.

The 35-year-old former AC Milan midfielder said he wants to look wild to opposition players but is not in any way a bad boy, he wants to be feared because it is his job.

“Whenever I am playing, I always want to beat my opponents to scare them away”, Muntari said on UTV.

“I always want to beat them as in kicking them all the time so they become afraid because that’s what feeds me, that’s my work and that’s what I eat.

“Is not as if I am a bad boy or anything, but I always want to look wild on the pitch because that is my job and that’s what I eat.”

The 2011 Champions League winner is without a club, but rumours abound he is on his way to South Africa to hold talks with a club, with his choice being Kaizer Chiefs.

Source: MyNewsGh.com/Sports/2020

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