Ghana send Muntari and Boateng home from World Cup 'for indiscipline'

Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng have been expelled from Ghana's World Cup squad for disciplinary problems. The announcement comes just hours before Ghana play Portugal in their crucial final game in Group D.

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Muntari and Boateng sent home from World Cup

Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng have been expelled from Ghana's World Cup squad for disciplinary problems.

The Ghana Football Association said both had been "suspended indefinitely" in a statement.

Sulley Muntari allegedly attacked a staff member. Credit: PA

AC Milan midfielder Muntari has been punished for an alleged "unprovoked physical attack" on a member of management staff.

Boateng was sent home for "vulgar verbal assaults" towards coach Kewsi Appiah during a training session, for which he had shown "no remorse".

Kevin-Prince Boateng will play no further part in the World Cup. Credit: Reuters

The announcement comes just hours before Ghana play Portugal in their crucial final game in Group G.

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