3 July 2014

Ghana: Disciplinary Sanction for Essien, A New Code of Conduct for Ghana

Ghana is recovering gradually from disposal from World Cup 2014. Whilst all started well despite losing to the USA and a heroic draw against Germany, the hope was put before the last game of Black Stars against Portugal.

Then wham. Strike on premiums claims will ultimately be conveyed by plane by night, worse, notorious indiscipline scenes in a group that lived well before. Sulley Muntari and Prince Boateng are dismissed in full tournament a few hours before facing the Selecao.

At the "day of reckoning, other information arise such as the refusal to Michael Essien to warm up before the match against Portugal. The latter was displeased to learn that he does not start the game.

A new strict disciplinary code!

Michael Essien will not get away with it. GFA (Ghana Football Association) said Wednesday that they would punish the AC Milan player. For a pro like him in the workforce, his behavior cannot be tolerated, said essentially Kwesi Nyantakyi, the GFA boss.

In addition, Kwesi Appiah said a new disciplinary code would be introduced to regulate life in the Black Stars. "Now we will select relevant players. We will not tolerate indiscipline and a new code of conduct will be drawn tighter", he added.

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