Sulley Muntari has been released from his AC Milan contract by mutual consent, allowing him to find a new club this summer. Muntari, 30, signed a new two-year deal last summer but made only 16 Serie A appearances for the Rossoneri last season. Click here to read the full article on espnfc.co.uk ...
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- Posted on 15/12/11.
Hey guys, As you may have noticed on Saturday, I am back and fully fit to play again!!! It was great to be brought on to play with the guys against Fiorentina…and even better that we won! I played most of the 2nd half and I got close to scoring a few times but it was the great goals fromContinue Reading
- Posted on 1/12/11.
Hey, So… my recovery from my knee injury is all on track. I’m almost back to full fighting fitness and it feels great! The doctors have been fantastic and I am responding well to therapy. Thanks again for all your well wishes, it’s nice to know people are rooting for me out there. Unfortunately, some people out there are notContinue Reading
- Posted on 18/11/11.
Hi Guys, Thanks for all your messages after my injury in Tuesday’s match against Gabon. I want you all to know that I am fine and even went running with my teammates when I returned to Milan on Wednesday. I have had a number of scans and it looks as if I might have stretched my knee ligament too farContinue Reading
- Posted on 15/11/11.
Hey guys, As most of you know, the Ghana Black Stars team have been in Paris for almost 6 days now training and preparing towards our friendly matches! We play against Gabon tonight and I’m captain! It is such a great honour and I can’t wait to get out on the pitch especially after our game against Sierra Leone wasContinue Reading
- Posted on 3/11/11.
Hey everyone, With the draw for the African Cup of Nations last week I am now beginning to get really excited for the start of the tournament and the Black Stars’ first match against Botswana on 24 January 2012. I think that a lot will be expected of us in the tournament and we really are determined to go aContinue Reading
- Posted on 20/10/11.
Congratulations to all the boys for the 1-0 win over Lille in the Champions League this week. Great goal from Giampaolo Pazzini! Following my start against Catania last weekend, I am training hard with the team back in Milan and really looking forward to the next game against Chievo on Saturday at the San Siro. My wife Menaye is awayContinue Reading
- Posted on 13/10/11.
Great atmosphere on Tuesday at Vicarage Road. The crowd was fantastic! I played in the 2nd half – it was a strong competitive game despite just being a ‘friendly’! A shame that we couldn’t get the win, but it was a good match. I’m now back in Milan, training ahead of the game this weekend against Catania. Keep checking outContinue Reading
- Posted on 11/10/11.
I am in Watford tonight to play in the friendly between Ghana and Nigeria, cant wait! It feels great to be coming into the match after such a good win at the weekend against Sudan, booking our place in January’s Africa Cup of Nations. Our aim is to take this winning momentum into tonight’s match. Nigeria are a great sideContinue Reading
- Posted on 7/10/11.
Welcome to my new official website, which I hope will give you all a chance to learn more about me, through latest news, videos, a forum and much more. I will also be playing video games online and inviting you to join in, so watch this space! It has been a busy few months, and not just because of launchingContinue Reading
- Posted on 9/09/11.
Sulley Muntari was born 27 August 1984 in Konongo, Ghana and is a Ghanaian footballer who currently plays as a central midfielder for Inter Milan in the Italian Serie A. He has been capped 57 times by Ghana. Muntari began his career with Liberty Professionals in Accra, and had become a regular starter in the national under 20 team byContinue Reading
Sulley Muntari released by AC Milan as contract cancelled with year left to run
- Posted on 2/07/15
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Sulley Muntari talks Milan, racism and car mechanics
AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari talks about his life in Italy, dealing with racism and his passion for fixing cars. The Ghanaian, who had spells in England with Portsmouth and Sunderland, is one of an elite few to have played for both AC and Inter Milan and he is enjoying his time in the city. Click here to read the full article on BBC Sport ...
- Posted on 22/10/13
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Play Games online with Sulley
For up-to-date online gaming appearances by Sulley, watch this space.
Sunday, December 18th 2011, 6:00pm
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