Sulley Muntari, a former midfielder for the Black Stars, has spoken up about his brief time playing for Accra Hearts of Oak, one of Ghana’s biggest clubs, and he says he enjoyed life there.
On a temporary contract, the former AC Milan and Inter Milan player played for the Phobians in the previous campaign.
In the 2021/22 season, Sulley Muntari won the President’s Cup and the MTN FA Cup with the Phobians.
After his contract with the team expired at the end of the season, the former Black Stars midfielder departed.
The physical midfielder admitted in an interview that he enjoyed his time with the Phobians.
“The reason why I went [to Hearts of Oak] is that my son wanted to watch me play. After two games I failed to score and he said he won’t come [and watch me play] again. But I had a very good time with Hearts of Oak so it was very good.” He said.
He was at the Accra Sports Stadium for the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup first preliminary round to cheer Hearts of Oak against Real Bamako of Mali.
Muntari hoped that his former team could overcome the 3-0 loss in the first match and advance before the Malians.
Caleb Amankwah’s goal in the 90th minute gave Hearts of Oak a victory at home, but it wasn’t enough to advance them to the next round.