Ghana has left the World Cup in Brazil since the group stage and Schalke striker Kevin-Prince Boateng blamed the Ghanaian Football Federation for the way they treated this campaign.
Although they displayed a pretty good football, Ghana did not manage to qualify for the knockout stage at the World Cup in Brazil. There were several incidents within the squad, after which Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari Munari were sent home before the match against Portugal.
And after all this, former Milan player accused Federation for the way they treated the campaign in this tournament.
“I am very, very disappointed. It simply was no good time. It was a nightmare from the first day of preparation until the end,” Boateng told SportBild.
“I never thought that you could organise a World Cup preparation and a World Cup that badly: hotels, flights – everything in an amateurish way.
“Our flight from Miami to Brazil took 12 hours. We were in Economy Class, packed. The legs hurt. For a pro, that’s an insult. Meanwhile, our president sat in Business Class with his wife and his two kids. In Brazil the people responsible managed to lose my luggage. I did not have my football boots for days, no tapes, nothing. It was a disaster.
“Prior to the match against the US we slept in a sleazy hotel. This one can never have been recommended by Fifa. The rooms were wet. I had to change my room because it was like a swimming pool. There was water dripping from the ceiling.”