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Ghanaian forward Kevin Prince Boateng not giving up on Black Stars return
- Hertha Berlin attacker Kevin Prince Boateng says he is still waiting for a call to the national team of Ghana
- The 34-year-old has been very interested in the team playing at the Africa Cup of Nations, racting to every game
- With Ghana set for a final group C showdown against Comoros Island, Prince Boateng has sent a subtle reminder to the team
German-born Ghanaian international, Kevin Prince-Boateng has reminded the technical handlers and management of the Black Stars he is ready to return to the national team.
The 34-year-old Hertha Berlin star, had earlier tweeted after the Morocco defeat that, the Black Stars should call him.
And ahead of the match against Comoros on Tuesday, which will be a decider of the team's progress to the last 16, Boateng tweeted he is still waiting.
Prince-Boateng last played for the senior national team of Ghana in 2014, at the World Cup in Brazil.
His tournament ended prematurely after he allegedly disrespected authorities, and had to be sent away from camp together with Sulley Muntari.
Meanwhile, his love for the Black Stars has been visible since making his debut.
"Ghana should have just called me. Next game, three points," he wrote on Twitter after the Morocco game.
Before the Gabon match on Friday, he again went on Twitter to post the starting line up, showing his support for the team.
However, he was disappointed after the game, when Ghana threw away an 18th minute to draw 1-1.
A relentless Kevin Prince Boateng is back with another tweet, and this time, he says he is waiting.
K.P Boateng misses Ghana
Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, Hertha Berlin star, Kevin Prince Boateng has missed wearing the colours of the national team of Ghana after last playing for the Black Stars eight years ago.
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The 34-year-old midfielder's last game for Ghana was against the United States of America at the World Cup in Brazil 2014, and was sacked from camp later for indiscipline.
However, in a reply to a fan's tweet few days ago, the forward admitted to missing the Black Stars especially after watching them lose to Morocco at the Africa Cup of Nations.