Ghanaian Midfielder in Training Ground Bust Up With Hertha Berlin Teammate

Ghanaian Midfielder in Training Ground Bust Up With Hertha Berlin Teammate

  • Hertha Berlin midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng had a training ground disagreement with teammate Myzianne Maolida this week
  • Some players and coach of Hertha Berlin, Tayfun Korkutof, were seen pulling Boateng away in the wake of the exchanges
  • Boateng rejoined his boyhood club, Hertha Berlin, as a free agent, having parted ways with Serie B side AC Monza in June 2021

Ghanaian international Kevin-Prince Boateng and Hertha Berlin teammate Myzianne Maolida were reportedly involved in a training ground scuffle this week.

Ghana World Cup Star in Training Ground Bust Up With Hertha Berlin Teammate
Boateng was named in Ghana's squad for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil. Photo: Credit: @ghanaballers
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The reason for the exchanges between the two players is still unknown but the situation seemed a bit tense on the training ground.

Boateng was spotted unhappy with the efforts of his French teammate and things turned physical and with a lot of pushing and shoving involved.

A report by German tabloid Tagesspiegel, which is sighted by Sports Brief indicates that Boateng raised his index finger and kept screaming at Maolida.

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Some players and coach of Hertha Berlin, Tayfun Korkutof, were seen pulling Boateng away in the wake of the exchanges.

This is the second time Boateng has been involved in a training ground clash at Hertha Berlin.

Five months ago, the 34-year-old was engaged in an altercation with Hertha Berlin coach, Pal Dardai, during a training session.

Boateng rejoined his boyhood club, Hertha Berlin, as a free agent, having parted ways with Serie B side AC Monza in June 2021.

He started his career at Hertha Berlin in 2004 and rose through the ranks to become a first-team player in 2006.

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