- Former Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari has broken his silence following the death of his mother
- The 2010 UEFA Champions League winner lost his mother, Hajia Kande, in May last year
- Sulley Muntari returned to Ghana to play for Hearts of Oak for six months, winning the President Cup and the FA Cup
Legendary Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari says he is yet to come to terms with the passing of his beloved mother, Hajia Kande.
The former Inter Milan star lost his mother in May last year.
Muntari, whose mother was supportive of his career, almost broke down in tears as he opened up on the void left in his life by her passing.
"I haven't accepted it yet. I don't think I will because she took a huge part of me. She was my everything, she is my everything and now she has given me the strength to take care of my siblings which I was ready for," he told Dan Kwaku Yeboah TV on YouTube.
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Muntari's mother is famous for publicly defending her son during the 2014 World Cup debacle, where the midfielder reportedly fought a Black Stars management member.
The 37-year-old returned to Ghana last year to play for topflight side Accra Hearts of Oak, helping the Phobians win the President Cup and the FA Cup.
Muntari enjoyed an illustrious career abroad, winning several titles including the 2010 UEFA Champions League in 2010. He was part of Inter Milan's 2010 treble winning team.
The 2008 English FA Cup winner with Portsmouth last played for the Black Stars of Ghana at the 2014 World Cup.
Sulley Muntari reveals why his son stopped watching his games
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that legendary Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari has shared his experience playing in the domestic topflight league with Hearts of Oak.
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The 37-year-old spent six months with the Accra-based club, winning the President Cup and the FA Cup.
His decision to play in the Ghana Premier League was because his son wanted to watch him play, but Jamal Muntari quit going to the stadium after two games because his father could not score goals.