Ex-Barcelona Player Reveals Blueprint To Get Foreign-Born Ghanaian players Play For The Black Stars
- Hertha Belin star Kevin Prince-Boateng has opened up on how Ghana can get foreign-born players switch nationality and play for the Black Stars
- The 34-year-old, who switched allegiance from Germany to play for Ghana in 2009, disclosed the Black Stars needs to be attractive
- Ghana were bundled out of the Africa Cup of Nations at the group stages after defeat to Comoros Island
German-born Ghanaian attacker, Kevin Prince-Boateng, has advised the Football Association to make the Black Stars attractive for foreign-born players to willingly join.
The ex-AC Milan star switched nationality to play for Ghana in 2009 and joined the team for the World Cup in 2010.
However, the FA has struggled to convince players such as Callum Hudson-Odoi and Tariq Lamptey to play for the Black Stars.
And Prince-Boateng, who was speaking on Twitter spaces revealed the cause of the players reluctance to represent the country of their parents.
“You have to make the team attractive for the players to want to play for Ghana. Ghana is one of the biggest countries in football and they have produced some of the world’s best players and I can’t put my thoughts together on why they lost to Comoros,” the Hertha Berlin forward said on Twitter Spaces.
“You have to make the players willing to come and play for their country and that comes with being successful and you can do that by winning games. You have to let them know that you have the big stage because every player wants a bigger platform.”
His comments come after the Black Stars' abysmal display at the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon. Ghana exited the competition at the group stages.
K.P Boateng not giving up on Ghana return
Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, 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.