Former Black Stars captain, C. K. Akunnor has urge the Black Stars management team to settle any dispute with Kelvin Prince Boateng.
The former Portsmouth midfield attacker has expressed his desire to play for the Black Stars again in an interview he granted with CCTV.
Kelvin was suspended from the team for using vulgar verbal insults to former head coach Kwesi Appiah during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
“For me it’s good news but I believe he knows there are problems pending but I will urge the management team to settle that dispute with Kelvin.
“We need quality and experienced players to play for the national team and with no doubt, Kelvin are one of them.
“For me Munatri’s issue was obvious and he wrote a letter of apology but with Kelvin, nobody knows about the issue so if he comes back to the team, it will bring back the good spirit and I know the management will be happy to have him back.
“We all know there the commissioners recommended he shouldn’t be given the chance to play for the country again but the question is do we need him at the moment? For me he will be good addition to the team.