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Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has clarified happenings at the team’s camp during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Gyan dismissed reports that team mate Sulley Ali Muntari slapped then member of the Black Stars Management Committee, Moses Armah Parker, at the tournament.

The reports indicated, then, that the two had fought over appearance fees for officials and players with the midfielder kicking against any payments to officials.

Sulley is said to have slapped the Medeama SC bank roller during a meeting in camp.

But speaking on Onua Maakye on Onua TV on Monday, April 15, then captain of the Black Stars Asamoah Gyan denied the reports that such a thing happened.

“Sulley [Muntari] never slapped anybody,” he told host Captain Smart.

“I just don’t want to go into details but all I will say is that he never slapped anybody.”

But the Inter Milan midfielder was sacked from the team’s camp for indiscipline as a result of the incident and lost his place in the senior national men’s soccer team.

He was never invited into the team until his international retirement.

Both Muntari and Parker have since smoked the peace pipe, posing for a picture [above] at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.