Ex-Ghana AC mil an star midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng is sad about how he ended his international career saying he feels sad about how his journey with the Black Stars ended after a fine start in 2010 in South Africa.
The midfielder believes his time with the national team would have been better and feels sorry about how things panned out with senior national team of Ghana.
He became fans’ favourite after completing his nationality switch to play for Ghana after snubbing European and World giant Germany.
The Hertha Berlin player was part of the Black Stars squad that played at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana reached the quarter-final of the competition and scored against the United States of America in the round of 16 stages of the mundial.
Four years later, he sacked from the Black Stars camp after clashing with then head coach Kwesi Appiah during the 2014 global showpiece in Brazil where the team exited at the group for the first time with just one point.
Speaking in an interview, the former Borussia Dortmund forward said never intended to bow out of the Black Stars because it was a good squad that had the potential to achieve something significant for Ghana.
He added that he was sorry for how he left the national team because he had great plans for the team but circumstances beyond his control prevented his return to the Black Stars.
“There were some reasons that didn’t work out how we wanted,” he told Oma Sports TV.
“There were some misunderstandings, I feel sorry it ended like this because after 2010 we could have built something very good because we had a great team,” the former Barcelona player said.
According to the player, he will always support the Black Stars and wish them the best in all they do.
“I wish the Black Stars nothing but the best and I will always be a fan,” he added.
Boateng made 15 appearances for the Black Stars from 2010 to 2015, registering two goals in that time.