Derek Boateng and Sulley Muntari have been good pals since their time with the National team.
Both players featured for the Ghana U20 side at the 2001 FIFA U20 World Cup in Argentina, a tournament the Black Satellites won silver.
The two further represented Ghana at the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup in Germany and South Africa.
Having known and associated himself with Muntari for a long period of time, Boateng believes most football enthusiasts mostly form bias or personal opinion about the former AC Milan star.
“Sulley Muntari for example, people judge him a lot that he is this or that, but no, they don’t know him,” he told Goal.
“No matter what people say about him, he’s a winner and a champion – you can never take that away from him.”
Muntari was being touted as the “bad boy” in the National team following his domineering nature.
He was sacked from camp together with former Ghana teammate Kevin-Prince Boateng during Ghana’s 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign in Brazil after a reported misbehavior towards former Ghana Coach Kwesi Appiah.