The Chief Executive Officer of Hearts of Oak, Mark Frank Noonan has described Former Ghana midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari as the most perfect example of class.
The Former Liberty Professionals product has been training with Hearts at the Legon Ajax Park for the past two weeks in a bid to keep shape and ready as he enjoys his holidays back home.
Muntari, who is known for his known for his kind gesture, gave all the 22 players $100 after Monday’s training.
He is one of Ghana’s most decorated players to ply their trade in Europe having won the Champions League with Inter Milan and multiple league and domestic titles in Italy and England.
The 33-year-old midfielder started training with Hearts on the 11th July, and CEO Noonan has praised Sulley’s choice of club.
“I think Sulley’s decision to train with us is awesome. It is a credit to the quality of the Hearts brand for the fact that we have kept training in this environment [despite football being at a standstill in this country]," Noonan told phobians.com
“The reports I have gathered from training concerning Sulley’s positive attitude and professionalism has been amazing. Sulley is not only a quintessential professional but a man who has never forgotten where he came from.
“Sulley’s presence will not only inspire our young players to dream big dreams, but it has also shown our players what it means to be a professional.”
Football-related activities in the country has come to a standstill after the airing of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas 'Number 12' documentary which uncovered the rot in Ghana football.