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Former Ghana international Sulley Muntari featured for Hearts of Oak in their 3-0 win over Bechem United in a friendly game on Wednesday.
The 35-year-old 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 played the second 45 minutes for Hearts of Oak against fellow top flight side Bechem United.
A brace from striker Kojo Obeng and winger Patrick Razak was enough for the Phobians to overcome the Hunters.
Muntari's involvement in the game has sparked rumours that he could join the Rainbow Club in the second half of the league.
The former Inter and AC Milan midfielder, who is known for his known for his kind gesture, gave all the 22 players $100 after Monday’s training.
He continued that gesture by offering 50 packs of assorted frozen exotic fruit and drinks to the team on Tuesday.
Football in the country has been halted following the Government’s decision to sanitize the Ghana Football Association [GFA] after a documentary by Anas Aremeyaw Anas which has exposed the rot in Ghana football.
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