The 20-year-old had a lively appearance off the bench in Ghana’s last group match against Uruguay despite not making any starts in Qatar.
Sulemana was one of the team’s shining points even though Otto Addo’s team lost the game 2-0 and was eliminated from the tournament.
Tuesday morning, Footballghana.com stated that the Stade Rennes winger has left the Black Stars’ WhatsApp group because to his lack of World Cup playing time.
In response, Sulemana said the information was inaccurate and insisted it was an honor for him to represent his country at his advanced age.
FAKE NEWS!! 🤦🏾♂️🤦🏾♂️🤦🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/AkXbAwbYss
— Kamaldeen Sulemana (@Kamaldeenho10) December 6, 2022
“It’s a shame some journalists are quick to put negativity & dent the image & confidence of players for click baits without fact checking when things go wrong,” he wrote on Twitter.
“There are many young players with so much talent & potential. Just being part of the squad every time at my age is always an honor. Every player in a team have an important role to play whether you start or not. I’m never bigger than Ghana & will never be. Entitlement is a killer of personality & dreams.”
— Kamaldeen Sulemana (@Kamaldeenho10) December 5, 2022