Member of Parliament for Okaikwei Central, Patrick Boamah believes player indiscipline played a big role in the Black Stars’ disappointing exit from the ongoing AFCON in Cameroon.
Ghana exited the competition in the group stages without winning a game for the first time in the country’s history.
Speaking on the floor of Parliament, Boamah said the issue needs to be looked at seriously.
“There is also an issue of player discipline, you can’t build a national team where certain players feel they are superior, can break camp rules and expect better results, you won’t get it.”
“You must respect camp rules, people go to camp and do anything and expect the country to win.
“Football has changed, it has become very technical and you have to be disciplined.
“If Ghana wants to continue to be seen as a football country, we must take a second look at our national team and find out why these players are refusing to join our national team.
The Ghana Football Association have officially announced the sacking of Black Stars Head Coach, Milovan Rajevac following the early exit from the AFCON.
His dismissal comes just a few weeks to Ghana’s World Cup Play-offs two-legged tie against Nigeria in March.