Milan man Sulley Muntari has launched a sensational attack on Inter director Marco Branca. “None of the players like him.”
Muntari joined the Rossoneri on loan from their city rivals in January and he was happy to get away from the Beneamata.
“I don’t know what happened at Inter,” he told the Corriere della Sera. “I trained and did everything to be ready, but I don’t know what was going on in their heads. They told me nothing.
“They continued to do what they wanted and I continued to give my best. You don’t treat people in such a way.
“Who? Branca. Please, write down his name,” added Muntari. “When he entered the changing rooms, he wanted me to bow down to him as if he was my God. But, he and I are both employees and paid by Massimo Moratti.
“The truth is that none of the Inter players can stand him. I’m a man, a clean man. He, instead, is a fake.
“I couldn’t take it any longer after three years. Before I left for the African Cup of Nations, I told his associate Piero Ausilio that my patience had come to an end.”
The 27-year-old has scored two goals in eight Serie A games for Milan since his arrival at the start of 2012.
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