In-form Las Palmas forward Kevin-Prince Boateng insists his conscience is clear over the happenings at the Ghana camp during the 2014 World Cup.
Boateng, considered as a disruptive figure during his relatively short stint with the Black Stars, was sent home together with Sulley Muntari prior to the final group game against Portugal for an alleged indiscipline.
Looking back, the 29-year-old who is serving an indefinite suspension from the national team insists he did nothing to deserve a sack from the team camp.
“There were people who had a problem with me. I don’t know for what reason,” Boateng told CCTV News.
He added: “They [Ghana FA] had their reasons, they made them up but I think what they did was not the right decision because I didn’t do anything that [warranted] they had to kick me out.”
Boateng however stated that he has not shut the door on a return to international football, saying there must be ‘clear-the-air’ talks with football authorities before anything happens.