Ace Ghanaian midfielder, Alfred Duncan, 29, has announced his retirement from International football.
The Fiorentina maestro paid a tearful tribute to the senior national team, Ghana Black Stars on May 28, 2022.
He claimed the Ghana Football Association and Coaches failed to give him the chance to prove his quality in the team after snubbing him for many years.
“The time has come to say goodbye to the national team. My heart is sad because I wanted to write a piece of history with the Ghanaian national team but they NEVER gave me the chance to prove it,” Alfred Duncan said.
The Cagliari man alleged that he has been “humiliated, discriminated against and left aide for year”.
“When you are never considered and there is nothing you can do to change the situation, mentally it becomes more difficult. I have been humiliated, discriminated against and left aside for years even though I have tried to keep the doors open all the time,” he continued.
Alfred Duncan disclosed that the head of Ghana Football, ex-Blackstars coach, Kwesi Appiah, CK Akkonor and Avram Grant are familiar with the situation and issue at hand.
“The President of the GFA, Kwesi Appiah, Avram Grant and CK Akkonor know perfectly well what I mean and how they treated me. For the person that I am, I don’t deserve everything they put me through and for this reason, I put an end to a story that never began”.
Duncan played four games for the Ghana at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey.
He made his international appearance on 14 November 2012 against Cape Verde and has played ten games for the Blackstars scoring zero goals.