Germany's Philipp Lahm (L) fights for the ball with Ghana's Sulley Muntari (C). Also seen are Ghana's Kevin-Prince Boateng (top L) and Germany's Mario Goetze (R). (REUTERS/Mike Blake)
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Midfielders Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari have been suspended from Ghana's World Cup team with immediate effect after they clashed with coach Kwesi Appiah and a soccer federation (GFA) official.Ghana missed training in Brasilia Tuesday because of the row over fees, with the players conducting a series of meetings to discuss the matter and the nation's president, John Mahama, later stepped in to try to resolve the dispute.Muntari was set to miss the Portugal game as he was suspended after earning a second booking of the tournament in last week's 2-2 draw with Germany.
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