Ex-international Mohammed Polo says it will be 'disastrous' if Sulley Muntari, Michael Essien and Asamoah Gyan are axed from the Black Stars despite their gross insubordination to coach Milovan Rajevac.
Polo accepts the trio flouted the rules by refusing to travel with the team for the Angolan friendly last Wednesday but says it will too harsh a decision to ban them.
"It is rather unfortunate but they are key players and ambassadors for the nation and so should not be quick to condemn them,'' Polo Said.
"We need to have patience to also listen to their side of the story before we start total condemnation.
''Even if they erred, it will be suicidal to just sack them from the national team after all that they have done for the nation.That for me also will be travesty of Justice."
He added that:"There are better ways to deal with the matter that to just dismiss them and tarnish their image."
"But I feel sad for Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari and Asamoah Gyan who are not just key players for the Black Stars but role models for the youth."
Gyan has been quick to issue a public apology for his conduct and Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelloti has defended Essien claiming he sought permission to be absent.
There has been no response from Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari.
The Ghana Football Association will from next week begin an investigation into the matter and come out with the punishment for the trio if found culpable.
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