The A.C Monza midfielder took to social media to announce the separation from his wife and indicated that the decision was mutual.
Kevin Prince Boateng added that he and his wife [now a former wife] had been living separately for a while and decided to make their separation permanent by filing for the divorce.
He wrote: “After a period of separation, we have decided to terminate our relationship permanently, in full respect of each other’s positions and in complete serenity, while we remain an important reference point for the growth of our son Maddox.”
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Kevin Prince Boateng and Melissa got married in 2016 at a plush event and the duo has a son together known as Maddox.
The footballer won many hearts in Ghana when he passed off the opportunity to play for the German national team and opted to play for Ghana instead.
Just In: Denmark and Inter Milan Player, Christian Eriksen Feared Dead After He Collapsed During A Live Match
Just In: Denmark and Inter Milan Player, Christian Eriksen Feared Dead After Fainting During A Live Match
The ongoing European football match between Denmark and Finland has been called off after one of their players, Christian Eriksen, collapsed.
After the paramedics were unable to revive him, the match had to be called off immediately.
Christian Eriksen passed out during the first half of the game, and his family is shocked that he passed out after crushing a player during the game
His wife and team members are currently praying for his safety as he is being rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.
Andre Onana: Ajax’s Goalkeeper Has Doping Ban Reduced
The 25-year-old was originally suspended in February for 12 months by Uefa, European football’s governing body.
Onana was found to have the banned substance furosemide in his urine after an ‘out of competition’ check on 30 October last year.
He explained after that he had accidentally taken a pill containing the substance after mistaking his wife’s medicine for aspirin, and had asked for the ban to be overturned rather than reduced.
“The CAS panel… found that no ‘significant fault’ could be attributed to Andre Onana, who had ingested medication destined for another person in error,” the court said in a statement.
“On that basis, the panel considered that a nine-month ban was proportionate to the negligence committed and reduced the suspension by three months, but could not accept the goalkeeper’s request for the removal of the suspension entirely.”
The CAS decision means the ban will now end on 4 November so he will miss the start of the season for Dutch champions Ajax but will be available for Cameroon when they host the Africa Cup of Nations in January.
He will also miss the Indomitable Lions opening four matches of group qualifying for the 2022 World Cup – in September, against Malawi and Ivory Coast, and October, when they play back-to-back games against Mozambique.
While he will not be allowed to play nationally or internationally until 4 November, he can resume training two months before the end of the suspension, on 4 September.
His case was heard and on 2 June and Ajax’s managing director Edwin van der Sar said the appeal was worth it.
“With this ruling from the CAS, we have an extra three months [with Onana available] compared to the original suspension,” he told the Ajax website.
“So the step to the CAS was not in vain. We stand for a clean sport. But I repeat that we are convinced that Andre took this drug accidentally and certainly not to perform better.
“Last week when we told Andre and the lawyers our story at CAS, I drove away with a good feeling. I have mixed feelings about today’s statement because our goal was for him to be back on track from this summer.”
Just In: Arsenal Star, Thomas Partey Sacked From Ghana Camp After Doing This
Arsenal midfielder, Thomas Partey has been sacked from the Ghana camp after he turned up late for training ahead of the international friendlies against Morocco and Ivory Coast.
Black Stars coach Akonnor dismissed the 27-year-old from camp after he showed up at the team’s training camp just days before the team emplaned to Rabat.
The attitude of Partey, who is the deputy captain of the team has raised questions about his commitment and leadership role in the team.
Akonnor has wield the disciplinary axe by asking the former Atletico Madrid midfielder to leave his team for the international friendly against the Atlas Lions in Rabat on Tuesday.
Partey has been reluctant to join the rest of his colleagues as the team intensify preparations for the double friendly games Morocco and Ivory Coast.
The Black Stars will take on the Atlas Lions of Morocco on Tuesday, June 8, in Rabat, before hosting the Elephants of Ivory Coast on Saturday, June 12, at the Cape Coast stadium.
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