Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari says he enjoys being a ‘’monster” on the pitch by kicking his opponents in order to scare them away.
The former Inter Milan star is branded a “bad boy” due to his tough nature on the pitch.
Muntari remains one of the aggressive midfielders Ghana has produced in the last two decades.
According to the 36-year-old, he prefers to “beat” his opponents on the field to scare them off.
“Whenever I am playing I always want to beat my opponents to scare them away. I always want to beat them as in kicking them all the time so they become afraid because that’s what feeds me, that’s my work and that’s what I eat,” he said on McBrown’s kitchen.
“Is not as if I am a bad boy or anything but I always want to look wild on the pitch because that is my job and that’s what I eat.”
The midfielder is currently clubless and has been linked to South African side Kaizer Chiefs.