Striker Asamoah Gyan is simply not happy with the way he is being criticized by some Ghanaians.
According to the former Sunderland hitman, he deserves some respect from Ghanaians taking his achievements for the Black Stars into consideration.
Gyan, who is Ghana’s all-time top scorer with an impressive record of 51 goals from 105 games, has been faced with opprobrium since making his debut for the team in 2003.
The 32-year-old was recently chastised after earning a recall back into the team for the double-header 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone.
Several pundits believe the former Sunderland hitman did not deserve the call-up after struggling to churn out regular playing time at club level.
“I deserve some respect for what I have done for the national team. Any player outside who has my kind of record will be held shoulder high but I don’t get that treatment here in Ghana and it’s sad,” Gyan told Zylofon FM.
Gyan has featured in every AFCON for Ghana since 2008. He has capped 103 times for Ghana, scoring 51 goals.
Meanwhile, Gyan in an interview revealed the last club he will be playing for before hanging his boots.
According to him, he has been a supporter of the club from day one and it will be a dream come true to don the colours of the club.
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