- Asamoah Gyan seems to be unconcerned about the criticisms surrounding his decision to resign from the Black Stars, only to later rescind it
- He wrote on social media that he is focused on his vision
- One person who criticised Gyan for his decisions was Nana Aba Anamoah
Asamoah Gyan seems to have sent a subtle jab to his ‘haters’ who have criticised him over this recent decision to quit the senior national team, only to change his mind.
In a new social media post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Asamoah Gyan has shown that he is unperturbed by the many tongues wagging with regard to his decisions.
To him, the best thing to do now is to have a "focus vision", and this is exactly what Asamoah Gyan wrote on his Instagram.
He wrote: “Focus vision with emojis of praying hard and strong arm”.
The post has received massive reaction from his fans with some still criticizing him and others hailing him.
Gregory called Asamoah "Ghana's best ever"
gregory_capo_hills_maameagie: "Ghana best ever."
Foster wrote in the Ga language that Asamoah Gyan is now good for nothing in the team:
seniorman_foster: "Still u shaa."
Nana Yaw begged Gyan to be with the team and help unite it:
nana_yaw_bio: "Please be with the Team, Maintain that Strong Unity in Camp and I Strongly Believe this Cup will come to Ghana. You are our One and Only.... We Love YOU Bro."
When news of Gyan’s decision to retire from the Black Stars went viral, Ghanaians received it with mixed reactions, with some blasting him and others hailing him.
According to him, the decision came after he was informed that his position as captain of the team was being handed over to someone else.
Gyan felt that was not proper, and also disrespecting to his personality, therefore, the wisest thing to do was to retire.
However, President Akufo-Addo intervened when he had a meeting with Gyan and Coach Kwesi Appiah to resolve the issue.
Gyan, following the meeting with the president, rescinded his decision to retire.
This didn’t go well with some people who believed that his relevance in the team has died down and that the Black Stars could actually do better without him.
Nana Aba Anamoah was one of the people who criticised the president’s meeting with Gyan, calling on him to intervene in more pressing issues facing Ghanaians.
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