- General captain Asamoah Gyan has revealed Egypt 2019 could be his last Africa Cup of Nations tournament after Ghana was booted out of the tournament
- Asamoah Gyan spoke after Ghana was defeated by Tunisia at the round of 16 stage
- He revealed that his final decision about Black Stars future will be communicated later
General captain of the Ghana Black Stars Asamoah Gyan has made comments in relation to his future in the team after losing out to Tunisia at the on-going AFCON tournament.
According to the striker, the Egypt 2019 African Cup of Nations tournament could be his last time playing for the Black Stars.
In an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh, Asamoah Gyan expressed sadness at the team's defeat to Tunisia and consequent exit from the tournament.
"It could be my last African Cup of Nations. It could be. I don't know but it could be," he revealed after the match.
He further noted that his final decision about his future with the team will be deliberated upon later.
Asamoah Gyan promised to inform and communicate to Ghanaians very soon concerning his decision to hang his boots or not.
The former Black Stars captain's comments followed the Black Stars loss to Tunisia in a 5-4 penalty kick out.
The team drew 1-1 with their Tunisian counterparts at full time before going on to take the penalty kicks.
Caleb Ekuban's poor kick which was saved by the Tunisian goalkeeper hindered the team from moving to the next stage.
Meanwhile, sister of Ayew brothers, Imani Ayew, has broken her silence after the team's defeat at the round of 16.
Imani Ayew heaped praise and congratulated captain Andre Dede Ayew and striker Jordan Ayew for their performance despite the sad exit.
In a related development, Ghanaians have descended heavily on the South African referee for what they claim was a bias officiating against Ghana.
Victor Gomes was slammed for disallowing Andre Ayew's goal with reason that the ball had touch Thomas Partey's hand before he passed it to Andre.
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