- Asamoah Gyan reacted to an interview where Antoine Semenyo disclosed that he was one retired Black Stars player he looked up to
- Asamoah Gyan reposted the video and advised Antoine Semenyo to keep pushing and stay focused
- Many people in the comments hailed Asamoah Gyan as a legend and stated that they also see him as their idol
Former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan reacted to an interview of current Black Stars player, Antoine Semenyo, eulogising him.
Antoine Semenyo eulogises Asamoah Gyan
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He also advised the AFC Bournemouth footballer to stay focused. Asamoah Gyan wrote:
The sky is your limit @antoinesemenyo42. Just stay focused and keep pushing
Antoine Semenyo commented on the post using the prayer hands emoji, wrote baby and then added the private jet emoji, which translated into Asamoah Gyan's nickname, Baby Jet.
" baby ✈️," Semenyo wrote in the comments.
Below is Asamoah Gyan's post concerning Antoine Semenyo, revealing that he was his idol.
Ghanaians react to Asamoah Gyan's post
Many people in the comment section called Asamoah Gyan a legend as they hailed him.
They don't make strikers like Asamoah Gyan no more
“Oh oh Asamoah Gyan” Man was too quick to answer, it’s like he was waiting for that opportunity to let the whole world know.. That’s what i call greatness and gratitude.
I like people who are honest to themselves. Asamoa Gyan is without doubt one of the greatest players the continent of Africa has ever produced.
Legend of all time ❤️❤️
My brother you are a remodel even in business, not just soccer
You will always be our hero ❤️
BabyJet. I always say to myself that You deserve to have police or military escort or maybe one or two police officers should be assigned to protect you always You’re the definition of “Celebrity” @asamoah_gyan3 ❤️
Asamoah Gyan reviews Kudus' performance in the Ghana versus Central African Republic game
YEN.com.gh reported that Asamoah Gyan applauded Mohammed Kudus and reviewed his performance in the AFCON qualifier match between Ghana and Central African Republic.
In a post on Twitter, he called the newly signed West Ham United player the star of the Black Stars team, which sparked debate on social media.
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