Asamoah Gyan

“Ghanaians Should Trust Black Stars And Give Them One More Chance” – Asamoah Gyan Bëgs

Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has urged for calm and patience as the Black Stars go through a period of transition.

Gyan recognizes that the team is not currently performing at their best and is asking Ghanaians to be patient with coach Otto Addo and the players.

The team has faced challenges this year, including a loss to Nigeria in March and an early exit from the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.

However, they have upcoming matches against Mali and the Central African Republic this month which could help revive their hopes of qualifying for the 2026 World Cup.

Gyan, who has been closely following the team and their recent performances, shared his thoughts on TV3, stating that he believes in the potential of the young players on the team.

He emphasized the importance of not putting too much pressure on the players, as they are in a rebuilding phase. Gyan highlighted the mix of youth and experience in the team and expressed optimism about their future.

Ghana currently has three points from two qualifiers and will need to secure wins against Mali and the Central African Republic to stay in contention for World Cup qualification.

The team will face Mali on June 6 and the Central African Republic on June 10, with Gyan encouraging fans to support the team through this gradual process.

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