Asamoah Gyan

“I rejected a coaching job for Ghana” – Asamoah Gyan

Article summary

• After retiring from football, Asamoah Gyan completed a coaching course and obtained a UEFA B license.
• Despite his qualifications, the Ghana Football Association offered him a coaching role for the national team.
• Gyan declined the opportunity due to timing issues, not lack of interest.
• He expressed willingness to consider coaching in the future, stating he’s open to the possibility.

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Following his retirement from playing, he decided to further his knowledge by completing a coaching course, leading to him obtaining a UEFA B coaching license.

Despite his qualifications, the Ghana Football Association approached him with an offer to coach one of the national teams, which he declined.

Asamoah Gyan, the former captain, revealed in an interview that he turned down the opportunity due to timing issues.

Asamoah Gyan

Asamoah Gyan clarified that his decision was not based on a lack of interest in coaching the team, but rather on the belief that it was not the right time for him to take on such a role.

Gyan expressed his willingness to consider coaching in the future, stating, “The timing was wrong but let us see what happens in the future. I won’t entirely rule out the possibility of coaching because we don’t know what the future holds.”

This suggests that while he is not currently ready to take on the coaching position, he remains open to the idea and may reconsider in the future.

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