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Gyan Hopes for a Beffiting Farewell after Retirement


Asamoah Gyan 


Black Stars striker and ex captain of the senior national team the Black Stars is hopeful for a beffiting farewell after he decides to hang his boots.

The all time goal scorer for the national team in an interview said, his soul will be happy if the nation decides to give him a farewell, considering his exploits in the national team.

“For me, I believe people have observed what I have done, so if they decide to give me a farewell, my soul will be happy. Although people appreciate me on the street it all depends on how they want to do it.”

Asamoah Gyan since 2003 has been active for the Black Stars, scoring as many as 51 goals to become the all time goal scorer for the Black Stars.

Gyan, the only African player to score six goals at the World Cup stage to beat Roger Milla's record spoke on the ex Black Stars players and how they are retired, Baby Jet told Adom TV how ex players leave the national team with pain in their heart because of the treatment they get after retirement.

"People leave the national team with pain, I don’t want to mention names but there are a lot of players I can testify,” he said.

Being sceptical about when he will retire, Gyan 34, described himself as an active player and could not to tell when he will call it quit as a player

"I’m still active as a player so I haven’t planned anything. One day I can wake up in the morning and say that I will continue to play till the next four years, the next morning I can wake up in the morning and inform my brother that I’m done. So it depends on how the day goes because the human body changes each day but for now I’m okay playing football,”

The mecuriel striker is the player with the most caps for the senior national team the Black stars having had a total appearance of 109.

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