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24 May

Asamoah Gyan has no Black Stars retirement plans anytime soon

The Black Stars all-time topscorer has insisted that he has no plans to retire from the team anytime soon.
Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan says he intends to continue his illustrious career for the senior national team of Ghana for another few years.
At age 34, the former Sunderland striker is convinced that he still has a lot to offer the West African country.
However, Asamoah has been unattached after ending his stay at NorthEast United but has said that he wants to continue playing for his country for as long as possible.
“Secondly it will depend on me on how I want to go about it. For now, I am still in the game but as time goes on, ideas will come.” Gyan said on Adom TV’s Agro Ne Fom with Kweku Obeng Mystro.
“I haven’t planned [on how I will exit the Black Stars]. I am still playing. It is natural. I could tell you that I will retire in four years but I can call my brother the next day and tell him that I cannot continue playing.
"It depends on how the day goes. Every day, the human body changes so let’s see how it goes but for now, I am okay and playing football,” he added

Gyan has netted 51 times for the senior national team of Ghana in his 109appearances for the four-time Africa Cup of Nations champions since his debut against Somalia in 2003.
He is the only Ghanaian footballer to play at the three FIFA World Cup tournaments qualified by Ghana — 2006, 2010 and 2014.
Gyan is the Africa's leading goal scorer at FIFA World Cup tournaments, having scored a total of six goals across three World Cups.
He broke Roger Milla’s record that was held for 30 years with his goals against Portugal and Germany at the 2014 FIFA World Cup held in Brazil.
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