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09 Aug

Asamoah Gyan subtly jabs Hon. Isaac Asiamah over Captaincy comments

The Black Stars of Ghana general captain has directed a subtle jab at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, Hon. Isaac Asiamah following his comments on the team's captaincy row.

Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan has slammed Hon. Isaac Asiamah for his comments after being stripped off the Ghana armband.
The Sports Minister stated that Andre Ayew was the player who is capable to lead the team's to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Few weeks to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, the former Sunderland forward was elevated to be the team's general captain losing the match-day role to Andre Ayew.
He announced his retirement from the senior national team of Ghana but later rescinded his decision following the intervention of President of Ghana, Nana Addo.
"I heard the Sports Minister [Hon. Isaac Asiamah] also saying Andre Ayew is the player who is capable of leading the team to the tournament," Gyan told Asempa FM
"He [Ayew] is capable of what? Has he won AFCON title for the country...Winning FIFA U20 World Cup makes him capable to lead the team, I see"
"100% I believe Kwesi Appiah was influenced to take those decisions. There is no doubt about that,"
"They are not politicians but someone infleunced him to take the decision. At the end the coach takes the responsibility but I know someone influenced him because it was not his own decision."
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