Asamoah Gyan’s name won’t ever at any point leave the minds of the Ghanaian people, taking everything into account. The ex-player of the Senior national team of Ghana, the Black Stars has since the very first moment of his football career, directly from the lesser level been incredibly sensational for his country.
The ex-Ghana Skipper set and broke precedents in both the national team of Ghana and other team clubs, by scoring past record goals ever. Indeed, even at the FIFA™ Senior World Cup tournament, Asamoah Gyan holds the record of the top African scorer at the most famous world football competition (the World Cup).
Gyan was the toast of fans at the world’s acclaimed competition, especially during the South Africa 2010 FIFA world cup, where he phenomenally did demonstrated his worth as one of the prolific strikers in the team for the Ghana Black Stars.
The magnetic player, other than his scoring ability on the field has such a lot of enthusiasm for entertainment as well. Subsequently, any time he scores, he has a way of putting more smiles on the faces of fans with his dance skills on the touchlines.
Gyan is one of the capped players with 107 appearances and 51 goals for the Black Stars team beating records set by the Maestro Abedi Pele and other scorers. Honestly, he has demonstrated why he has the right to be celebrated without limit.
Gyan has additionally been a top scorer in numerous other clubs he played for including the UAE, Sunderland (England), Kayserispor (Turkey), Shanghai SIPG (China), Al-Ain FC (United Arab Emirates), Stade Rennais FC (France), Udinese (Italy), and numerous other clubs across the globe.
Locally, the last team Gyan played prior to leaving on his international football trade was Liberty Professional FC in 2003. Gyan has been named among the best players in the world in various football charts and ratings. In every competition, particularly at the Africa Cup Of Nations and the FIFA World Cup, Asamoah Gyan always ensures he scores to increase his goal count, and perhaps be a top scorer.
Subsequent to playing for the best football clubs, Asamoah, returned home to play along with one of Ghana’s Premier League clubs, Legon Cities, despite the fact that he assured fans playing for his Darling club Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
After so long, the Ex-Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has revealed that, he is yet-to release a book that will fill in as a wellspring of encouragement to the youth and coming ages.
The former Sunderland and Al Ain top marksman also affirmed that the launch will be in three countries, namely: Ghana, United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates (Dubai). Proceeds from the book will go to the Asamoah Gyan Foundation.
Ghana president H.E Akufo-Addo and Liberia president George Oppon Weah- the former FIFA Ballon d’or winner – have been penned down as special guests for the maiden event in Accra.
The book will chronicle the country’s all-time top-scorer’s football story (from his childhood days to his illustrious career) and his new life as a business visionary.
Gyan got back to the Ghana Premier League and joined with Legon Cities FC but has had his mission eased back due to recurring injuries.