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Dont push Asamoah Gyan to retirement – Anim Addo

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Chief Executive Officer [CEO] of Baby Jet Promotions, Samuel Anim Addo has revealed that his client, captain Asamoah Gyan could retire after the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations and that he shouldn’t be pushed to retire against his will.

Gyan is at the peak of his career having played for more than two decades.

The striker after representing Ghana at three FIFA World Cups and six Cup of Nations appearances could call it a quite after next year’s edition of Africa’s flagship football competition.

Read: Asamoah Gyan faces uncertain Black Stars future after latest Ghana snub

“It’s likely he would like to quit football after the AFCON is over,” Samuel Addo told a local radio station

“It is likely, with these kinds of things he’ll the best man to affirm it, and so I can’t say it on his behalf, but it’s likely. It’s likely, it’s a possibility.

Read: I taught Asamoah Gyan dance moves – Langabel

The Kayserispor attacker has scored 53 goals for the Black Stars and also holds the record as the most capped Black Stars player with over 100 appearances for the National team.

Many have called for a reliable replacement for the player who is undoubtedly one of Ghana’s all-time best. In Ghana’s AFCON qualifier against Kenya has been left out of the squad which most Ghanaians think he should retire from national assignment.

source: Starrfmonline.com


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