Source: https://twitter.com/Soccer_Laduma/status/1466444609748443143?t=lSdOLuv4VGEq1DowEYDPEw&s=19 The former Blacks stars striker has been told to shut his mouth off after he showed his side of being true against the penalty that was given to Ghana. Photo: Asamoah Gyan "Asamoah Gyan is ungrateful and a pretender, he won't even get an opportunity to get a ball boy, he should stop talking about the penalty against South Africa," he told Asempa FM, according to GhanaWeb
Source:https://twitter.com/Soccer_Laduma/status/1463469881131769856?t=x1rn9pMXTQTQqz1-eXPnfg&s=19 Photo: Twitter ( The Legend Asamoah Gyan) According to Soccer Laduma," Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan has sided with Bafana Bafana in believing that the penalty awarded against them and in favour of the Black Stars was a soft one"
The spot kick which sank South Africa has partitioned assessment and the previous Black Stars assailant has included his voice the episode. Previous Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan says the encroachment which prompted his ex-group acquiring a punishment and beating Bafana in a new 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifier was easily proven wrong.
As both the South African National football team (Bafana Bafana) and Ghana await the decision from FIFA about whether the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers match between the two nations should be replayed, Ghana all-time record goalscorer Asamoah Gyan has stunned many people with his comments about the penalty decision that ended Bafana Bafana's World Cup qualifying campaign.
The argument against SAFA for a punishment has gained traction. After a shocking revelation by Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan on the latest penalty issue, the SAFA case has gotten a lot stronger. Gyan recently broke his silence over Senegalese referee Ndiaye Maguette's dubious decision to award the Black Stars a penalty in their World Cup qualifier against Bafana Bafana, which ultimately decided the match.
This is the list of the top 10 richest players in the African continent, we hope to see more African based footballers in this list as most are based in Europe and only play on international level in Africa and some don’t even. 10. Riyad Mahrez - Net worth of $18.5 million
Top ten richest footballers in Africa starting from number 10 to number 1 see below. 10.Obafemi Martins Obafemi Martins is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Wuhan Zall in the Chinese Super League. Obafemi is also the second richest player in Nigeria. He started his senior football career at inter Milan, Italy where he spent 5 years and scored 38 goals in 38 matches before moving to England to play for Newcastle.Obafemi has a range of many expensive cars including mercedes benz, Lamborghini, Ferrari and a yatcht on his name.
Ghanian professional footballer, Asamoah Gyan , began his football career with Ghanian Premier League side Liberty Professionals. In his debut season he scored 11 times in 16 appearances for the club. He then went on to play for Udinese in Italy where he continued making a name for himself. In 2008 he signed for the French side Rennes where he spent two years before moving to the Premier League side Sunderland in 2010. Gyan is not only a footballer , but he's a prolific businessman who owns a few businesses
Following the unveiling of Keagan Dolly by Kaizer Chiefs on Tuesday, here are 11 notable African footballers who have returned home, including a Nigerian legend who made a surprise return earlier this year. Following a four-year stay at Montpellier in France, where he made 64 appearances across all competitions, the ex-Mamelodi Sundowns winger has finalized a move to Chiefs.
See Ghana's Superstar Asamoah Gyan and his 11 Businesses, The man is Clearly a Good Businessman. Ghanian expert footballer, Asamoah Gyan , started his football vocation with Ghanian Premier League side Liberty Professionals. In his presentation season he scored multiple times in 16 appearances for the club. He at that point proceeded to play for Udinese in Italy where he kept becoming well known. In 2008 he finished paperwork for the French side Rennes where he went through two years prior to moving to the Premier
Mamelodi Sundowns have been on a player spending and signing spree since 1 July 2020. Having already signed seven players for next season. The Brazilians are still not done in the transfer window. Mamelodi Sundowns are after a marquee signing in the transfer window and if reports are true, they have found one. Pitso Mosimane's side have been after a star forward who can power Sundowns to glory domestically and in The CAF Champions League. With Sundowns having had their offers for two top Moroccan strikers rejected.
Good South africans,last year, Samuel Etoo said "I do not understand why Bafana Bafana are not doing well because they get an enough support financially and their stadium are in good conditions, I do not have time for playing children's game(Hide and Seek), We must accept that We need to fix things on our beautiful game(Soccer), I do not understand our aim on our football . Other Africa Countries excel on football, they keep on producing Superstars those Superstars raise their Countries flags abroad in big leagues.
The Bafana Bafana creative midfielder Thulani Serero was born in the biggest township in the Gauteng province of Soweto, in a place called Mapetla. The Al Jazira playmaker was born on the 11th of April 1990. The former Ajax Armsterdam star featured for the Arabian Gulf League side Al Jazira as they drew 2-2 against fellow Arabian Gulf League side Al Ain, which a former club of fellow African star Asamoah Gyan. Thulani Serero played for 87 minutes before he got substituted at the end of the game with 3 minutes
The African continent has its fair share of rich individuals, there are more than 10 Africans who own their own private jets and some of them are mentioned in this article. Did you ever think that African people would appear on Forbes? We are not so little after all.
Kaizer Chiefs were banned from signing players this season and they are facing a very difficult time of losing games like never before. Fortunately they will be allowed to start signing again next year June. In order to make fix all this disappointments from the fans they should be ready to over spend as soon as they are given a green light. Amakhosi are forced not to sell their hot striker because he is their only hope. Samir Nurkovic was wanted by Al ahly sc of Egypt and they might lose him as he is now fit
Credit :kickoff Ghana's most decorated player Asamoah Gyan has made another big money move, this time returning to his homeland where he had signed for Legon Cities. The 34 years old Striker last played for Northeast United FC in India where he made 8 appearances and scored 4 times in the process, having joined from kayserispor in Turkey. Gyan who is known for securing lucrative contracts in his evergreen career has secured yet another bumber deal at Legon Cities which will see him pocket $1 million (R16 million)
Asamoah Gyan born 22 November 1985 in Accra is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Kayserispor and captains the Ghanaian national team. Gyan began his career in 2003 with Ghanaian Premier League club Liberty Professionals scoring a prolific ten goals in sixteen matches then spent three seasons with Serie A club Udinese via two seasons loan at Modena netting on fifteen occasions in 53 league matches and at Udinese where he scored 11 times in 39 league matches. In 2008, Gyan joined Ligue
The 2010 FIFA World Cup has many transient memories that played out on local soil.While the world roared with delight as South Africa became the first African nation to host the bienial event, Ghana were the last team standing.
The Ghanaian club that marked African whiz Asamoah Gyan a year ago, has confessed to marking the forward for something other than his footballing capacities.
Asante Kotoko correspondences chief Moses Antwi Benefo has uncovered the club have made Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan a firm objective in front of the 2020-21 Premier League (GPL) season. Gyan, in the sundown of his profession, has been connected to the Kumasi-based side, the reports vigorously fuelled by the 34-year-old's open revelation of a craving to play for the side before stopping dynamic football. He has been without a club since leaving Indian Super League side NorthEast United early this year. "It's