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Asamoah Gyan has been told to shut up after saying that the penalty against Bafana-Bafana was wrong

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


In his latest interview, Asamoah Gyan revealed that the penalty was too soft as the Leicester fc defender went down without any challenge.

He is now regarded as someone who is disowning his own country for standing with the opponent.

A Senegal referee is under hot soaps under he awarded a dubious penalty against Bafana Bafana and this had make headlines for weeks now.

Bafana Bafana felt robbed day-night after losing for a wrong penalty. After a huge controversial that was pinned on twitter after rhe game, SAFA decided to take the matter forward by launching a complaint against the referee.


According to Ghana FA officials, " We have been to places where officiating did not go our way but we did not even comment; for instance, the game against Ethiopia, there were certain bad calls from the referee.


"When we played against Zimbabwe in Cape Coast, there were certain bad calls and we received a penalty against us.

"So things do not always go your way. But if it happens in situations like this where a draw will take you through and you look back at how they set up. They set up to defend, until we scored and it got to the 75th minute, the 80th minute, that was when they were pilling pressure in need of an equaliser" he additionally stated


Even today people are still awaiting for the feedback from FIFA after a complaint laid by SAFA.

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