Gyan to meet Ghana coach over future

Striker Asamoah Gyan is set to meet Ghana’s coach Kwesi Appiah to discuss his future with the Black Stars, the football association confirmed today May 8, 2012.

According to the FA, Kwesi Appiah is in the United Arab Emirates to hold talks with the striker.

“Appiah arrived in the UAE on Monday night to visit the Al Ain striker and check on his progress in the Middle East country. He will talk with Gyan over his decsion to temporarily retire from the Black Stars, it said in a statement.

Gyan took an indefinite leave from the Black Stars in February after the 2012 African Cup of Nations.

By Ekow Quandzie

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  1. prince kfb says

    Players who cannot stand criticism should be left to go. The tax payer will always speak their mind if things are not proceeding in the right direction. I wish the GFA do not waste our time and resources on Asamoah Gyan since the player did not only respect his Ghanaian fans but also, failed to demonstrate professionalism with the stakeholders. How do you expect fans to react when he continue to put Ghanaians on a tenterhooks on his return to the team. If the administrators do their work well, Ghana will discover skilled and talented players better than some of these players. Ghana soccer deserves players who are willing to sacrifice their pride do “die” for the country. If the willingness is not there, there is nothing we can do that will change it. Kwasi Appiah should scout for new but committed players and not those who cannot respect and appreciate the same fans who pay to support them to attain their professional status.

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