We must persuade Asamoah Gyan to resume penalty taking obligations for Ghana – George Afriyie

Black Stars administration board executive George Afriyie says endeavors must be made to persuade Asamoah Gyan to resume penalty taking obligations for Ghana.

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The 29-year-old quit the obligation of the main penalty taker for the Black Stars in the consequence of his penalty miss in the 2012 AFCON semi last defeat to Zambia.

It was the second prominent miss by the Black Stars skipper in a significant competition emulating his notorious miss in the quarter final loss to Uruguay at the 2010 World Cup.

The Al Ain pro chose to cede his position as the most obvious penalty taker for the side in the wake of agony verbal assaults from hurt Ghanaian fans.

Gyan claims he made this choice because of a promise that he made to her mother who passed away in a dangerous car crash in 2012.

A lot of renowned players are persuading Gyan to take back his responsibility of being the main penalty taker.

pundits of Ghanaian Soccer say that Asmoah Gyan has suffered a mental blow that will take some time to recover.

We hope that Gyan comes back as the champion he really is and takes his obligation back.