Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan believes the majority of Ghanaians do not value what he has done for the nation.

Gyan, 32 is Ghana’s all-time leading goal scorer having netted 51 goals in 106 appearances including six in three FIFA World Cup tournament.

But the die-hard striker says he is not appreciated by his country as people always talk against him.

“I deserve some respect for what I have done for the national team. Any player outside who has my kind of record will be celebrated but I don’t get that treatment here in Ghana and it’s sad” Gyan told Zylophone Sports.

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The Kayserispor forward has been the main man up front for the Black Stars since 2006.


  1. bro you’ve done a lot for the nation on field, but your off field antics leaves much to be desired. Respect in any category is gained but not commanded. Compare yourself to Stephen Appiah, Tony Yeboah and Kwesi Appiah and you will understand what I mean. No hard feelings son