After Apologising To Andre Ayew, Don’t Forget To Do Same To Asamoah Gyan.

Asamoah Gyan & Andre Ayew

Did Black Stars perform well at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar?  Your guess is as good as mine.

To me (Blagogee), they did well in the tournament as underdogs during the group stages until their last game against Uruguay where both teams ( Ghana and Uruguay) exit from the tournament. 

I got stunned when on social media (Twitter) Ghanaians apologize to the captain of the Black Stars Andre Ayew after he lost his penalty against Uruguay in the 21st minute. 

The reason for this apology trend was a result of the next round of the competition christened (Round of 16) where if Ghana should’ve qualified (Ghana) would’ve faced Brazil who topped their Group G group.

Andre Morgan Ayew Equaliser Celebration Against Portugal.

But, unfortunately, Ghana lost their match as South Korea emerged victorious against Portugal where the South Korean side faced Brazil and was lashed 4goals to 1 against South Korea. 

This as a result saw football patrons apologize to Andre Ayew for “saving Ghana” from embarrassment against Brazil in the round of 16.

When are we going to do this as a country? As a people, we must also apologize to former Captain Asamoah Gyan because he also played an important role in the 2010 World Cup held in South Africa. 

The reason is Asamoah Gyan, after his penalty loss against Uruguay during the penalty shootouts took the ball and scored against goalkeeper Muslera even with that we still chastised Baby Jet for causing harm to Ghanaians during the World Cup 12 years ago. 

Asamoah Gyan & Kojo Asamoah During 2010 World Cup In South Africa

As a people, we should stop this hypocritical behavior and must see the need to apologize to Asamoah Gyan and not only Andre Ayew. 

Apart from 2010, top-notch performance by the Black Stars, it’s pathetic to see the team since 2014 and 2022 can’t make it to the round of 16, which sometimes dumbs the spirit to support the Black Stars.

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