Former Black Stars midfielder, Sam Johnson says it will be good for the leadership of the Ghana Football Association to organise a befitting send off event for former General Captain Asamoah Gyan when he finally retires from the team.
Speaking on Kumasi-based Hello FM on Tuesday, Sam Johnson said: “It would be good for them to organise a testimonial match for Gyan, but I don’t think they will do it. It’s never in their minds to organise such ceremonies for our players”.
He has scored 51 goals for Ghana, six being World Cup goals and eight AFCON goals.
For the records, Asamoah Gyan is the first Ghanaian player to score a fasted World Cup goal in 68 seconds in 2006 in Germany. He is also the first Ghanaian player to score at Wembley.