Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan speaks on some moments of his footballing career with ace sports journalist Saddick Adams
Gyan on a teammate who was talented than him but couldn’t live up;
“Kwadwo Poku (former Kotoko). He was hugely talented. I think he didn’t live up to his potential. I can’t blame him, he had some bad injuries. For me what, he had the talent to reach higher” Asamoah Gyan made his Black Stars debut in 2002 and later went on to become Ghana’s all-time top scorer
Gyan On his record breaking transfers fees;
“It happens. In one of those deals, they paid the money, I saw the figure I thought it was a joke. You see so much money and you begin to think about all the cars you dreamt of buying as a child”
Baby Jet made a transfer breaking record when he moved from Sunderland to Al Ain in the UAE.
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