Most often than not we decide to take certain path which might go a long way to affect us for a very long time than we had ever anticipated. Who hasn’t faced such situations in life before? The most important issue here is to get back on our feet as soon as we spot the wrong turn of events.
A very worrying move from one of the biggest Ghanaian stars ever has become a concern for all and sundry. Whilst Stephen Appiah decided to call it a quit in all fields when he exhausted all his God given talents and got caught up with old age, Asamoah Gyan decided to move along and disgrace himself (in my unwarranted opinions though).
After the successes chalked by former Black stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, many would’ve thought that the last thing he would ever think of was to decide to play for a local team within the Ghana Premier League. But, it has happened live and colored as he is part of the players of Legon Cities.
For close to three full matches, Asamoah Gyan has stayed irrelevant to the course of Legon Cities as the team keeps being glued to the losing spree. Upon all the Sunderland and other big teams Asamoah Gyan played for in the last, it beats the imagination of sports pundits to see him wallow in abject disappointments as a supposed captain of Legon Cities and a disappointed captain for the Ghana Black stars.
Well, what do I know about football? Insanely nothing! After all, the only attempt I make at playing football is kicking my peeled oranges into a nearby dustbin (which is even an unachievable move because it is a herculean task for me). Lol…