Asamoah Gyan hits back at critics

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Captain of the Black Stars Asamoah Gyan has lashed out at critics of his football career as he debunked reports of a failed medical at Reading this summer transfer window.

The former Al Ain striker was keen on a move to the English Championship club but revealed his late move fell through because of a break down in discussion and not the rumored medical failure.

He fumed at those who believed his career was dwindling following a return to the United Arab Emirates and also warned those he called “haters”, he is not yet finished.

In an interview with TV3 Sports, Gyan said, “Those who hate me, sometimes push me to the limit, I like challenges.”

“If I’m injured and you want to celebrate my injury or downfall, then wait after (one) hundred years to pop your champaign because I’m not done yet.

“They can do all they want to do and keep up with their agenda but at the end of the day I’ll find a way to win. Since day one they know that if they try, I’ll win. That is me. I am not being arrogant but it’s just the honest truth.”

Gyan, 30, will return to the UAE on Friday to begin life at new club Al Ahli after completing a late move on transfer deadline day, passing a mandatory medical on Wednesday.

Despite his absence from the Black Stars clash with Rwanda in the AFCON 2017 qualifier on Saturday, he calls out to Ghanaians to rally behind the team as Ghana seeks to maintain an unbeaten run in qualifying rounds.

“I’m telling all Ghanaians to pray for the team to make sure we win on Saturday to keep our records and bring smiles to fans’ faces.”

By Thierry Nyann||Ghana

Twitter: @3Newsgh

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