The captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan has ruled out retiring from the Black Stars following Ghana poor performance in the just concluded 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon.
The 31-year-old says that he still has energy to play for his country as he is one of the hard working players of the national team of Ghana since making his first regular appearance at the FIFA World Cup in 2006 in Germany.
Despite having some injuries, which kept him in and out of the team, but the UAE-based striker have no retirement plans from the Black Stars as he still wants to continue with the national team.
The former Sunderland striker however thinks that he still has the power and energy to play for his country and still can give tough competition to the youngsters.
“I can still play for Ghana as I got the energy and power, though it is not like before, but I can still play,” added the captain of Black Stars.
Currently, I’m struggling with some fitness issues, but I’m not worried as I will make a strong comeback to the side.
Gyan has been one of the most experiences Ghanaian players and have played in three successive World Cups for Ghana since making his debut in 2003.
The Al Ahli striker is currently the top goal-scorer for his country with 49 goals and made six successive appearances at the Africa Cup of Nations.
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