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Asamoah Gyan has scored 14 goals in seven matches
Ghana striker Asamoah has been hailed by his Al Ain team-mates for his courage and fighting spirit despite the pain of losing his mother.
The Black Stars captain scored twice for Al Ain on Thursday just two days after his mother passed away in a motor accident in Accra.
Gyan’s team-mates paid tribute to the recently appointed Ghana captain, who took his league tally to 14 goals from seven games.
“It takes a lot of courage for anyone in Gyan’s position to play in this important match for us,” Helal Saeed, the Al Ain midfielder said before the game.
“He is a match winner for us. His commitment at a time of grief is just incredible. His presence on the pitch is invaluable and the best motivation for us.”
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By Ameenu Shardow
Mother of Togolese football star Emmanuel Adebayor mourned with Asamoah Gyan and his family on Sunday.
Madam Alice Adebayor drove into town from her Togo base to represent her son in paying respect to the grieving family.
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Asamoah Gyan will arrive in Ghana on Friday
By Patrick Akoto
Asamoah Gyan will arrive in Ghana on Friday to visit his family following the death of his mother this week.
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Ghana FA executive Commitee member George Afriyie talking at the event
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And as custom demands, Nyantakyi, in the company of PLB boss, Yaw Abra Appiah, deputy Black Stars captain Maxwell...
By Patrick Akoto
Asamoah Gyan has dedicated his two goals for Al Ain against Al –Shabab on Thursday to the memory of his late mother, Mrs Cecilia Gyan.
Mrs Gyan died through a motor accident in Accra on Tuesday and despite the loss, the Ghana captain turned out for his club side and scored twice as they triumphed over Al-Shabab 3-2.
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The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana has sent words of condolence to bereaved Black Stars players; Asamoah Gyan and John Boye.
Gyan’s mother, Cecilia Love Amoako, died in a car crash in Accra while Boye’s father succumbed to a short illness – all within a week.
The unfortunate developments have seen solidarity messages pouring in from all angles.
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Asamoah Gyan scored twice for Al Ain against Al Shabab on Thursday
Ghana Asamoah Gyan continued his hot scoring form for Al Ain as he netted twice in their 3-2 win at Al Shabab on Thursday.
The 26-year-old, who is mourning the death of his mother, converted a 43rd minute spot-kick to put the visitors in front.
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Defender John Boye loses dad
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