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Asamoah Gyan with his teammates the day after joining Sunderland
Asamoah Gyan has not ruled returning to the Premier League but the ex Sunderland man had a poor Afcon 2013. So would anyone gamble on him?
As the African Cup of Nations comes to a close many teams are left picking at the wreckage of a disastrous campaign while others are basking in the glory of over-achievement and glory. For Ghana once again it really is neither.
A semi-final with Burkina Faso was on paper the perfect avenue to make it to the final against Nigeria but they failed on penalties and the dream was over for another year.
One player who featured for The Black Stars was former Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan.
The striker came into the competition off the back of extremely impressive form for his United Arab Emirates club Al-Ain; scoring 48 goals in 38 appearances for the club arriving at the club from the North East.
His move to the Middle East was questioned by many who felt it demonstrated a lack of ambiti...
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