“We should limit our expectations and not dwell in the past”- Asamoah Gyan on Black Stars

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“We should limit our expectations and not dwell in the past”- Asamoah Gyan on Black Stars

38-year-old former skipper of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, has given Ghanaians hope about the current state of the Black Stars. Ghana won in Mali

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38-year-old former skipper of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, has given Ghanaians hope about the current state of the Black Stars.

Ghana won in Mali and fought hard in Kumasi against the Central African Republic to clinch two wins on matchday 3 and 4 of the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

The wins have raised the legendary Asamoah Gyan’s hopes about Ghana’s future and believe the spirit has been raised.

“The team has given us hope in their last two games. The important thing is the win and nothing else. They have raised the spirit high. I will urge Ghanaians to support the team but what matters most is consistency,” Gyan said.

The prolific striker has urged Ghanaians to give their maximum support to the Black Stars and also called for consistency as it will be key for the team’s success.

“We should take it game by game and make sure we win. We have quality. It is a young team which is a new generation of the Black Stars. You could see none of the new players have played more than 30 games and that tells you it’s a new generation,” Gyan disclosed.

Ghana is indeed blessed with so many young talents at the moment and Gyan sounded excited about the quality of the team.

“We should limit our expectations and not dwell in the past. Let’s forget about the past (what we did) and focus on this team. We should build them to a certain level. We are building a team so we should not be thinking of winning AFCON trophies, if we win it’s a plus,” continued Gyan.

Ghanaians have indeed dwelled in the past for a long time as they believe they should have won more AFCON titles in recent years in addition to the four they already have. Baby Jet advised Ghanaians to forget about the past and concentrate on the new generation.

“In five years, if we can maintain 80% of this team they can dominate. It should be a five-year project and I’m sure they can deliver,” Asamoah Bay Jet Gyan concluded.

The former Liberty Professionals, Udinese, Sunderland, and Legon Cities among many other clubs’ bona fide goalscorer believe Ghana can dominate African football if the squad can be maintained for the next five years.

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