Ghanaians have replied people who have taken the daily duty in trolling Asamoah Gyan on social media. Some Ghanaians have taken the responsibility to troll Asamoah Gyan each opportunity they get ever since he missed a penalty vs Uruguay at the 2010 world cup.
After Gyan missed the golden chance to score from a penalty spot, some Ghanaians have always been on his nerves, trying to create unacceptable jokes with his penalty miss. It has been almost eleven years, but it looks as if it happened yesterday because of how trolls find their way to remind everyone on the internet each day.
Some Ghanaians have raised the concern that it is time to stop this act of discouraging the footballer each day. Responding to tweets reminding people about the 2010 penalty miss after Gyan's name popped up, these Ghanaians made it clear that it is time to put respect on Asamoah Gyan's name. He has done enough for the country and it's time to appreciate his effort.Would you like it when someone forgets all want you have done and reminds you with that one mistake you committed? Kindly comment below with your ideas.
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