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Asamoah Gyan's Form, Fitness Is Completely Down - Legon Cities Coach Hayford

Asamoah Gyan's structure, wellness is totally down - Legon Cities mentor Hayford 

Gyan finished a one-year move to Legon in October 

New Legon Cities mentor Bashir Hayford trusts Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan is truly in a bad way for activity following the club's Premier League (GPL) annihilation to Asante Kotoko on Friday. 

In their fifth round of the period, The Royals baffled once again as Osman Ibrahim's tenth moment strike won every one of the three focuses for home side Kotoko. 

Gyan, who finished a one-year move to Legon in October, was brought into the game on the hour-mark. He is yet to begin a game for his new club. 

"Asamoah Gyan on the off chance that he even has 50% of his structure, it wouldn't have been an issue yet his structure is totally down… We need to deal with him," Hayford said at the post-coordinate question and answer session of Friday's down. 

"On the off chance that he gets half of his presentation he will have the effect." 

Legon's powerlessness to score on Friday draws out their quest for a first objective from open play and their first success of the period. 

Out of five games played up until now, The Royals have lost two and drawn three of the matches. Their solitary objective so far has come from a punishment. 

"Indeed, we might have won it [against Kotoko] in light of the fact that we wasted some asking chances that we might have covered it," Hayford, who supplanted Bosnian-German Goran Barjaktarevic who was terminated after matchday two after the club's helpless beginning to the season, added. 

"This is the fifth game and we have not changed over one ball into the net. 

"That is the thing that I recognized promptly I went into the group… I disclosed to them we don't have finishers. So we are dealing with that. 

"Goalscoring is a craftsmanship and it's tied in with pushing the certainty of goalscoring into them and it is difficult. It isn't multi week, it isn't fourteen days. All things considered, we will survive." 

Gyan, Ghana's unequaled top scorer with 51 objectives in 109 worldwide appearances, was down and out for a very long time prior to joining Legon. 

Prior to getting back to the GPL without precedent for a very long time, he last played for Indian Super League side NorthEast United, with whom he headed out in different directions in January. 

His goalscoring accomplishments additionally incorporate a fortunate record as Africa's untouched top scorer at the World Cup with six objectives.

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