Asamoah Gyan has remained one of the best strikers in the world. He featured in major victories of the senior national team and he was generally referred to as Baby Jet.
Onua TV, a subsidiary of Media General has posted a 'Tilapia' picture of former Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan. The media station used a very interesting caption such that they referred to 'Baby Jet ' as 'Ro-Gyan Miller'.
Why has the Media station used the name 'Ro-Gyan Miller?
Readers can recall how the reputable former captain explained that he has not retired from football and he could pull a surprise just like Roger Miller, the former player of the Cameroonian National Team.
The post by Onua TV shows the 'Tilapia' picture of Asamoah Gyan who could not run on the field but still wanted a comeback to play for the Black Stars.
Many Ghanaians have vehemently reacted to the post as some citizens felt that the legendary captain has contributed his quota to football history and needs not to play at Qatar to prove any point.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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