Edwin Gyasi is a Netherland-born Ghanaian midfielder who paly for Beitar Jerusalem in Israel. He has featured for many clubs in Europe including Az Alkmaar, FC Twente, CSKA Sofia, Samsunspor, Aalesund and Beitar Jerusalem.
His best season in Europe was in 2016-2017 with Aalesund in the Norwegian league when he played 53 matches and scored 12 goals in all competition.
His performance earn him a call up to the senior national team Ghana black stars under former coach Akwasi Appiah.
Gyasi have made five appearance for the black stars from 2017-2018 and has one goal to his credit.
His only goal was against Egypt in a 1-1 draw match on 12 November 2017 at the Baba Yara sports stadium in kumasi, in the 2018 FIFA world cup qualification.
The 30-year-old midfielder believe he has more to offer the Ghana national team.
Speaking in an interview with Angel FM kumasi on floodlight sports, on Monday 6 June, Edwin believe he is in good form and deserve to be part of the current black stars team playing in the AFCON 2023 qualifiers.
However he also believe that the national team call ups is made on fair grounds and the current squad is capable of qualifying the country to the AFCON 2023 in Ivory coast.
Watch the full interview on YouTube with this link
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