Football symbol, Asamoah Gyan says being a skipper wasn't something he truly preferred.
As per him, all through his profession, there were a great deal of clubs he played for that needed to make him a commander however he didn't need it.
Asamoah Gyan said in spite of the fact that he never needed to commander any group he played for, it got to a period where the position of authority came to him normally and he was unable to dismiss it.
"It wasn't something I truly loved. All through my vocation there were a great deal of clubs that believed that me should be their skipper however I didn't need it. It got to a period it was nature so I needed to acknowledge it," he told Dentaa in a meeting.
Asamoah recognized that he has authority characteristics and rouses his devotees and that could be the explanation he was given the captaincy in the public group.
Asamoah Gyan was Black Stars skipper until he was deprived of the situation by Coach Kwasi Appiah.
The position was given to Andre Dede Ayew who has stayed Black Stars commander till date.
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