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No Ghanaian player has made more sacrifices than me – Asamoah Gyan



Asamoah Gyan believes he deserves the utmost respect due to the sacrifices he has made for the betterment of the national team.

With an impressive record of 51 goals in 109 appearances, Gyan has undoubtedly left an indelible mark on Ghanaian football.

Having debuted as a teenager in 2003, Gyan’s unwavering commitment and desire for success propelled him to become an integral player for Ghana, eventually earning him the captain’s armband.

One of his notable achievements was leading the Ghana squad at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, where he etched his name in history as Africa’s all-time top scorer in the prestigious tournament, with a total of six goals.

However, Gyan’s national team journey has not been without challenges, and he has faced harsh criticism for pivotal misses, notably his penalty miss that cost Ghana a spot in the semi-final of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

Ghana had the opportunity to become the first African nation to reach the last four since Morocco’s achievement in the previous World Cup held in Qatar.

In a recent interview on Asempa FM, Gyan expressed his perspective, saying, “I always say that there are no players in Ghana’s history who have made more sacrifices than me. I don’t see any player. Everybody knows it, even those at the GFA know. When you talk about sacrifices, I know what I’m talking about. The Black Stars [Ghana’s national team] was always on my heart. I made sure I did everything to contribute whenever I represented the national team.”

Meanwhile, the 37-year-old former Sunderland and Al Ain striker insists that his career is not over, despite not having been actively playing for over two years. While he has been focusing on punditry and scouting players during this time, he is determined to make a comeback.

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Osimhen’s agent warns of possible legal action against Napoli over TikTok video



Victor Osimhen will ‘reserve the right to take legal action’ against Napoli, declared his agent, after a video mocking the striker was posted on the club’s official TikTok profile, further fuelling the tension.

The Nigeria centre-forward was already feeling tense after he was caught on camera berating coach Rudi Garcia following a substitution in the closing minutes of the 0-0 Serie A draw against Bologna.

It had seemed as if the situation was calming down with an apology to Garcia, but this evening the extraordinary statement was released by agent Roberto Calenda.

“What happened today on Napoli’s official profile on the TikTok platform is not acceptable. A video mocking Victor was first made public and then, but now belatedly, deleted. A serious fact that causes very serious damage to the player and adds to the treatment that the boy is suffering in the last period between media trials and fake news.

“We reserve the right to take legal action and any useful initiative to protect Victor.”

The video was of Osimhen appealing for the penalty, using a strange sped-up voice, then he demanded to take it before the video showed him blasting it off target.

It is extremely rare for a player and his agent to take legal action against their club over a social media post.

It is also worth remembering that after months of negotiations, Osimhen has not signed a new contract, so his current deal runs to June 2025.

Source: Football Italia

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Everton agree sale to American investment fund



Premier League Everton are set to have new owners after Farhad Moshiri agreed to sell his 94% stake in the club to American investment fund 777 Partners.

The takeover would bring to an end the tumultuous tenure of British-Iranian Moshiri, who first invested in 2016.

The sale is expected to be completed by the end of 2023, subject to Premier League, Football Association and Financial Conduct Authority approval.

The takeover would mean half of the 20 top-flight clubs are American-owned.

Moshiri said in a statement: “The nature of ownership and financing of top football clubs has changed immeasurably since I first invested in Everton over seven years ago.

“The days of an owner/benefactor are seemingly out of reach for most, and the biggest clubs are now typically owned by well-resourced private equity firms, specialist sports investors or state-backed companies and funds.”

777 founder Josh Wander said: “We are truly humbled by the opportunity to become part of the Everton family as custodians of the club, and consider it a privilege to be able to build on its proud heritage and values.

“Our primary objective is to work with fans and stakeholders to develop the sporting and commercial infrastructure for the men’s and women’s teams that will deliver results for future generations of Everton supporters.”

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Kotoko confirm goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad as new captain



Asante Kotoko have confirmed the appointment of goalkeeper Danlad Ibrahim as the club’s new captain ahead of their Ghana Premier League opener against the newly promoted Heart of Lions on Sunday in Kumasi. 

The goalkeeper, who is entering his eighth year with the club, had the experience of wearing the armband temporarily last season.

However, the 2021 AFCON U-20 winner and now Black Stars shot-stopper will take over the armband on a permanent basis following the departure of former skipper Richard Boadu, who joined Libyan club, Al Ahly.

Cameroonian, Georges Mfegue, and Richmond Lamptey will be vice-captains per head coach, Prosper Narteh Ogum.

“It’s a huge honour for me to be named the new club captain,” He tells

“I will say it’s a blessing, and I give thanks to the Almighty Allah, to our noble technical staff and head coach, Prosper Ogum, and to our great supporters.

“I am very grateful for this, and I promise to serve wholeheartedly like I have always done since I joined [this club].”

Danlad joined Kotoko in August 2016, and made his senior debut in 2019, keeping the post in the absence of our former captain, Felix Annan in the Normalisation Committee’s special competition semifinal triumph against Hearts of Oak and also made his Ghana Premier League debut against Aduana Stars in the 2021-2022 league winning season.

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