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“Small Hype And Fame” Has Swelled Heads Of Black Meteors Players – Asamoah Gyan Observes



Legendary Black Stars retired striker, Asamoah Gyan has accounted for what he observed in the Black Meteors team in line with their recent performance at the TotalEnergies U-23 AFCON tournament.
In a recent Tweet shardy by the retired striker, he expressed his utmost dissatisfaction with how the U-23 team played their match with Guinea.
Last Friday, the Black Meteors failed to defeat Guinea in a match at Tangier which seems to appeared to be a likely win for the Ghanaian junior team.
The said match was Ghana’s hope of qualifying for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
However, it was not treated with the must-win energy the fans had as they drew to their African opponents in a 1-1 scoreline.
In reaction to this unimpressive performances from  the team, Asamoah Gyan took to the micro-blogging app, Twitter to reveal how disappointed he was watching the team failed to live up to expectations.
According to Gyan, what he saw in the Black meteors team gave him the impression some of the players think they are bigger than the entire team.
Adding to this, he stated that small hype and fame has gotten them swollen headed.
Furthermore, he made it clear that modern football is not only about what a player does with the ball but what he or she does without the ball.
He noted that he sees players thinking they can play alone adding that he tells it’s about time they wake up and defend whenever we lose the ball to their opponents.

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