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Be Humble And Learn From Morocco – Asamoah Gyan Urges GFA



Retired Black Stars striker, Asamoah Gyan has advised leaders of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to humble themselves and learn from what Morocco is doing right now with its football.

Gyan, following his recent trip to Rabat, posted a video of himself taking a look at facilities in Morocco, with a caption that was straightforward.

According to the 37-year-old former Sunderland attacker, nobody is perfect and Ghana should be open to seeking ideas from the North African country for lessons concerning its damaged football framework.

In a recent Instagram post shared by Gyan, he stated that it’s about time Ghana learns from what Morocco is doing.

He reiterated that since nobody is perfect, it will be mindful if the Ghana Football Association (GFA) learns to stay humble and learn from the North African country, inferring from their resilient results and performances in recent football competitions across all national team levels.

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