Black Stars Head Coach Kwesi Appiah has said that captain Asamoah Gyan will continue leading the team for the time being.
Gyan has captained the Black Stars since 2012 when he was given the role by Kwesi Appiah during his first stint with the national team.
Gyan has since gone on to captain the team at four AFCON tournaments and one World Cup, as well as becoming the country’s all time leading goal scorer during that period.
Many questions have been raised over the 31-year old’s ability to continue to carry out the task as team leader as his fitness has been a huge problem in recent times, but Kwesi Appiah, said he is still keeping faith with the former Udinese man.
“Asamoah is the captain now, and until I say he is not he will remain so. Everybody plays a captain’s role in my team.”
“Defenders talk and control the midfielders, and midfielders control the attackers. So everybody is a captain in my team, and the players are aware of this,” he told Accra based Metro TV.
Gyan earlier this week revealed that he plans to retire after the 2019 AFCON tournament.
By: Daniel Koranteng/citifmonline.com/Ghana