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“Be humble and learn from others” – Asamoah Gyan on Ghana’s decline

Ghana footballing legend, Asamoah Gyan says leaders of the Ghana Football Association should admit their shortcomings to enable them to pick lessons from other countries to help improve the sport in Ghana.

Ghana footballing legend, Asamoah Gyan says leaders of the Ghana Football Association should admit their shortcomings to enable them to pick lessons from other countries to help improve the sport in Ghana.

Over the last decade, countries like Morocco have significantly improved their structure to position them as one of the best football nations on the continent.

It is on the basis of this that the former Black Stars striker has called on the leaders to learn and help improve football in Ghana.

According to him, no one is perfect and has all the answers but good things should be emulated, using Morocco as an example.

In a now-deleted post on Asamoah Gyan’s Instagram page, he wrote “It’s about time we learn from what Morocco is doing. Nobody is perfect. We have to be humble and learn from each other.”

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