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Gyan takes indefinite break from playing for Ghana

The Ghana Football Association says it is urging Asamoah Gyan to change his mind after the striker decided to take an indefinite break from international football following abuse from fans

AP, Saturday 18 Feb 2012
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Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan
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The GFA says Sunderland striker Gyan, who is currently on loan at United Arab Emirates-based team Al Ain, is “frustrated over the verbal abuse he has received since playing for the country at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.”

Gyan had a penalty saved in the semifinal against Zambia earlier this month, which Ghana lost 1-0.

He also missed a penalty in the World Cup quarterfinal loss to Uruguay at the 2010 World Cup.

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Romeo Barnor
19-02-2012 11:00pm
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things are bad but GOD knows best.The decision you taken is the best.Continue to play for your club and get your money.Boy all the best.
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eric k slehweon
18-02-2012 07:40pm
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please gyan we love u continoun to play for ghana
hi gyan how are doing ihope u are cool as iam hey man dont give up play for ghana
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