Sports News of Friday, 23 November 2018
Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has disclosed that amongst all the league he played in, he enjoyed playing in the English Premier League.
Sunderland broke their club transfer record in 2010 to sign the 33-year-old in excess of £13 million following his exploits in the 2010 FIFA World Cup with Ghana.
Gyan went on to score 11 goals in 36 appearances for the Black Cats before making a shocking move to Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates.
Despite his short stay with the Birmingham-based outfit, the Kayserispor forward left an indelible mark on the league with his trademark goal celebration.
In an interview on Adom TV, Gyan stated that though his stay in England was short, it was the league he enjoyed himself most.
“I enjoyed the English Premier League the most amongst all the leagues I have played in.”
He further said that Al-Ain is the club enjoyed playing in his glittering footballing career.
“I enjoyed playing for Al Ain. They did everything for me.”
Gyan holds the record for the most goals scored by an African player in the World Cup with six goals in three tournaments.
He has played in Italy, France, England, UAE and China.