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Al Ain coach wants Asamoah Gyan to stay

Posted On Wednesday, 22nd February 2012

Asamoah Gyan has been in shape for Al AIn in the UAE top flight.

Al Ain coach Cosmin Olaroiu has told the club to tie down Asamoah Gyan if the striker wants to stay.

Gyan, 25, in on loan from English Premier League side Sunderland and has become an instant hit in the Gulf state.

It is likely the lead striker will return to the Stadium of Light to join Martin O’Neil in the top flight.

“If you ask me for my opinion if Gyan wants to stay in Al Ain, it is yes, but it is left for him to decide if he want to stay or not,” Olaroiu said.

“From what I know about him and the way he acts, I know he feels good about this place.

“He is getting on well with the team, with us, the club management, and with everybody around him.”

Gyan was one of the most high-profile Pro League signing in the summer and tops the scoring chart for his club with 10 league goals in as many matches.

“Gyan obviously is an important player for us,” Olaroiu said.

“He is not only scoring for us but also creates scoring opportunities for the others. And, most importantly, he motivates the other players.”

Al Ain are in the running for all three domestic titles and a win over Dubai tomorrow would strengthen their chances of a semi-final place behind the Group A leaders Al Jazira.

“Gyan is available for this game but may not play the full match as he has just returned from national duty,” Olaroiu said.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Collins says:

    No one cares.
    That is where Tagoe has played most of his professional football and when the time came for him to justify his striking capablilities in Europe? he has never leave up to expectation.
    And everyone is now and then calling for his expulsion from the national team but it seems like some of the GFA officials and the coach do benefit from Prince Tagoe.
    That is what is happening to Asanoah Gyan.

  2. SIMON BAADGHD says:

    WHAT KIND OF A FOOTBALL LEAGUE EXISTS IN SAUDI ARABIA???? NOTHING IMPORTANT IN THE WORLD, JUST LIKE A PRIMARY SCHOOL FOOTBALL IN GHANA, SO IF THE COACH WANTS TO KEEP HIM, HE CAN TAKE HIM AND EVEN MARRY HIM AND PUT HIM FOREVER AND EVER WITH HIM….WHO CARES ABOUT SUCH AN UNGRATEFUL PLAYER WHO ONLY WANTS PRAISES BUT NO COMPLAINS.MAYBE HE WILL BRING DOWN HIS PANTS DOWN MORE IF HE STAYS THERE LONGER???? HAVE YOU SEEN ANY PROFESIONAL DO THAT

  3. bigeddy says:

    Asa Gyan pls go back 2 sunderland nd regain ur world class form.

  4. Al Pacino says:

    Gyan is very right about his act and what he is doing , SIMON BAADGHD: you have no sense of humor , How can you say such a thing anyway you are a man why not play for Blackstar , it’s like primary school why not let your brothers or one of your family play it if it’s as easy as ABC . you need education .

  5. dede says:

    Gyan u better go back to England and this torrorist calling themself muslims.money is not everything pls. go back to bpl and become the striker every Ghanaian want you to be.a word to the wise is enough

  6. Dwayne says:

    @collins nd simons nd so wat? Get da fuck outta here u dummy no life ingrates…

  7. Allubi says:

    Simon, u know nothing about football,if u have nothing to say, just go away,f**k u

  8. Adazu Micky says:

    These arabs have killed Gyan’s form. He has 2 leave n get more competive games 2 prove his worth.

  9. bbc says:

    Gyan we are advicing you to go back to Sunderland to be a man and don’t be a coward staying in that lower league. Look at what Muntari did leaving inter to Ac milan. Where you are playing right now should be where you should be at the end of your playing time. You have the pontential for greater things but money is directing you to a wrong direction. The likes of Abedi, Weah, Yaboah, Eto, Drogba and Kanu all achieve more with top clubs. My second advice for you is to stop all the music activities to focus on you short career. Finally, never pull down your pants when playing cos that is not professional.

  10. JokerR says:

    Asa Gee, we all want to see you come back here to the EPL, this is where names get bigger and true characters get revealed. you made waves in one year and you can make it again; you got to fall in love with the Black Cats though i am a blue; come back and show everyone what a true warrior you are, you showed it once in South Africa when came back after missing the crucial penalty to take another like a true Ghanaian. “COME BACK!! to the EPL is what the voice would have me tell you”

  11. Chu says:

    gyan has a small mind-he must be careful in de midst of pamperin-al ain is jst using him 2 potray de clubs image-WAKE UP

  12. Chu says:

    he is been carid shoulda high-but de arabs shall throw him down when they get 2 the steep

  13. Ibrahim says:

    @dede who the f..k do u think u are.what has dis got to do with religion.are u saying muslims a terrorist,shut ur stinking mouth u son of of whore.





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