Baffour Gyan, who is the senior sibling of Asamoah Gyan, was left out the World Cup last squad for Germany 2006.
Ghana will play Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea in the gathering phases of the World Cup in Qatar in the not so distant future.
Ghana is yet to choose a meaningful lead trainer, however they’ve been reports of players considering exchanging ethnicities and profiting themselves for Ghana subsequent to meeting all requirements for the worldwide show-stopper.
Addressing Asaase Radio, Asamoah Gyan uncovered that Baffour Gyan lost interest in football after his oversight from the last crew.
“It happened to my sibling [Baffour Gyan]. In 2006 [when Ghana qualified for the World Cup for the first time], he played 90% of the qualifiers, and afterward they brought strikers who had never tasted one game [for the competition in Germany]. He was on the backup [list],” he related.
“That was the point at which my sibling abandoned football. He doesn’t follow football, he doesn’t watch it, he could do without it, he’s absolutely a financial specialist. Now and again individuals must be dealt with reasonably,” he uncovered.