Asamoah Gyan, a legendary name in the Black Stars squad in the past has been associated with moves to join the coaching business after playing his best football for the country and other international clubs.
The Ghanaian legend left the shores of Ghana for a Uefa B License coaching course on June 11 2022 in order to impact his football skills into the younger generation who are looking forward to learning from him.
Even though Gyan is yet to hang his boots the Ghana legend is preparing for life after football as he heads to Wales on 11 June 2022, to start his coaching badge, a decision many people applauded.
The former Sunderland and Al Ain striker will be in class for a six-day program for a Football Association of Wales’ Uefa B License certificate and is expected to return when all is set and done.
It is a residential course for those who have experience in playing or coaching the professional game of football so as a striker, he is fit to be engaged just briefly before being awarded a badge to coach.
In all honesty, the legend deserves every bit of good things that come his way after giving his all to the country in football.