Captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, has shared the team’s expectation of massive support from the people of Tamale and Ghanaians in general, as they prepare to take on the Cranes of Uganda on Friday, October 7, 2016.
The 30-year-old striker pleaded with Ghanaians to render unflinching support to the team to ensure success in Ghana’s World Cup qualifying campaign, as the focus is not all about qualifying but winning all the games.
Gyan, who is the top scorer for the Black Stars of Ghana with 49 goals said: “I am appealing to all the fans to come in their numbers.
When the Black Stars are playing, the whole country is involved, but not a section of supporters who have come to support their personal club. “If anything happens, everyone in Ghana is going to be affected, but not individuals, so I’m expecting all Ghanaians to be behind the team.”
The Black Stars have safely arrived in Tamale as at Wednesday morning and, they will proceed to visit Chiefs at 2pm and train at exactly 3:30pm at the Tamale Sports Stadium.
"We"re Expecting Massive Support In Tamale" - Gyan