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Gyan wants no mercy


ACCRA — Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has reiterated the importance of winning well in the race to get a slot at next year’s World Cup.

Report by Supersport

Asamoah Gyan knows that it would be in the Black Stars own interest if they won both away games, against Sudan and Lesotho in the next fortnight, convincingly.

“We need to win all the games in order to qualify. You know we are second on the table and Zambia is leading on the table,” he tells Citi FM in Ghana’s capital.

“We don’t want any obstacles in our way — talking about any loss or draw. Our main aim is to win all the games so that things will be very easy for us to qualify for the World Cup. Otherwise, it will be very difficult for us,” Gyan warned.

Gyan is among fourteen players who are present in the Stars camp ahead of the crunch double header for the national team.

Four players joined the national team camp at the Accra Stadium Tuesday morning for the team’s continuing preparations ahead of the World Cup qualifying games with Sudan and Lesotho.

The European-based quartet of Dominic Adiyiah, Samuel Inkoom, Sulley Muntari and Agyemang-Badu all made it into camp as Kwesi Appiah took them through their paces. —

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