Ghanaians urged to be patient with young Black Stars team – Asamoah Gyan

Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has called on Ghanaians to exercise patience with the Black Stars team as it undergoes a transition phase with a roster of young players.

The team has faced challenges in securing victories since the beginning of 2024, with upcoming matches against Mali and the Central African Republic on June 6th and 10th in the 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers posing significant tests.

Coach Otto Addo has assembled a youthful squad for these crucial fixtures, with Gyan expressing confidence in the team’s potential to excel in African football in the years to come.

Highlighting the presence of young talents playing in top leagues around the world, Gyan emphasized the importance of nurturing these players over the next few years to establish a dominant force in African football.

Acknowledging the impatience of Ghanaian fans for immediate results, Gyan stressed the importance of a gradual process in building a successful team. He emphasized the need for consistency and performance-focused approach to ultimately achieve success on the field.

In conclusion, Gyan urged Ghanaians to show support and give the young team the time needed to develop and reach their full potential, believing that with dedication and perseverance, the Black Stars can once again shine brightly on the international stage.