Asamoah Gyan has wished Ghana’s Black Meteors team the very best of luck in their quest to make it to the 2024 Olympic games in Paris, France.
Gyan, who featured at the 2004 Olympics games in Athens, Greece, has wished the Ghana Olympic Football team the very best of luck as they prepare for their first game of the 2023 CAF U-23 Championship in Morocco against Congo.
He professed his love for one of the strikers of the team, Emmanuel Yeboah who previously played for Young Apostles FC but currently plys his trade in the Romania Top-flight league with giant CFR Cluj.
“I can’t wait to see Emmanuel Yeboah at the big stage at the big stage, I love his passions and ability to learn all the time , am not surprised he scored 3 goals in his first start for the National Team,” wrote Gyan on Twitter.
“Wish him and the Team all the best, I also started from the Meteors. Go Ghana,” he added.
Ghana’s game against Congo kicks off at 3pm on Sunday afternoon in Morocco as Ibrahim Tanko and his players hope to qualify for the 2024 Summer Olympics men’s football tournament for the first time since 2004 when Asamoah Gyan himself featured.