Gyan did not start any of Ghana’s four matches in Egypt[/caption]
It is conventional wisdom that the Black Stars were woefully abysmal at the African Cup of Nations.
The team was so poor they were eliminated from the competition in the knockout stages – the first time since 2006 after some very good performances at that stage.
The tournament in Egypt is certainly one to forget for many Ghanaians but one believes he could have made a proper impact on the team if he had played more.
Asamoah Gyan sparingly featured at the Cup of Nations for the team he was so regular in at a point.
He was used as a substitute in all the games and Gyan was clearly not pleased about the coach’s decision.
“I think I could have made a difference if I had played more but that’s the coach’s decision,” he he told Accra-based radio station Joy FM.“I feel I wasn’t in Kwesi Appiah’s plans for the AFCON. With my 17 years of experience, I could tell. “If I’m not a starter, I accept it, that’s the coach’s decision but at least…,” he said. By Yaw Ofosu Larbi|3news.com|Ghana]]>