Asamoah Gyan warns Black Stars from watching Russia 2018 World Cup

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The captain of the Black Stars has warned all Black Stars players from watching Russia 2018 World Cup tournament.

He made this decision after he purchased his ticket to go and watch the opening ceremony of Russia 2018 world cup tournament.

After merrily leading the Black Stars and preventing the team from qualifying for the international football competition, he sarcastically flies to enjoy Russia 2018 world cup tournament.

The captain of the black stars went with his senior brother who doesn’t want his name to be published with other five girls.

Asamoah Gyan is going to watch all the games but insisted the privilege is limited to him among his colleague teammates of the Black Stars. Although, he has ordered that they can watch only three games of all the games in the tournament.

When his senior brother interviewed him, he said his decision is fortified by the power given to him as the captain of the Black Stars team. And also to punish his other team members for poor performance in the Russia 2018 qualify games.

“I have the power to prevent any player of the Black Stars from going to Russia 2018 because I am the captain. And my decisions must be considered in the team. Yes, I own part of Black Stars that’s why I changed the national captain hand band to my picture. I dare anyone to watch more than three games as I’ve ordered. It hurts me that they failed to qualify and this is their punishment from their captain.”

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The captain happily said not even Nyantakyi can rubbish this order.

Meanwhile, FIFA has placed a ban on Ghana from watching Russia 2018 world cup tournament.

FIFA bans Ghana from watching Russia 2018 World Cup

Although the players are not happy about their captain’s decision, they have pledged to obey their leader of the team.

On the other hand, Dede Ayew has determined to utilize a coup de ta tactics to overthrow Asamoah Gyan over the captaincy.

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