Former Ghana International, Sam Johnson has urged the Ghana Football Association(GFA) to organize a befitting send off for former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan.
He says the GFA should organize a testimonial match for Ghana's all time top scorer Asamoah Gyan with 51 goals in 106 games who has almost drawn the curtain on an illustrious career.
The former Sunderland ace has typified Ghana's appearances at three FIFA World cups in 2006, 2010 and 2014 and is the highest scoring African at the World Cup.
Gyan is a veteran of eight AFCONS and also helped Ghana reach two AFCON finals in 2010 and 2015 with Ghana failing to win on both occasions.
After more than a decade playing for Ghana, Gyan has all but ended his Black Stars career and Johnson says it will be wrong if the GFA doesn't organize a testimonial for Gyan.
“It would be good for them to organise a testimonial match, but I don’t think they will do it. It’s never in their minds to organism such ceremonies for our players, ” he told Hello FM.
“It would have been good for Ghana to do that but as I said they wouldn’t do it.
“I hope they’ll listen and find something to do. Have you seen them organised such programmes for the great players who played for Ghana before our era?
” It is never in their minds but it would have been a nice thing to do.”, he deserves.