We Blew It – Gyan

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how to use viagra for first time Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan, physically and emotionally drained by the off-the-field incidents that culminated in Ghana’s exit from the ongoing FIFA World Cup, said the team just blew a fine opportunity to build on an impressive showing at the last two competitions.

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It was obvious young Waris had had enough and was substituted by Jordan Ayew, followed by another substitution that saw Italy-based Afriyie Acquah also get his World Cup baptism when he went on for Mohammed Rabiu.

And just when the cheers were loud for a Ghana breakthrough, it rather turned out a Portugal triumph as goalie Fatau strangely gifted the ball to Ronaldo by punching the ball back into play for Portugal’s posterboy to drill home the match winner. It was a strike that ended Ghana’s historic and acrimonious campaign at this year’s World Cup in Brazil.