Great Olympics midfielder, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu, says Asamoah Gyan will not be in shape sufficient for the Black Stars crew ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Gyan made headlines formerly this week when he said in an interview with BBC’s John Bennett that he is concentrated on a return to the Ghana national team ahead of the world showpiece to be staged in Qatar.
Agyemang Badu, who lately made his debut for Ghana Premier League side, Olympics, stated his former teammate will not be equipped in time for the event despite the ahead starting up training.
“From my side, I don’t think [Asamoah] Gyan will be ready [for the World Cup],” he told Joy Sports.
“Training alone and training with a club is different. He knows the stage [World Cup] more than me. He has been there more than me. He has been there three times, he has been the captain in 2014 so he knows the kind of stage it is.
“Training by myself two-and-half months before a event like this – for my trip I have when I have an injury for six months and came again it took me like three or four months before I bought better.
“I don’t suppose he will be equipped for the World Cup.”
However, Agyemang-Badu believes the Ghana Football Association (GFA) can take Gyan as phase of the group to Qatar to help the attacking players.
“What we can offer him is for him to be there to assist with the striking aspect as the striker’s coach but for the subject of play, he can never be prepared for the World Cup,” he added.
The Black Stars have been drawn in Group H of the World Cup alongside Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay.
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