Legon Cities striker – Asamoah ‘Baby Jet’ Gyan has urged supporters of Asante Kotoko to be brave and not cowards.
Baby Jet, who became a subject of fan hooliganism on Saturday, May 1 when Legon Cities Football Club faced Asante Kotoko in a Ghana Premier League game at the Accra Sports Stadium has come out loud and clear to fire at the Kotoko supporters who booed at him.
In a live video [recorded on Sunday], a very peeved Asamoah Gyan threw lots of tantrums at the supporters of the Porcupine Warriors calling them names such as hypocrites, cowards, and terror-stricken people.
The former captain of the Black Stars asked the supporters who booed at him at the stadium to do same when they meet him one-on-one, but should not act indifferent in such situations:
“When you see a lot of people around [crowd] you just want to do something to please people and when you meet me one-on-one and you cannot do it, then you are a hypocrite.
“When you meet me one-on-one and you cannot do it then you are a hypocrite, but when you see people around then you want to show off because you are scared.
“You are a coward!
Asamoah Gyan, who holds the record as the fastest goal scorer at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany and the highest African goals scorer  in the history of the Mundial further warned the Kotoko supporters to desist from boasting with his name [fame] outside Ghana because he is not one of their players:
“You just want to be hypocrite so when you go outside [offshore] mention your players names and boast with it outside.
“Don’t mention my name outside because I am not part of the Kotoko team. I play for Legon Cities.
“So same way you booed me yesterday being a hypocrite when you go outside mention your players’ names.”
Asamoah Gyan’s FIFA World Cup goal stats:
2006 – scored against Czech Republic
2010 – scored against Serbia [penalty], Australia [penalty], and the USA
2014 – scored against Germany, and Portugal.
Gyan  made his international debut at age 17 on November 19, 2003, coming on to replace Isaac Boakye and scoring against Somalia has represented Ghana at three FIFA World Cups – Germany 2006, South Africa 2010, and Brazil 2014.
Asamoah Gyan, otherwise known as the Baby Jet has also represented Ghana at eight AFCON tournaments – 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019.