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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 [6] 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 [34] 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.

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