Asamoah Gyan (/ / ass-ə-MOH-ə JAHN; born 22 November 1985) is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a striker for NorthEast United and is the former captain of the Ghanaian national team.
Asamoah Gyan in 2014
|Full name||Asamoah Gyan|
|Date of birth||22 November 1985|
|Place of birth||Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|NorthEast United FC|
|2004–2006||→ Modena (loan)||53||(15)|
|2011–2012||→ Al Ain (loan)||18||(22)|
|2016–2017||→ Al Ahli Dubai (loan)||14||(6)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 07:02, 10 August 2019 (UTC)|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 12:11, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
Gyan began his career in 2003 with Ghanaian Premier League club Liberty Professionals scoring ten goals in sixteen matches then spent three seasons with Serie A club Udinese via two seasons loan at Modena netting on fifteen occasions in 53 league matches and at Udinese where he scored 11 times in 39 league matches. In 2008, Gyan joined Ligue 1 club Rennes, netting fourteen times in forty-eight league matches during two seasons. In 2010, Gyan joined Premier League club Sunderland, breaking the club's transfer record and netting on ten occasions in thirty-four Premier League matches during two seasons.
In 2011, Gyan joined Al Ain of the UAE Pro-League on loan and became the league's top-goalscorer, scoring 24 times in 27 matches. In the following season, Gyan permanently joined Al Ain and once again became the league's top-goalscorer while he helped Al Ain retain the UAE Pro-League title, scoring an impressive 28 goals in 32 matches. In the 2013–14 season, Gyan scored on 44 occasions in 40 matches with Al Ain.
Gyan is the all-time leading goalscorer of the Ghana national team, with 51 goals. He represented Ghana at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups. With 6 goals, he is the top African goalscorer in the history of the World Cup. Gyan has also represented Ghana at the 2004 Summer Olympics and in seven Africa Cup of Nations in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2017, helping them finish in third-place in 2008 and runner-up in 2010 and 2015.
- 1 Club career
- 2 International career
- 3 Outside football
- 4 Career statistics
- 5 Honours
- 6 See also
- 7 References
- 8 External links
Having signed for Udinese in 2003, he spent two years on loan at Serie B club Modena to gain match experience. Following some excellent displays during the 2006 World Cup, he attracted interest from Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow. Gyan returned to Udinese at the start of 2006, but on 17 February 2007, Udinese pulled out of a deal to sell him in the January transfer window. The striker was on the verge of signing a 3-year deal with Russian Club Lokomotiv Moscow for US$10.5 million, the fourth largest transfer fee in Russian football history. "The striker Udinese targeted to replace me did not sign for them," Gyan told BBC Sport. "I've been told I will now have to stay in Italy for the rest of the season."
On 10 August 2007, along with Fabio Quagliarella, Gyan signed an improved five-year contract extension to stay at Udinese until 30 June 2012 as a reward for his fine form in the 2007–08 pre-season. "I have decided to stay here because it is one of the top leagues in the world," Asamoah said, "There is the possibility of me playing regular football here to make me a better player. "I am comfortable with the new deal and I know I can help Udinese achieve things for the future". Gyan and Quagliarella marked their contract extensions with a brace each in Udinese's 7–0 friendly win later that evening.
On 29 July 2007 following his impressive pre-season form, including a hat-trick in a friendly against Serie B outfit Spezia on 25 July, before Udinese sealed the long term deal. Gyan scored 8 goals in 2006–07 to help the Stadio Friuli club finish in 10th place in Serie A.
Gyan was dogged by injury during the 2007–08 season and never appeared for Udinese again after January 2008, having played only 13 Serie A matches and scored 3 times that season.
On 11 July 2008, Gyan was signed by Ligue 1 Club Stade Rennais for 4 years on an €8 million transfer fee. Gyan played 48 times for Rennes, scoring 14 goals. By the end of his stay at Rennes, he became a well known goal scoring figure, scoring 13 league goals in the 2009–10 season. However, Gyan only played three games in Ligue 1 the following season, taking his total appearances to 53, before he departed for Sunderland.
On 31 August 2010, Gyan signed for Premier League club Sunderland on a four-year deal for a club record £13 million. Gyan was later given the squad number 33 shirt at Sunderland. He scored on his Sunderland debut against Wigan Athletic on 11 September after coming on as a substitute for Danny Welbeck. The match ended in a 1–1 draw with Antolín Alcaraz scoring Wigan's equaliser. He marked his first start for Sunderland by netting their only goal in their League Cup exit at the hands of West Ham United. Gyan scored twice on his first Premier League start for the club in a 2–0 win against Stoke City on 6 November. His first goal came in the 9th minute when a Nedum Onuoha shot was parried by goalkeeper Asmir Begović, with Gyan on hand to tap home the rebound and his second came in the 86th minute, to secure a 2–0 victory for the Black Cats. Three days later, he followed this up by scoring the equaliser against Tottenham at White Hart Lane in a 1–1 draw as Sunderland moved up to seventh in the table. He also scored a goal in Sunderland's 3–0 victory at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea. Gyan scored Sunderland's third goal in their 3–0 victory over Blackburn Rovers on 1 January 2011.
On 16 January 2011, he started against local rivals Newcastle United, scoring a 94th-minute equaliser, preventing Newcastle gaining their second win of the season against Sunderland. Gyan added to his impressive goalscoring tally with a goal away at Stoke City on 5 February 2011. He scored an 11th-minute goal against Tottenham on 12 February 2011. Gyan's next goal came on 23 April as Sunderland beat Wigan Athletic 4–2, a match which ended prematurely for the forward as he was substituted following a hamstring injury which is expected to see him miss the remainder of the season. Gyan did recover in time to feature in Sunderland's last game of the season at West Ham but didn't add to his tally finishing his first season in English football with 10 league goals. Gyan took the squad number 3 shirt for the 2011–12 season, the same squad number he wears for Ghana.
On 10 September 2011, it was confirmed on the Sunderland website that Gyan would leave on a season long loan to club Al Ain FC. Amid speculation of a fee of up to £6 million being paid for the loan period, with Gyan receiving up to four times his previous salary, Chairman Niall Quinn emphasised the financial benefits of the deal for both Sunderland and the player. The Ghanaian finished the season with Al Ain by helping them capture their tenth league success and was the top goalscorer in the season with 22 league goals.
Gyan signed a five-year contract with Al Ain on 6 July 2012 worth over £6m per season. He was the top goalscorer in the UAE league in the 2013 season and helped his team retain the league title. On 24 July 2014, Gyan announced on his personal website that he had signed a contract extension at Al-Ain, receiving an improved deal and tying him to the club until 2018.
On 7 July 2015, Gyan confirmed on his own website that he had left Al Ain and set to join Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG. Shanghai SIPG then officially announced they signed Gyan from Al Ain with an undisclosed fee. It was then revealed that Gyan's weekly salary of £227,000 with his Chinese club instantly made him one of the world's best paid football players.
North East UnitedEdit
On 19 September 2019, he joined the Indian Super League side NorthEast United. On 26 October 2019 he scored his first goal for Northeast United FC against Odisha FC in the 84 th minute of the match as his team won the game by 2-1.
Gyan made his international debut at the age of 17. Gyan scored on his senior International debut for Ghana against Somalia on 19 November 2003 in the 90th minute. He came on for Isaac Boakye in the 62nd minute in a 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifier, three days before he turned 18 years; helping Ghana to win that game, and making him the youngest ever player to score for Ghana. He scored four times in seven matches during that successful World Cup qualifying campaign. He was part of the 2004 Ghana Olympic squad, who exited in the first round, having finished in third place in Group B.
He also scored the fastest goal of the tournament after 68 seconds. The strike was also Ghana's first ever goal in the FIFA World Cup, coming in the game against the Czech Republic on 17 June at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne, Germany, which set the Black Stars on their way to a 2–0 victory. He missed a penalty later in the game, and received a yellow card ruling him out of the final group game for trying to take the penalty too early. In Ghana's defeat to Brazil in the round of 16, he was sent off in the 81st minute after collecting his second booking of the match (for diving).
On 24 January 2008, during the Africa Cup of Nations, Gyan and his brother Baffour decided to walk out on the Black Stars following criticism after their unconvincing 1–0 win over Namibia. The media learnt the brothers had packed their bags and were ready to leave the team hotel but were persuaded to stay by teammates. In the 2010 African Cup of Nations, Asamoah Gyan helped a Ghana team, ravaged by injuries to the finals. Gyan scored three out of the four Ghana goals during the tournament.
Gyan scored with a penalty in the 85th minute of Ghana's first match of the 2010 World Cup against Serbia, in a 1–0 win. He hit the goalpost in the 92nd minute before being substituted to a standing ovation just before the final whistle. In Ghana's second game, he scored a penalty in the 26th minute to level the scores and earn his team a 1–1 draw against Australia.
In the round of 16 match against the United States, he scored a goal in extra time allowing Ghana to win 2–1 and hence become the third African team in history to qualify to the tournament's quarter final, after Cameroon and Senegal. In the quarter final tie against Uruguay, following Luis Suárez's handling of the ball on the goal-line, he missed a penalty kick with no time remaining at end of extra time, hitting the crossbar and necessitating a penalty shootout to decide the game. He converted his kick in the subsequent penalty shootout, but Uruguay went on to win the shootout 4–2.
For the second time in his career, Gyan missed a crucial penalty kick in a major tournament when he missed a penalty kick in the 2012 African Cup of Nations semi-final. Ghana went on to lose 1–0. After missing that penalty kick, Gyan decided to take an "indefinite break" from international football. On 8 May 2012, he announced his return to the Black Stars team.
On 2 June 2014, Gyan was named in Ghana's squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. In the team's opening match, he captained the Black Stars against the United States in a 2–1 defeat. He scored his first goal of the tournament in a 2–2 draw with Germany, equaling Roger Milla's record of five FIFA World Cup goals. In the final group match, he became the top African goalscorer in World Cup finals history by scoring the Black Stars' goal as they were defeated 2–1 by Portugal.
At the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, Gyan missed Ghana's opening match, a 2–1 loss to Senegal, with a "mild bout" of malaria. He returned for the second match, scoring a last minute winning goal against the tournament favourite Algeria in a 1–0 win for the Black Stars.
An international exile lasting over a year was ended in October 2018 when Gyan was called up to the Ghanaian squad for a pair of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification matches versus Sierra Leone.
He announced his retirement from international football on 20 May 2019, a month to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. However, a day later Gyan reversed his decision following a discussion with the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Ghana has a lot of great boxers previously like Azumah Nelson, Ike Quartey and Joshua Clottey, so we need to push the young ones coming up. I would like to encourage the young ones coming up and those who want to achieve their aim.— Asamoah Gyan
In February 2019, Gyan hosted his second boxing event.
Baby Jet AirlinesEdit
As of October 2017, Asamoah Gyan has been granted an Air Carrier Licence (ACL) by the Ghanaian Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). According to the Ghana News Agency, the start-up is named Baby Jet Airlines. With the license in hand, the start-up is now permitted to begin with its AOC certification drive.
|Liberty Professionals||2003||Premier League||16||10||–||–||–||–||16||10|
|Modena (loan)||2004–05||Serie B||28||7||0||0||–||–||–||28||7|
|Al Ain||2011–12||UAE Pro League||18||22||1||2||5||3||—||0||0||24||27|
|Shanghai SIPG||2015||Chinese Super League||10||4||1||1||–||–||–||11||5|
|Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai||2016–17||UAE Pro League||14||6||1||0||3||3||7||2||1[a]||0||26||11|
- One appearance in Arabian Gulf Super Cup
|Gyan – goals for Ghana|
|1.||19 November 2003||Ohene Djan Stadium, Accra||Somalia||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|2.||25 June 2004||Estádio da Machava, Maputo||Mozambique||Friendly|
|3.||3 July 2004||National Stadium, Kampala||Uganda||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|4.||23 March 2005||Nairobi||Kenya||Friendly|
|5.||27 March 2005||Stade des Martyrs, Kinshasa||DR Congo||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|6.||8 October 2005||Estádio da Várzea, Praia||Cape Verde||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|7.||14 November 2005||King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh||Saudi Arabia||Friendly|
|9.||4 June 2006||Easter Road, Edinburgh||South Korea||Friendly|
|10.||17 June 2006||RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne||Czech Republic||2006 FIFA World Cup|
|11.||8 October 2006||Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul||South Korea||Friendly|
|13.||21 August 2007||The Den, London||Senegal||Friendly|
|14.||20 January 2008||Accra Sports Stadium, Accra||Guinea||2008 Africa Cup of Nations|
|15.||9 September 2009||Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht||Japan||Friendly|
|17.||15 January 2010||Estádio Nacional do Chiazi, Cabinda||Ivory Coast||2010 Africa Cup of Nations|
|18.||24 January 2010||Estádio 11 de Novembro, Luanda||Angola||2010 Africa Cup of Nations|
|19.||28 January 2010||Estádio 11 de Novembro, Luanda||Nigeria||2010 Africa Cup of Nations|
|20.||1 June 2010||De Kuip, Rotterdam||Netherlands||Friendly|
|21.||13 June 2010||Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria||Serbia||2010 FIFA World Cup|
|22.||19 June 2010||Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg||Australia||2010 FIFA World Cup|
|23.||26 June 2010||Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg||United States||2010 FIFA World Cup|
|24.||29 March 2011||Wembley Stadium, London||England||Friendly|
|25.||7 June 2011||Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju||South Korea||Friendly|
|26.||2 September 2011||Accra Sports Stadium, Accra||Swaziland||2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|27.||8 October 2011||Al-Hilal Stadium, Khartoum||Sudan||2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|28.||28 January 2012||Stade de Franceville, Franceville||Mali||2012 Africa Cup of Nations|
|29.||10 January 2013||Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi||Egypt||Friendly|
|30.||13 January 2013||Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi||Tunisia||Friendly|
|31.||28 January 2013||Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth||Niger||2013 Africa Cup of Nations|
|32.||24 March 2013||Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi||Sudan||2014 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|33.||7 June 2013||Khartoum Stadium, Khartoum||Sudan||2014 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|35.||16 June 2013||Setsoto Stadium, Maseru||Lesotho||2014 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|36.||14 August 2013||Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul||Turkey||Friendly|
|38.||15 October 2013||Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi||Egypt||2014 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|40.||9 June 2014||Sun Life Stadium, Miami||South Korea||Friendly|
|41.||21 June 2014||Castelão, Fortaleza||Germany||2014 FIFA World Cup|
|42.||26 June 2014||Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasília||Portugal||1–1||1–2||2014 FIFA World Cup|
|43.||10 September 2014||Stade de Kégué, Lomé||Togo||1–1||3–2||2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|44.||11 October 2014||Stade Mohammed V, Casablanca||Guinea||1–0||1–1||2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|45.||15 October 2014||Tamale Stadium, Tamale||Guinea||1–0||3–1||2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|46.||23 January 2015||Estadio de Mongomo, Mongomo||Algeria||1–0||1–0||2015 Africa Cup of Nations|
|47.||14 June 2015||Accra Sports Stadium, Accra||Mauritius||2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|49.||21 January 2017||Stade de Port-Gentil, Port-Gentil||Mali||1–0||1–0||2017 Africa Cup of Nations|
|50.||11 June 2017||Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi||Ethiopia||2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
|51.||1 July 2017||Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field, East Hartford||United States||Friendly|
Al Ain FC
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