Ghana Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan has called on the government to show him a leadership and training school in the country so that he will enroll to get the qualification.
According to paragraph 4.2 (page 102) of the Commission’s report, captured in the government White Paper on the report of the Presidential Commission of Inquiry, captain Asamoah Gyan is to be given formal leadership training at a recognized institution in the country to enable him manage conflicts in the national team, but the Al Ain striker has, respectfully called on the government to show him where such a school is located so that he can attend as recommended.
Speaking in an interview, Asamoah Gyan said, “Like I have always said, I don’t know where such a school is located. They should just locate the school for me and I will respectfully attend”.
“I have never seen such a school around and I don’t know where it is located. So if they could show me, I will attend”, Gyan added.
The PCI set up after the poor performance of the Black Stars at the World Cup recommended that the former Sunderland striker must be given former leadership training.
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