BullGod, prominent entertainment critic and artist manager, has publicly attacked Asamoah Gyan for saying he wants to play for the Blackstars in the 2018 World Cup in Qatar.
The former Blackstars captain stated in an interview with the BBC only a little over three days ago that he would be willing to play for Ghana one last time before ending his active football career.
Further, Asamoah Gyan compared his potential comeback to that of Roger Milla, who left retirement to represent Cameroon in the 1994 World Cup and established himself.
Asamoah also said that he wants a second opportunity to prove himself against Uruguay after missing a critical penalty in the World Cup quarterfinals against the South American team in 2010. This was said during the viral interview with BBC.
Many Ghanaians have expressed divergent views over Asamoah Gyan’s request to be included in the Blackstars roster for Qatar 2022.
Bullgog is undoubtedly one of the many furious and dissatisfied Ghanaians on the internet who are upset by Gyan’s choice to join the senior national squad.
Bulldog believes that Asamoah Gyan should stay at home and let next athletes show the world what they are made of as he has already done more than enough for Ghana.
He continued by saying that because Ghanaians have never demanded or implored him to get vengeance on Uruguay, his cunning attempt to join the Blackstars group with his purported “Revenge” motto shouldn’t be paid any attention.
Controversial Bulldog declared the following on UTV’s United Showbiz show over the weekend:
“What is the revenge about? Do you think Ghanaians want revenge? Are you the one seeking revenge or Ghanaians? Have we told you we need revenge? When did we speak to you about revenge? Why is he saying that?”
“When you’re a legend, you’d want to correct some errors before you retire; that is what he wants to do. Honestly, he did well for Ghana but that penalty he missed has become a dent.”
“The circumstances are not the same. If it’s because of revenge, he should stay home,”