Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, says he has nothing to do with the exclusion of Andre and Jordan Ayew from the Black Stars’s game against Uganda.
The Ayew brothers were criticised by Ghanaians after they excused themselves from the Black Stars’ reverse fixture against Congo in Brazzaville after Ghana had been held to a 1-1 draw in Kumasi, citing health reasons.
Coach Appiah dropped Andre Ayew and Jordan Ayew from his squad to face Uganda in Kampala and some Ghanaians have been pointing accusing fingers at Asamoah Gyan for masterminding their exclusion due to the perceived tension between the Black Stars skipper and his assistant.
Gyan, however, has rubbished the accusation that has been leveled against him by a section of the pubic.
“I am also a player in the team and even as a captain I am under the coach. The coach makes his decision and it is normal for people to complain when he makes decisions like this,” he told Accra-based Hot FM
“At the end of the day I am not the coach to be making decisions. Although everybody knows the experience and quality of Jordan and Dede Ayew in the national team but it is the decision of the coach to invite them into the national team or not.
“Everybody is entitled to his opinion as to why the Ayews were dropped. I will not blame anybody but will blame those who are trying to create rivalry between me and the Ayews in the Black Stars which is not helping.
“It is the coach who has made his decision. I am not part of the team same as the Ayews.”