Semi-retired Ghanaian footballer, Asamoah Gyan has revealed a secret behind his playing career and what influenced him to shine in football.
The ex-Black Stars captain disclosed that helping the needy is only the juju in his life and it has positively affected him.
People believes the prolific attacker played with juju but his manager, Samuel Anim Addo in a recent interview downplayed rumours that his player’s striking prowess were backed by black power ‘juju’.
In Gyan’s playing career, he scored a number of brilliant goals to shock the world and the football loving fans.
“My Juju is doing good, giving to the needy, I will urge everybody to do good. Help people, their words go a long way to affect you positively.”
The workaholic striker who is about to launch a book about his life and playing career disclosed during a media tour on Angel TV.
On cultural shock : “The strange thing I saw during my time in Europe is when I went to Turkey before a game, they slaughter sheep in front of the bus, then in India before the league season starts, they take us to the shrine for fortification.”
Asamoah Gyan is holding a record as the leading top-scorer of the national team with 51 goals and also the only African player with 6 goals at the World Cup.