Ghanaian Footballer Reveals How S*x Helps Him Deliver His Best in Matches

Ghanaian Footballer Reveals How S*x Helps Him Deliver His Best in Matches

  • Former Ghana and Asante Kotoko striker Alex Asamoah Gyan revealed that he has s*x many times before games
  • The 36-year-old was the star of the Porcupine Warriors between 2008 to 2010, with the Ghana Premier League title in 2008/09
  • Alex Asamoah has also been goal king in the Ghana Premier League, scoring 16 goals in the 2008/09 season

Former Asante Kotoko striker, Alex Asamoah, has revealed that s*x is a form of ritual he engages in before matches.

The 36-year-old carved a cult-hero status in Kumasi during his time with Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko between 2008 to 2010.

According to Alex Asamoah having s*x before games motivated him to give his best for the club.

Alex Asamoah, Ghana, Kotoko
Alex Asamoah Gyan revealed regular s*x helped him give his best in games. Credit: @ghanaweb
Source: Twitter
“Having s*x before games is normal to me. It even motivates me to play well. But that issue depends on the individual since we differ from each other. You choose what works for you,” he told Hot FM as quoted by Ghanaweb.

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Alex Asamoah helped Asante Kotoko win the 2008/09 Ghana Premier League, ending the season as goal king with 16 goals.

The powerful forward enjoyed two successful seasons with the Porcupine Warriors before moving to South Korea to continue his career.

He also played for ES Setif of Tunisia and in Ghana for Berekum Arsenal, Ashantogold and Aduana Stars.

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Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Kumasi Asante Kotoko coach, Dr Prosper Ogum, has reportedly left his role as trainer of the Porcupine Warriors after just ten months in charge of the club.

The former WAFA coach resigned from his role following a successful campaign in the domestic league with the Reds.

According to multiple reports, Dr Ogum decided to quit after a meeting with the management of the team on Wednesday.

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The 25-year-old joins the UEFA Champions League campaigners after successfully passing his medical on Monday.

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