Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan pays tribute to hero Christian Gyan as he is laid to rest
- Ex-Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has paid his final respects to the late former Black Stars defender Christian Gyan
- Christian Gyan, who passed on in December, was laid to rest this weekend in Rotterdam in Holland
- The former Feyenoord player receive a beautiful farewell from the fans of the club who showed up at the De Kuip stadium for his funeral
Legendary Ghana forward, Asamoah Gyan, has paid a glowing tribute to former defender Christian Gyan, who was laid to rest in the Netherlands this weekend.
The ex-Ghana defender died on December 29, 2021 after battling cancer in the last four years.
Gyan, who played for Feyenoord in Holland had a befitting farewell by fans of the club and ex-captain of the Black Stars, who penned down some emotional words.
"You served the nation well. I watched and admired your composure in defense for Ghana. You are a hero. It’s unfortunate people forget and celebrate our heroes. Rest In Peace CHRISTIAN GYAN. Hmmmm," brokenhearted Asamoah Gyan wrote on Twitter.
Feyenoord fans pay final respect to Christian Gyan
Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, former Ghana and Feyenoord defender, Christian Attah Gyan, has been given a rousing farewell after he was laid to rest in the Netherlands following his passing last month.
The Ghanaian football legend passed on on December 29, after losing his battle with cancer in a hospital in the Netherlands.
In photos and videos posted on Twitter, the ex-Ghana player was given a beautiful tribute after about 1500 fans of Feyenoord came to bid their final goodbyes.
Asamoah Gyan insists he has a lot to offer
Former Ghana captain, Asamoah Gyan, will be returning to action sooner than later, after disclosing he has not retired from football.
The 36-year-old has not played for almost a year, but insists he has a lot to offer before he decides to hand his boots.
The SuperSport AFCON specialist analyst said he feels young and the mind has not given up on football yet.
Source: Sports Brief News