I am not finished yet – Gyan mocks critics

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Ghana's soccer player Asamoah Gyan dances during their training in Ngouoni, 45km outside Franceville, Gabon, Friday Jan. 27, 2012. Ghana will play their African Cup of Nations Group D soccer match against Mali on Saturday Jan. 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
Ghana’s soccer player Asamoah Gyan dances during their training in Ngouoni, 45km outside Franceville, Gabon, Friday Jan. 27, 2012. Ghana will play their African Cup of Nations Group D soccer match against Mali on Saturday Jan. 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, has hit out at critics saying his footballing career is not heading to an end after signing for Al-Ahli Dubai in the UAE.

“For about 6 or so months, I have not been very fit but I always say that you cannot judge a player when he is not fit.

When I am 100 percent fit and I am not performing, that is when you can judge me”, said Gyan in an interview with Citi Sports shortly after arriving from signing for Al-Ahli Dubai.

If I am injured and anyone wants to celebrate, wait for a hundred years because I am not done. People can do what they like but I always find a way to win. That is what it is and I am not being arrogant.”

“I just want to be fit and then, we will see what happens next. I have confidence in myself and I know what I can do when I am fit.”

Gyan speaking to journalists after his arrival in Ghana after signing for Al-Ahli Dubai.

The 30-year-old is now expected to lead Ghana out when they take on the Amavubi of Rwanda on the 3rd of September in their final AFCON qualifiers.

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