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Gyan tells Amankwah Mireku: ‘I don’t beg to eat’

Published on: 11 February 2017
Asamoah Gyan

Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan has responded in a vituperatively towards ex-Hearts captain Amankwah Mireku claiming he (Gyan) doesn’t move to people’s houses to beg for money to eat.

A recent feud that ensued between the two saw the ex-Hearts skipper lashing the Al Ahli striker and insisting he (Mireku) has won more trophies than Gyan.

Gyan responded by telling the former Hearts defender that he is not worth criticizing him (Gyan).

The Ghana skipper in a recent tweet again insinuated that Amakwah Mireku is a pauper who gallops from one house to the other to beg for money to survive.

Responding to Mireku’s trophy chants, Gyan tweeted: ‘’Everybody has trophies at club level.”

Again he went further explaining that after all he don’t go about begging for food.

‘’I don’t go to people house begging for money to eat though.’’



This article has 10 comment(s), give your comment
  • dos santos jnr says:
    February 11, 2017 08:14 pm
    U afraid of criticism and u call urself a captain.. who de hell do u think u are?? now listen u fucking fool.. just leave THE LEGENDARY AMANKWAA MIREKU alone bcos u come nowhere near him.. idiot
  • Sam Praise says:
    February 11, 2017 09:05 pm
    @dos Santo are you listening to yourself? Because of envy you calling Peter Paul. If you care to know, Gyan is the most decorated, the richest and an envy of African legend so you and your Mireku should come again!!
  • Sam Praise says:
    February 11, 2017 09:06 pm
    @dos Santo are you listening to yourself? Because of envy you calling Peter Paul. If you care to know, Gyan is the most decorated, the richest and an envy of African legend so you and your Mireku should come again!!
  • ojinga says:
    February 11, 2017 11:09 pm
    you are all jealous of asamoah gyan, because what he has achieved in soccer that ex -hearts captain can never achieve, local team captain is no where near national team captain thats why asamoah gyan is filthy rich..
  • Asem says:
    February 12, 2017 12:31 am
    Ooh Asamoah, for the first time somebody has stired you to talk.....pls do not talk again....this what your enemies want to come at you... ..take it easy. Weather they like it or yes, you've made it......
    February 12, 2017 02:34 am
    We all know you have been bribing the beggars at the GFA not to call any better strikers. Why did they drop Dwamena? even though he is better than you? because you were behind it. You knew you were not fit, they will have to substitute you at some point but not with Dwamena who will make Ghanaians forget about you. You are very callous, vindictive and have sketchy behavior.
  • dos santos jnr says:
    February 12, 2017 08:33 am
    @ojinga, pls tell me one unique thing this "good for NOTHING" Gyan has achieved in football that MIREKU didn't achieve.. now talking about the local scene, have u forgotten they all played in de local league but dis "BOMB SHELLING" captain never achieve anything better?? do we call dis a national team captain.. someone who is afraid of competition and cannot stand criticism.. we criticised Razak Braimah and he insulted us, we said a whole lot about his incompetence.. now a whole captain insulting a football legend bcos he criticised him.. is it normal.. if it would have been any other person, people would have killed de person but now they can't talk anymore cos its Gyan.. Hypocrisy.. once again, he should shut his f***ing mouth cos he come nowhere near de likes of Nana Arhindua, Stephen Oduro and THE LEGENDARY AMANKWAA MIREKU who all played in de local scene but achieved something better than dis good for nothing Gyan..simple.
  • micah amponsah says:
    February 12, 2017 06:08 pm
    Asamoah gyan or whatever you call your self you figa u be who...Amankwah mireku was better than you and everyone who knows him can testify to that jux dat he didn't get the chance. don't even deserve to sit on black star's bench....OFUN PLAYER you even call yourself a legend APUUU...GOD will deal with u and your unscrupulous management board for what you have done to our national soccer teams all...
  • Panucci says:
    February 12, 2017 10:22 pm
    I am very much surprised at Gyan's comments because Amankwa never spoke about he being rich or poor but only commented on issues on the field. So let us limit the discussion to the pitch and not divert to other areas.
  • Velvet says:
    April 18, 2017 09:09 am
    Gyan,God hv seen you and now where is Castro you think we don't forget