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Ask Asamoah Gyan on his injury return, not me- Legon Cities coach Bashir Hayford

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Legon Cities head coach Bashiru Hayford says he has no idea why Asamoah Gyan has not featured for the club.

The 34-year-old has not played for the club since mid-December last year after picking an injury.

Gyan has not featured for the club this year and there is no definite date on his return to action.

According to Bashir Hayford, he is yet to be informed why Gyan hasn’t played for the club and it will be prudent for journalists to find out from the player.

“I have been telling you time and time again to ask him. Ask him because I cannot look at your face and say your nose is paining you. What I want is for him to be fit so that I can use him. No coach will get Asamoah Gyan and put him on the bench, no coach. So ask him (what is wrong with him) because if I do, I will be predicting and conjecturing.”

Bashir Hayford in an earlier interview stated that given the chance, he will start Asamoah Gyan even if he is not fully fit.

”Asamoah Gyan complained about groin just two days to our game and the physio gave him two weeks to come back, there is no coach who will have Asamoah Gyan in his team and bench him. If Gyan is even just 20% fit I will use him, I can only say that hopefully, we might see him before the end of the first round,” he said.

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