Asamoah Gyan explains why Legon Cities are struggling and what it’ll take them to beat Medeama as debut beckons

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Legon Cities forward Asamoah Gyan has explained why his outfit is struggling this season.

The Royals have started the 2020/21 Ghana Premier league season on a poor note, they’ve failed to win any of their first two games, drawing 1-1 against Berekum Chelsea and losing 3-0 to Great Olympics.

The situation led to the sacking of Bosnian manager Goran Barjaktarevic and he was replaced by erstwhile AshantiGold and Kotoko manager Bashir Hayford.

“For me I think it’s something about our attitude. We weren’t giving enough and I think the players have agreed with me. We’ve had couple of meetings and everybody agrees with our attitude approaching games,” Gyan told the club’s online TV channel in an interview.

“It’s rather unfortunate that we’ve gotten one point out of two games. It happens but what we need to do is we need to show our attitude and aggression that we want to win games.

“That is how we can win games,” Gyan stressed.

He continued: “Our build up play is very slow, we’re struggling offensively, we don’t create chances enough.

“That is what we are working on. Everything depends on our training. We are working on our weak points and everything so we can exhibit it on the field on matchday.”

Asamoah Gyan, who joined Legon Cities on transfer deadline day is yet to make an appearance for the team.

According to reports, Gyan is in contention to feature in this gameweek’s fixture against Medeama. Ahead of the game, the star forward has detailed out what they’ll need to do to beat Medeama.

“Yeah, anything is possible. We can beat them, [Medeama],” Gyan said of Legon Cities’ chances against Medeama.

“[It’s about] how we approach the game, how we are willing to play. Tactically, coaches can make their tactics but mentally, when you are not there, it will not work.

“So we have to make sure we go there with the same mentality. Give everything we have and the victory can come when we do everything right on the field and we are tactically disciplined. With effort also, I think everything will be okay,” he ended.

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