Former Ghana Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan has revealed his biggest regret following the death of footballer Christian Atsu Twasam.
The football player and singer said he regretted not being able to perform in the presence of the former Chelsea winger while he was alive.
When performing at the late colleague’s funeral at the forecourt of the State House in Accra on Friday, March 17, Asamoah Gyan said it was Atsu’s dream to see him perform in Ghana one day.
The late player, according to the all-time Black Stars top scorer, has always been admiring him whenever he sees videos of him performing gospel songs on social media.
"My biggest regret is not being able to perform a song for Atsu while he was alive."
"He always told me he loves it when he sees videos of me on social media performing gospel songs, and he wanted to come to Ghana and watch me himself one day," Asamoah Gyan noted.
Just returning from an assignment by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Asamoah Gyan said he could not have missed the funeral due to his unique relationship with Atsu.
The owner of the ASA musical band grabbed the microphone and performed gospel songs alongside the military band for over an hour in honour of the 2015 AFCON Player of the Tournament.