Legendary Ghanaian striker Asamoah Gyan has urged Ghanaians and football lovers to exercise some degree of patience towards Inaki Williams who is struggling to find his feet in the Black Stars team.
Asamoah Gyan has said that because Inaki Williams has played in Europe all his life he is having some difficulty in adjusting to African football since switching his nationality to Ghana.
Inaki Williams has been on a six-game goal drought before the game against Angola and his inability to hit the mark in the game against Angola on Thursday at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium took the tally to seven games without a goal.
Asamoah Gyan stated that Inaki Williams needs just a goal, and that will open the floodgate for him in the Black Stars.
He told the media that it’s very difficult to adjust to the African game, Inaki has played in Europe all his life. We need to give him more opportunities.
He concluded in his interview with Akoma FM that Inaki Williams is improving even though he hasn’t found his feet yet but he is certain Williams’ first goal will open the floodgates and many more will follow. His first goal will boost his confidence level. Let’s keep supporting him.
Inaki Williams since making his debut for the Black Stars against Brazil has played against Nicaragua, Switzerland, Portugal, South Korea, Uruguay, and Angola.