Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan says he is not perturbed by Sulley Muntari's subtle criticism of his leadership qualities.
Muntari, who is without a club, threw spokes in the perceived leadership crisis in the team with a subtle attack on the former Sunderland hitman.
But the iconic Ghana captain insists he is not losing sleep over the subtle criticism.
“I am not worried. I have played with Sulley Muntari for so many years and he knows what he is saying. I respect Sulley’s opinion about me," he said on the Delay show
"I am the Captain of the Black Stars and I don't care if any player thinks I'm not the Captain. Officially I'm Captain and I have control because my orders are followed."
Gyan chalked a remarkable landmark after scoring his 50th international goal for Ghana during a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia last week.
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