Asamoah Gyan, Black Stars captain has given 100 years to his haters to celebrate his downfall since he still stands firm in the world of soccer.
He has described as false report in the media that he has failed some medical test leading to him not joining Reading.
He said the club has apologized to him even though the reports did not come from their website.
The black star skipper said he was so surprised when he heard the news in the media because he called off the deal in order to continue serving his country.
The 30-year-old striker was close to joining Reading, but the deal fell off the table and it was later reported that the player failed medical.
“When I heard the news of failing the Reading medical it baffled me because cameras were ready to take a shot when the deal was before me to sign,” he told reporters after arriving from Dubai.
“The statement didn’t come from the club’s website. At the moment the club have apologised to me for the reports.
“I called off the deal when I was told not to serve my country (come for the AFCON). I wonder why the next day there were reports that I failed the medical.
Conveying a message to celebrants of his supposed failure, he said they should hold on till 10 decades.
Gyan said he could retire from football today and still live a very independent life with his family.
“If anybody jubilates over the reports that I failed medical, then that person should wait for the next 100 years, before jubilating because I am not done. I can even quit football and decide to stay with my family and still feel comfortable.
Gyan has ruled himself out of the Black Stars encounter against Rwanda in Ghana’s final Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying tie against the Amavubi’s of Rwanda.
The Black Stars skipper after his unsuccessful move to Reading has returned to the UAE League to complete a loan move from Shanghai SIPG to Al Ahli.