The Ghana skipper wants Ghanaians to troop to the stadium to offer their support to the Black Stars in their quest to book a place in Russia 2018 World Cup.
The Black Stars got out of favour with Ghanaians after the 2014 FIFA World Cup fiasco in Brazil and despite all attempts to win the hearts of the people back, attendance for national team matches have been low
And ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Gyan believes the team can’t reach the finals without the fans, so has called on them to route behind the team.
"What I will plead with Ghanaians is that whatever is happening in the country now, they should put them behind and attend the stadium when the Black Stars are playing. The last game I witnessed, the attendance was very poor," he told Angel FM.
"It isn't like few years back when you coming for national team assignments the stadium shouts for you to know everything is going well. The attendance in recent games in very appalling."
Ghana will be begin their World Cup qualifiers campaign in October against Uganda at the Tame Sports Stadium.