All-Time Best Atsu, Gyan and Abedi Pele make David Duncan’s list of Ghana’s best players ever

The former Black Starlets coach has included Black Stars duo Christian Atsu and Asamoah Gyan in his list of best players to ever play for Ghana in the last 60 years.

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Black Stars players Asamoah Gyan and Christian Atsu have made the cut in David Duncan’s list of best Ghanaian players in the last 60 years.

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The former Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko coach rates the duo as two of the most talented players to have ever emerged from Ghana.

On his personal bog, Duncan wrote: “From a personal perspective dating as far back as over 40 years of my involvement with football in one form or the other, I painstaking submit my list of best 50 players that graced the turf in the last 60 years of our footballing history.”

Other notable names to have made Duncan’s list include; former Black Stars captains Abedi Pele and Osei Kofi, C.K Gyamfi and newly appointed Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah.

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Below is David Duncan’s full list of Ghana’s best players in the last 60 years based on their positions.

1. Kwao Baffoe. John Naawu. Robert Mensah. Joe Carr

2. Franklin Crentsil. Dan Oppong. Haruna Yusif. Ofei Ansah

3. E.C Oblitey. Oliver Acquah. PSK Paha. Kwasi Appiah

4. Tim Darbah. Ben Acheampong(Simmons). Isaac Acquaye. Awuley Quaye. Sampson Lamptey

5. Dogo Moro. Addo Odamettey. John Eshun. Kuuku Dadzie. Isaac Paha

6. Joe Aikins. Kofi Parry. Ibrahim Sunday.

7. Baba Yara. Ofei Dodoo. Kwame Adarkwa. Osei Kofi. Yaw Sam

8. Asebi Boakye. Aggrey Fynn. Agyeman Gyau. Mama Musa(Acquah). Albert Asaase

9. C.K. Gyamfi. Edward Acquah. Wilberforce Mfum. Kwasi Owusu. Asamoah Gyan

10. Jones Attuquyefio. Abdul Razak. Emmanuel Quarshie. Abedi Ayew(Pele). Stephen Appiah

11. Mohammed Salisu. Frank Odoi. Mohammed Polo. Kofi Abbrey. Christian Atsu.

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