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Be One of the Black Stars!

Asamoah Gyan is a prolific goal scorer for the Ghanaian national team. Gyan is highly regarded for his strong finishing and terrific pace and is the third top goal scorer for his country. That means you can always expect the goals to flow when Gyan hits the pitch.

Support the Black Stars of Ghana with this official home jersey from PUMA.

The name for the kit's design is "raining black stars." The sublimated black star design was created by famed Ghanaian artist Godfried Donkor.

The impression of the falling black stars is meant to symbolize the way in which Ghana rains down on its opponents when it plays.

This jersey uses USP moisture management technology and has the official Ghana team badge embroidered over the left chest. The PUMA cat logo is embroidered throughout.

100% polyester. Imported.


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