Al Ain coach happy to let Gyan settle

The $230,000-a-week earning striker, who made his debut for Al Ain on Friday night at home helping his team to a 2-1 win against Dubai CSC in the ongoing Etisalat Pro Cup tournament, needs games to return to his form which will guarantee goals, the Romanian coach said after the game.   “Gyan needs time to settle in. This was his first game since he injured himself playing for Ghana against Brazil“   “It was also the first time (Gyan) paired with Qahtani. The strikers haven’t had enough time to play and understand each other,” he added.   Asamoah Gyan, who made a shock move to the United Arab Emirates Pro-League, has been heralded as the club's answer to a potent 20-goal-a-season player.   Asamoah Gyan will look to better his average performance when Al Ain play their next game away to the Emirates Club on October 1.   Nii Koufie Amartey 

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