Ayew Brothers Jab Kwesi Appiah; God Has Blessed Us
Andre Ayew and Jordan Ayew, have emphasized that they are ever ready to represent Ghana if they are called upon and have insisted that they are blessed.
Ahead of the return World Cup qualifier in Brazzaville, both players couldn’t join the team to play Congo after they [Congo] frustrated Ghana to a one all drawn game at the Kumasi Sports Stadium with an excuse of being sick.
The Ayew brother were snubbed by Kwesi Appiah after he released a 26-man squad ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ugandan in Kampala and it has been a major topical issue in the country since the squad was released by the head coach.
However, some Ghanaian football fandom believes Kwesi Appiah is not in good terms with the Ayew family. Sola Ayew, who is the uncle of the Andre and Jordan disclosed last week in an interview with Accra based Asempa FM that Kwesi Appiah has not been in good terms with the Ayew family since 1992 when Abedi Pele was made the captain of the Black Stars.
But the Ayew brothers are not bothered by the snub insisting they are blessed but they are ready always ready to play for the country.
"We enjoy playing in the best league. Not a lot of players play in this league. A lot dream to play in this league, Andre Ayew said after West Ham's 1-0 over Swansea on Saturday.
"We are here representing Ghana. We will try to represent our continent as best as we can.
"You always get people who are happy and those who are angry but what we know is that God has blessed us and we will always represent our country."
Ghana sits third in Group E with five points, four points behind leaders Egypt.