Kwesi Appiah hints of recalling Ayew brothers and Asamoah Gyan in future matches Featured
08 Sep

Kwesi Appiah hints of recalling Ayew brothers and Asamoah Gyan in future matches

The head coach of the senior national team of Ghana has hinted of handing call-ups to the trio in the teams' subsequent matches.
Coach Kwesi Appiah has also explained why Asamoah Gyan, Jordan Ayew and Andre Ayew were left out in his squad that lost 1-0 to Kenya on Saturday afternoon.
According to Coach Appiah, his doors are still opened for the three players and other players who failed to earn a call-up.
The Black Stars tasted their first defeat in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against the Harambee Stars of Kenya at the Kasarani Stadium.
An own goal from Nicholas Opoku handed the East African country their first-ever victory in the qualifiers after losing to Sierra Leone in their Group F opener.
"I have good players, who are capable of doing a good job. It is the time for other young players to show what they can do even for future matches,” Appiah told reporters after the match against Kenya.
“We have a lot of players in Ghana and I am working to understand and know them well.
“It does not mean that the door is closed for the three players, or any other player left, only that we are also giving a chance to others so that we can evaluate the depth and quality of players we have in Ghana.
"We are just trying the new players and that does not mean those left out are not part of us.
“I have good players in my squad, who can do the job so we are not worried. We have to take our chances and defend well because we are playing away from home.”
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