Coach Kwesi Appiah reveals why Ayew brothers & Gyan were dropped from the Black Stars squad; Check his reasons Featured
21 May

Coach Kwesi Appiah reveals why Ayew brothers & Gyan were dropped from the Black Stars squad; Check his reasons

The Black Stars trainer has revealed the reasons behind his decision to exclude some senior players from the team ahead of the upcoming friendlies.
 
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah says he opted to dropped some players as he wants to build a strong team for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
 
According to him, Players including skipper Asamoah Gyan, Andre Ayew and his younger brother Jordan Ayew were omitted from the list just to asses less know players who are equally making excelling at their respective clubs.
 
It was widely reported in the local media that the Ayew brothers - Jordan Ayew and Andre Ayew - were dropped due to indiscipline.
 
"There are a lot of players I didn’t invite and I didn’t do so because they are not performing” Coach Appiah told SportsworldGhana.com.
 
”Players like Asamoah Gyan, Jordan Ayew and Andre Ayew are all players who have been tried and tested over the years"
 
"Ghanaians and the entire world know what they are capable of doing so I feel this is the perfect opportunity for me to try Emmanuel Boateng and Kwasi Okyere Wriedt in our quest to parade a strong team for our upcoming AFCON qualifying remaining matches.
 
”This is the only friendly games we have to play before we resume our qualifiers so if you want to try new players then this certainly is the right time to try them ” 
 
Ghana will face Japan and Iceland in an international friendlies on May 30th and 7th respectively.

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