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Ayew shock

Andre Ayew has been dropped from Ghana’s squad to face Uganda in a crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier next month,

He and his brother Jordan have been left out  of the 26-man squad announced by coach Kwesi Appiah on Tuesday.
The Irons player withdrew from the squad after claiming he had suffered injury but he had a shocking game against the Congo on September 2 and was booed loudly by his own fans before being withdrawn in the 62nd minute later taking a hail of abuse on Twitter.

There is also a theory being mentioned  surrounding a family dispute between the players’ father, Abedi Pele, and coach Appiah, which is thought to stretch back to 1992.

The pair played together in the early 90s but fell out in spectacular fashion over the captaincy of their country.

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4 comments on “Ayew shock

  1. This isn’t a shock, the player is out of form and low on confidence, irrespective of any fallout between father and the coach as you have reported he was booed regularly in the last match.

  2. Im confused,he pulled out of the squad of his own accord so how has he been dropped.Sounds like the NBA geezer who said he wasnt going to the White House so Trumpton took away the invite 😁
    If you make yourself unavailable for a squad how can you be dropped or am i being a thickie as usual 😂

  3. Is it a shock, his own fans were calling on him to retire last match

  4. Ayew is not good enough to even be on the subs bench at West Ham , let alone play for his Country.

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