Ahmed Brynes, the head coach of Division One League side Nania FC, has said that Andre Dede Ayew and his brother Jordan Ayew will be instrumental in Ghana’s campaign at the 2023 African Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast.
According to him, Andre and Jordan have a lot of experience that the Black Stars will need to be successful and should not be cast aside.
Ahmed Brynes’ comment comes on the back of the statement that the two are out of form and shouldn’t be starting games ahead of informed players like Osman Bukari and Joseph Paintsil.
“We should know that the inclusion of Dede and Jordan Ayew is a major boost for the Black Stars to perform well in the AFCON. And if Ghana performs at the AFCON, it will surely come from one of them, and I’m not only talking about the scoring of goals but the general output in the games they will play.”
“Which includes sacrificing for the team and also assisting your teammates for the good of the entire team, so we will all see,” Ahmed Brynes said in an interview with Rainbow Radio Accra.
The Black Stars are in Ivory Coast to chase their first AFCON trophy since their last victory in 1982.
By: Joel Eshun/Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana