The vociferous fans who occupied each accessible space at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium were not dazzled with the child of the incredible footballer Abedi Pele and booed him enormously when he was flung out in the perishing coals of the game.
As per Addo, however, Ayew performed well and didn’t merit being booed by the group.
“The booing I believe is for me, no issue. I believe it’s generally expected, Jordan [Ayew] played well, had an excellent presentation, particularly in the main half.”
“A ton of one against ones… toward the end. I couldn’t say whether they don’t see it yet he was drained and what they probably won’t be aware… we watch a ton of matches, me and my crew… and I think we know what every one of them is prepared to do,” said Addo.
Ayew was exclusively with the crew for one instructional meeting since he showed up in Kumasi on Thursday morning.
Ayew was at first an uncertainty due to the Covid. He tried negative four days before the match and was permitted to join the Black Stars by Crystal Palace