Dede Ayew opens up on playing the Ghana Premier League before his retirement

Black Stars commander Andre Dede Ayew says he expects to accomplish a long lasting desire of arriving at an amazing 100 cap achievement for the senior public group, Black Stars which he skippers.

He additionally adds that he wishes to break that 37-year-old prize hoodoo that has tormented the country before he calls time on his vocation in what he terms a youth dream.

Andre Ayew, the second child of Ghana football legend Abedi Pele Ayew, first played for the Black Stars as a 17-year old, and after more than 10 years with the public group, he presently has 84 appearances added to his repertoire.

In spite of his adventures for the senior public group, the Swansea man is best associated with driving the public U-20 side, the Black Satellites in 2009 to vanquish the world and become World Youth Champions, beating stalwart Brazil in the finals to turn into the solitary African side to accomplish that accomplishment.

A veteran of the 2010 and 2014 World Cups, Ayew said it is the craving to continue to play for the public group which caused him to address Ghana mentor Kwesi Appiah prior to swearing his future to Swansea.

“That was significant in light of the fact that the public group is extremely, significant for me.
“He said: ‘It’s an awesome association and assuming that is your choice I am OK the same length as you are fit and you do how you have generally managed the public group’,” Ayew makes sense of.

Addressing the BBC on a wide scope of points last week Ayew said ” I am near winning 90 covers so I’m attempting to continue to go, continue to buckle down. I’ll attempt to hit the 100 (covers) straightaway.

“I have generally addressed my country with an honorable ton and a great deal of pride. I’m extremely glad for where I am from and of what any Ghanaian is doing. We have generally attempted to raise the banner extremely high.”

Andre Ayew who is in the dusk of his profession presently carries out his specialty with Championship side Swansea City notwithstanding the club spending a significant part of the mid year attempting to offload him.

He keeps up with that in spite of interests to move, an official choice to remain and play in the Championship was eventually his.

“There were a ton of opportunities for me to move,” Ayew says.

“When I got back I felt the longing from the administrator, the players they believed me should remain – and without a doubt the fans. That was extraordinary to me.

“Whenever I felt that I began to think perhaps we need to let it all out once more.

“We were looking at tracking down an answer with different clubs. I said in the event that I don’t observe something which suits me 100% I won’t move just to say I play in Ligue 1 or Serie An or the Premier League.

“The reality of the situation is a piece of me needed to remain here. A couple of days before the finish of the market I told my representative: ‘I have pursued my choice and I need to remain’.

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