Andre Ayew, player for the Black Stars, comes in Ghana ahead of the 2023 AFCONQ for matches against Madagascar and the Central African Republic.
Andre Ayew, an attacker who is based in Qatar, has already arrived in Accra, Ghana, in advance of Ghana’s matches in the 2023 AFCON qualification series against Madagascar and the Central African Republic, which will take place next month.
According to Ghana Sports Online, the 32-year-old was spotted at the Nania Park in Legon on Wednesday, where he was watching his father’s team, Nania FC, compete against Kwaebibirem in the Division One League match. Kwaebibirem was the opponent in this match.
Ayew, who serves as the Black Stars’ captain, must be included in the team’s lineup for both of the upcoming games, even if head coach Otto Addo hasn’t yet revealed the players who will be in his confirmed roster.
As a result of his suspension, the Al Sadd attacker was unable to compete in the last round of qualification for the 2022 FIFA World Cup against Nigeria in Kumasi and Abuja.
Ayew has earned 102 caps for the Ghana senior national team since making his debut with the West Africans in 2008 under the tutelage of French trainer Claude Le Roy. Ayew’s senior international career began in Ghana.
Andre Ayew had a breakout year during his first campaign with Al Sadd in Qatar.
In his debut campaign with Al Sadd in Qatar, the captain of the Black Stars has been nothing short of spectacular.
Only seven more matches will be needed for him to tie Asamoah Gyan’s record of 109 appearances while wearing the Ghana shirt.
Ayew had a very successful first season with the Qatari club Al Sadd, during which he scored 18 goals across all competitions. He also had a lot of fun doing it.