- Jordan Ayew has mentioned and praised the people who have been helping him chalk his recent groundbreaking successes
- In an interview, the Ghana & Crystal Palace striker indicates that his teammates have been the reason behind his sterling performance
- Jordan Ayew is a brother to Black Stars' captain Andre Dede Ayew
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Ghanaian striker Jordan Ayew who is a brother to the Black Stars' captain Andre Dede Ayew has revealed that the individuals behind his success are his teammates.
Jordan Ayew has been a great sensation at his club Crystal Palace with several amazing performances and sterling goals that changed the destiny of the club on several occasions.
A report by Pulse.com.gh indicates that the Black Stars' striker mentioned in an interview that his performance is girded by the efforts of the people he plays with.
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On an occasion when Jordan Ayew was asked about his sterling performance after a match, Jordan's words were:
“It was a really good game from our centre-backs and our fullbacks and the midfield as well. I think everyone gave a shift and everyone gave a really good game today. It was a real team performance.”
It is really great for a player to perform so impressively that he is quizzed on the reason behind his exploits but it is even greater for the player to recognize that his results are not only based on his own efforts but that of the teammates as well.
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In other news, it has been revealed that former Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah has written to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) demanding his unpaid 5-month salary arrears.
According to myjoyonline.com, the former coach of Ghana's national football team made the demand through his lawyer Thaddeus Sory in a letter sent to the GFA.
It is reported that Kwesi Appiah's salary was $35,000 every month which adds up to $175,000 (GHC 970k) over the period of five months that they remained unpaid.
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