Ghanaian internationals and brothers, Andre Ayew and Jordan Ayew are set for a face-off as Swansea City clashes with Aston Villa in the English Premier League on Saturday. Andre in an interview with Swans TV talked about looking forward to the game, playing against his junior brother and making his family, Ghana and Africa proud.
The meeting at Villa Park could be the second straight season that the brothers face each other on opposite sides after they squared off in the French league last season with Dede representing Marseilles and Jordan playing for Lorient.
Meanwhile, former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes Andre Ayew, who joined Swansea City in July, is not ‘inventive’ or ‘clever’ enough to play the second striker role usually handled by Gylfi Sigurdsson in the English Premier League.
“In the number 10 spot, he didn’t look inventive enough or clever enough to play in there. Stoke will think they played the perfect away performance and their clean sheet gave their star players the chance to win the game for them.”