Africa J. Ayew : «During Afcon, I will be watching TV »

Having not been summoned to take part in the African Cup of Nations football in January 2013 in South Africa, Jordan Ayew is however not disappointed. The coach of Ghana, Appiah Kwessi called André Ayew without his brother and teammate of Marseille.

It’s normal … I mean that’s part of the life of a footballer. I am very well here. I’m only 21 years old and have the chance to do something big this season. I did not really want to get into it … The people expect the title to the Afcon, I will be watching TV. Ghana is a big nation, but things happen in the Federation that are not normal. This is Africa … If Kevin-Prince Boateng forsook the national team, there are reasons. I am proud to be Ghanaian and also very happy to stay at Marseille in January. André goes, that’s good! I am here to work with OM, “suggested Jordan Ayew

Ghana is in Group B with Mali, Niger and DRC.
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http://en.africatopsports.com/2012/12/14/ghana-jordan-ayew-gutted-over-his-afcon-axing-but-confident-of-black-stars-success/


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