Black Stars’ forward, Jordan Ayew is currently the most disliked Black Stars player on the internet, following Ghana’s loss against Portugal during the recently ended opening match in the continuous World Cup tournament.
As communicated by a lot of infuriated Ghanaians, Jordan Ayew is an exceptionally languid and classless footballer who should not be permitted to associate himself with the Black Stars team, at any point in the future.
Numerous football fans have recommended that Dede Ayew, who helped in giving Ghana the much needed equalizing goal during the second half of the game, shouldn’t have been substituted for Bukari and Jordan Ayew, because they’re the main reason why the Black Stars conceded two more goals, adding to Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty shoot out.
This observation was determined based on the fact that soon after the substitutions were made, Portugal scored two goals after Jordan Ayew lost the ball in dangerous regions on two occasions.
A request is presently in progress by ardent local football fans via a computerized space to carefully caution Coach Otto Addo never to try fixing Jordan Ayew in any of our subsequent matches in the tournament.
Look at some of the remarks by Ghanaians who firmly believe Jordan Ayew ought to be completely faulted for the additional two goals Portugal scored.
Lewa Bk – Absolute bad luck to our national team. Even from the cameras you could see Dede Ayew was pretty angry at his brother for the goal he conceded from his mistake. This should be his final calling to the team!!
Kelvin Nabila – I don’t know why Addo had to bring Jordan in, that changes wasn’t necessary, but hey, the guys did well, better luck in the next game.
Mercy Raissa – Dis Jordan he be curse to Ghana football
Manuel Arts – That yawa boy #jordan make I vex saf. He’s just like Akuffo Addo #badluck sooor. Just wondering why dem select am saf #jonki like that
Nana Konadu Agyemang – This Jordan is bad luck AKA bad news for Ghana
Victoria Harriet Owusu – This guy seriously he doesn’t know how to play oooo. I don’t know why they trust him like dar. The fact that he’s Abede Pele son doesn’t mean football blood runs through his veins. Dede Ayew actually had dar blood tho. I don’t know wat they see in him
This isn’t the first time Ghanaians have registered their concerns over Jordan Ayew’s participation in the national team.
Whenever he’s included in matches, he displays his skills negatively, as though he was beseeched and compelled to play for his country.
Coach Otto Addo shouldn’t permit any unwelcomed opinion minds to influence the decisions he makes both on and off the pitch.