The senior captain of the Ghana national football team, Andre Dede Ayew has revealed publicly on a live TV show that, he has been given a lot of advice from different Ghanaians who has a experiences in football.
Acccording to Andre Dede Ayew, a lot of experience former football players who are citizens of Ghana, have communicated we him on how to emerge through to excel in the world cup tournament.
Andre Dede Ayew explained that, he personally knew what was right for him to do, but the conversation that took place between them has been cherished by him and he has also taken it as an advice, because he thinks and believes that those words are encouraging, inspiring and can motivate someone from a lower stage to a higher stage. It can also bring stability and unity into the Ghana national football team without any reasonable doubt.
For this reason, he is ready to make sure that he implements the advice in the Ghana Black Stars as a captain, in order for the players to come together and achieve success and victory in the rest of the friendly matches and the world cup tournament as well.
He added that, it is time for us to set everything aside and make the Black Stars stable for the world cup tournament. He revealed this ahead of the Nicaragua friendly match.
"Personally, I knew what was supposed to be done and took advice from people, including one some senior former player. How we just have to go stability and play a lot of games together. I think we can make a good impression in the world cup". Andre Dede Ayew said.
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