Yesterday evening was a great day in the lives of some Ghanaian footballers, agents, coaches and upcoming young footballers. The 2022 Calcio Trade Awards went on in Accra to honor some great footballers and other stakeholders. But one thing that is causing Ghanaians to talk is Andre Ayew's comment about colts football in Ghana.
Most Ghanaian Football fans might have it in their head that, Andre Ayew grew up in France but yesterday he made it clear that he also played Colts Football in Ghana popularly called Juvenile football.
Ghanaians might have only seen him when he started playing for the under 20 national team but from what he said yesterday evening, it clearly shows that, he got all the fundamentals in football from Ghana colts football.
Asamoah Gyan and Stephen Appiah
Andre Ayew revealed that, he played colts football in Ghana, just like the likes of Stephen Appiah and Asamoah Gyan also did. And since these big players also played in the colts football and made then it should be brought back.
And one thing he also said was that, colts football made players very famous and people knew them already. He also said, that for young footballers to out there and make money then they have to start from the colts football.
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