Abedi Ayew professionally called Abedi Pele is a former Ghanaian attacking midfielder and also a Captain. He is arguably the best player that Ghana have ever seen. He was really admired by a lot of Ghanaians because of his magics he usually performed on the field. Abedi Pele played a lot European clubs including TSV 1860 München, Lille, Torino, Olympique Lyonnais and Olympique de Marseille. He gained world recognition when he led Olympique de Marseille to win the UEFA Champions League in 1983.
Abedi Pele has 4 children, three boys and a girl. All the three boys are footballers just like their father.
André Morgan Rami Ayew, also known as Dede Ayew in Ghana, is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Championship club Swansea City and captains the Ghana national team.
Jordan Pierre Ayew is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Crystal Palace and the Ghana national team. He is the son of former Ghana captain Abedi Pele and brother of André Ayew, who plays for Swansea City.
Ibrahim Abdul Rahim Ayew, also known as Ibrahim Ayew or Rahim Ayew, is a Ghanaian footballer who plays for Europa of Gibraltar as a defensive midfielder.
Imani Ayew is a beauty goddess. No wonder she aspires to be a top model one day. Imani is the fourth and only daughter of the veteran footballer; Abedi Pele. From observation, it can be said that Imani does not work around fame and popularity as his footballer father and brothers are.
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