The Black Stars of Ghana gave Ghanaians something to smile for following a comprehensive victory over Zimbabwe yesterday. Milovan Rajevac and his lads have been at the forefront of discussion, with innumerable fans heaping praises on the team. Deservedly, Black Stars had a win and points that kept them in touch with Group G leaders Bafana Bafana of South Africa.
It seems the Black Stars is getting interesting with the current coach and players available for the national team. Changes in the second half against Zimbabwe worked the magic for Ghana in the first league. Going into the second match, changes were made and this time, Dede Ayew was sidelined.
Coach Milovan Rajevac and captain Dede Ayew have promised to deliver against the Warriors of Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast Stadium tomorrow. In a pre-match conference ahead of the encounter, both head coach and skipper were very optimistic of victory as the playing and technical members are poised for duty in the 2022 World Cup qualifier.
Andre Ayew is a key figure in Ghanaian football, such as his position as captain of the Black Stars as well as his record as the most expensive player ever purchased by English Premier League team West Ham United. In addition to captaining the Ghana national team, he plays as a winger for Al Sadd in the Qatar Stars League.
The Warriors of Zimbabwe may have a surprise for the Black Stars of Ghana when the two teams take to the pitch tomorrow. Zimbabwe is boosted by the presence of key player Khama Billiat, who missed Saturday’s encounter due to card accumulation. Khama Billiat, 31, is a player who comes with immense talent and experience into the National team.
The future appears to be better for Black Stars of Ghana as players abroad kept making impact for their respective clubs. Those plying their trade in and outside Europe have had a delicious story to boast of this weekend. Following those splendid displays for their teams, they will be arriving in the country to represent Ghana on Saturday, heavily gingered.
The senior National team which is the Black Stars of Ghana has quite a good number of players. The team contents in two major competitions which are the African Cup of Nations and the World Cup tournament. However, the team may not qualify for the world cup if the team do not perform well in their next matches.
It behooves every team leader to step up when proceedings turn out to be unbearable. Same principle applies to Black Stars skipper Dede Ayew in next week’s match against Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast Stadium. On a good note, Dede Ayew is proving why he could be relied upon in the must-win encounter.
Andre Dede Ayew has scored another spectacular goal for his club, Al Sadd as they play a competitive match against their rivals Al Rayyan. As at the time of writing this, Dede Ayew’s team was leading by 3 goals to nil and Ayew was the first man on the score sheet with his goal coming in the 24 minute.
Yes, it is undisputed that Ghana has witnessed a long and withstanding trophy drought in major men's football competitions. Nonetheless, it's also undisputed that the country is packed with countless talents, not in football alone, but scattered across various fields of sports. But it could be witnessed that football has a greater percentage of tees talents, since it's the most popular main sport in the country.
Ghana renews interest to part take in FIFA World Cup. The interest commences this evening in Cape Coast. Key on the field will be how the team performs. Dede Ayew as skipper of the side has a major role to play. The Black Stars of Ghana sealed its maiden World Cup appearance in 2006, Germany.
Chelsea have told supporters they must provide proof of double vaccination or a negative Covid test before attending men's and women's home games this season. Wayne Rooney "I went to a private party with two of my friends and from me, I'd like to apologise to my family and the club."
Dede Ayew joins Barca Legend Xavi at Al Saad, Griezmann stays as Messi's profile removed from LaLiga
Kylian Mbappe has returned to Paris Saint-Germain, following his extended break after Euro 2020, as he looks to get his pre-season preparations underway. Chelsea continue to keep an eye on Presnel Kimpembe and may sense an opportunity to tempt the PSG defender to London should his playing time and squad role change following the arrival of Sergio Ramos, according to L'Équipe.
There is no doubt Africa has been able to produce great footballers from the likes of Okocha, Kanu, Adebayor, Samuel Eto’o, Dede Ayew, Asamoah Guy among others. Most of the footballers from Africa have been able to have a successful carrier apart away from national duty.
Most of us would remember the joy that was brought into the country when Ghana lifted the African Cup of Nations in 1982. Many of us were little kids or were not even born when Ghana progressed to the final of the African Cup of Nations in 1982. Those times were probably the best times to be a soccer fan.
Ghanaians have been extremely saddened due to the performance of the Ghana Black Stars in their match with South Africa. The match was for the world cup qualifiers and Ghana lost to the opponents by one goal. Critics and the general populace blame coach Charles Akonnor and Dede Ayew more heavily as they believe their tactical approach towards the match was not the best.
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu who had captained the senior national team of Ghana and former player of Juventus previously has shown his recent reactions towards the performance of the Ghanaian national team. According to Agyemang Badu, the Black starts of Ghana is not performing good nowadays. Due to their abysmal performance, many Ghanaians are loosing their interest in supporting the national team.
Despite a crucial 1-0 win over Ethiopia in their 2022 World Cup qualifier on Friday, Ghana captain Andre Ayew admitted it was not an easy outing. Mubarak Wakaso's lone goal was enough to give the Black Stars a 1-0 win over the Walya Antelopes in Group G at Cape Coast Stadium on Friday.
Black Stars skipper Dede Ayew, according to reports, is on the verge of joining Qatari side Al Sadd. The 31-year old winger is club-less after parting ways with English Championship side Swansea City at the end of the just ended season. Following the announcement of his departure, several clubs were linked with the son of Abedi Ayew Pele.
André Morgan Rami Ayew, also known as Dede Ayew in Ghana, is a Ghanaian professional footballer who last played as a winger for Championship club Swansea City and captains the Ghana national team. He is the second-born son of three-time African Footballer of the Year and FIFA 100member Abedi "Pele" Ayew and has two brothers, Ibrahim and Jordan, who also are professional footballers.