Ghana’s striker, Jordan Ayew since the commencement of the 2015 African Cup of Nations has come under intense pressure over his performance.
Many have called on coach Avram Grant to bench the young striker but the coach has paid no attention to the call.
Former Black Stars coach Emmanuel Afranie has also insisted that Jordan Ayew must start from the bench in Ghana's AFCON quarter final clash.
Jordan who is yet to find the net for Ghana in Equatorial Guinea has been backed by his senior brother, Andre Dede Ayew.
According to the inspirational left-winger, Dede, Jordan has been impressive and contributed to Ghana’s victories in the group stage of the tournament.
Dede who jumps to the defense of his brother noted that “he [Jordan Ayew] has been one of Ghana's best players for the AFCON”
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