Exclusive: The veteran coach wants Kwesi Appiah to make good use of the duo who have been returning to clothing since September 2017
Former Hearts of Oak coach JE Sarpong has admitted his excitement to Andrey and Jordan Ayewa's news that he is returning to the Black Stars team but wants the Kwesi Appiah coach to bring the best of the duo when he locks horns with Ethiopia in the 2019 African Cup qualifiers November 18.
The brothers have been bent since September last year after allegedly disabling sickness and injuries to skip the match against Congo in Brazzaville.
With Ghana fighting in the campaign, Sarpong thinks it's the right time for a couple to return.
"I'm glad to come back, but Kwesi Appiah must be able to handle her return very well to get the best of them," he said..
"I believe that Appiah decided to ignore them at first, because what he was able to reject in the Congo match was desperate, and the differences were resolved, so the brothers need leadership from the coach to get results against Ethiopia."
"We can not just get rid of them, and on their return, it is very possible that we beat Ethiopia in Addis Ababa and eventually end Kenya in the final game to qualify for the tournament," added Sarpong.
Ghana ranks third in Group F with three points, four knocked out of Kenya and one behind Ethiopia.