Sports news from Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Richard Kingston, coach of the Black Stars goalkeeper, descended heavily on Ghana over Ayew brothers to the last election team and insisted that their invitation to the Black Star players had nothing to do with the pressure on technical manipulators as Ghanai had suggested their list.
Swansea City strikers were excluded from national team duties when coach Kwesi Appiah last appeared in a FIFA qualifying match against the Congo in September last year in Kumasi.
However, Ayews are now back to the folding team due to their impressive performance in the ongoing campaign at various clubs.
Despite the criticism of the former umbrella shot of Blackpool, he felt that the duo now deserves an appeal to the cooperative, and it has nothing to do with any external pressure that would be exposed to them, as some neighborhoods claim.
"We [Black Stars technical handlers] Do not invite players based on what people say. We have the criteria for inviting players to the national team and I think they are the one they are [Jordan and Andre Ayew] it deserves these challenges, "Kingston told Hello FM, based in Kumasi
"I'm happy that Dede and Jordan are back in the Black Stars, and I personally think they deserve to be in the national team and I hope they will take good care to get the image of the team."
Ghana comes to Ethiopia in the qualifying matches of the African Nations Cup in 2019 in Adisá Abeba later this month.