BREAKING: Dede And Jordan Ayew Reportedly Quit Ghana Black Stars

News coming in wildly alleges that Dede and Jordan Ayew have allegedly bid goodbye to Ghana’s senior national team following the insults and bitter criticisms from some angry Ghanaians following the team’s poor performance at the ongoing AFCON.

After the Blackstars’ mortifying performance at the tournament, a lot of Ghanaians took to the internet to attack and blast the Ayew brothers for being the cause of the team’s embarrassing exhibition at the football tournament.

A majority of these disappointed Ghanaians additionally proposed that the Ayew brothers shouldn’t be given a call up into the National team squad again because they have fell off from their prime and blissful years.

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Well, it appears these sharp and unpleasant words form Ghanaians have landed on the doorsteps of the Ayew brothers hence the need for them to save the little dignity and respect they have – By exiting the national team.

At the moment, an official communique from the Ayew brothers hasn’t been released yet concerning the hearsays but we are hopeful that a press statement from their camp will be dropped into the media in a matter of few hours ahead.    

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