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Andre Ayew asks for calm on recent Black Stars performances

Andrew Ayew, the captain of the Black Stars, has acknowledged the team’s current situation.

The Black Stars of Ghana have faced some challenges in recent years, failing to advance from the group stages in their last three major tournaments.

They exited the African Cup of Nations twice(2021 and 2023) during the group stages and once in the Fifa World Cup in Qatar

Dede believes it is important to stay calm and have faith in the team. With dedication and teamwork, he believes the Black Stars can achieve great things.

“I have been in the team for a very long time so we need to stay calm, learn from what went right and what went wrong, keep working hard to make our nation proud because it is something very special.

“We cannot hide behind the fact that the results lately have not been the best and we are sorry for that but I know it’s part of the game. Football is like a cycle you have moments.

“We were on top for about 10 to 12 years but now it’s other people but we need to keep working harder. We have the talent and the players, it’s just a matter of time and a little bit of luck for things to switch around.”

Andre Ayew spoke in an interview with journalist Nana Ama Agyemang.

Dede Ayew has been doing well at Le Havre. He has scored 4 goals in 16 games so far. Ghana play Mali and Central African Republic in thsir next games.

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