ACCRA - Andre Ayew was denied the
opportunity of playing alongside his brother at Wembley when
19-year-old Jordan Ayew was omitted from a 24-man Ghana squad
for matches against Congo and England.
The brothers have played together at French club Olympique
Marseille but there was no call-up for Jordan Ayew for the
matches in Brazzaville on March 27 and Wembley two days later.
He scored for Marseille in a key Ligue 1 match against Stade
Rennes last Friday and had been expected to link up with his
22-year-old brother in an exciting double act.
With Michael Essien not tempted to return from his national
team sabbatical to take on some of his Chelsea team-mates
Ghana's new coach Goran Stevanovic opted for a tried and tested
combination with one new cap and one recall.
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