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Jordan definitely wants his brother Andre Ayew next to him in Black Stars camp – Otto Addo

Black Stars head coach, Otto Addo, has openly acknowledged Jordan Ayew’s desire to have his brother, Andre Ayew, alongside him in the team’s camp.

This revelation comes in the wake of Otto’s controversial decision to exclude Andre from the 26-man squad for the June qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup.

The omission of Andre has ignited widespread debate, particularly due to the impressive form displayed by the 34-year-old during the just-concluded season with Le Havre, where he scored six goals in 12 starts.

Following Ghana’s thrilling 4-3 victory over the Central African Republic on Monday, Jordan Ayew was questioned about his brother’s absence in the team.

However, it was Otto Addo who responded to the inquiry, stating, “Let me talk for Jordan. It’s his brother.

“Sure, he wants him to be next to him, but what will happen: it’s my decision, it’s our coaching staff’s decision.”

“As a brother, he would like him to be next to him. But, I have a responsibility for the national team, for Ghana, and I have to decide what is best for the team, and who knows? Maybe he’s there, maybe not, but I don’t know.”

“Maybe I’m not there anymore. We don’t know. We don’t know what happens.”

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