The Ayew brothers are ready for a Black Stars return according to the family's spokesperson Fiifi Tackie.
Fiifi Tackie has confirmed the readiness of Ayew brothers for a Black Stars return after they were left out of the previous call-up. Both Jordan Ayew and Andre Ayew still remained axed since the World Cup qualifying match in Kumasi against Congo last year.
Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah came under massive scrutiny especially with the skipper of the outfit, Asamoah Gyan being included in the squad.
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The Spokesperson reiterated the readiness of the Ayew brothers to do their best for the country if called upon by head coach Kwesi Appiah.
"I was the person who revealed that Kwesi Appiah has never spoken to the Ayews since last year but he called Jordan Ayew before reaching Andre because the latter was unreachable initially," Tackle told Goal.
"They spoke lengthily about several issues. Just as I've been saying recently, they are ready to play for the national team anytime the coach hands them the opportunity like other Ghanaian footballers." the Ayew brothers spokesperson concluded.
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Black Stars will come up against Sierra Leone on 11th, October 2018 in Kumasi for the first leg of the African Nations Qualifier.