Former Ghana midfielder Daniel Addo says he is at a loss as to why Andre Ayew decided to stay out of the Ghana’s AFCON squad.
The Olympique Marseille star, 23, failed to travel to Abu Dhabi to join Ghana’s pre-Nations Cup training base despite being released by Olympique Marseille.
Andre told Ghana team doctors he had to see his personal doctors before joining his international team-mates but Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah axed him from the squad.
Andre quickly joined Marseille’s camp in Morocco and featured for the French giants in their 3-1 defeat at Sochaux last Sunday.
And 1991 Fifa World U-17 World Cup winning midfielder Daniel Addo who is popularly known in Ghanaian football circles as ‘Darling Boy’ says he is yet to find out why Andre Ayew decided to snub Ghana.
“He is one of our finest players abroad now and he should have been there but I’m yet to find out why he decided not to join the team,” he told Accra-based Happy FM.
“If you go to Germany, France and other places people are asking why he is not part of the Ghana team.
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