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Captain Ayew led Ghana’s 26-man World Cup squad and was close to rewriting the history of African teams

Ghana national team coach Otto Addo announced today the final 26-man squad for the Ghana World Cup. The captain, 32-year-old Andre Ayew , led the national team together with his 31-year-old brother, Jordan Ayew, for the Qatar World Cup. .

It is worth noting that Ghana almost rewritten the history of African football teams under the leadership of Andre for 12 years, becoming the first African team to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup. At that time, the Ghana team went all the way to the quarter-finals, but unfortunately missed a penalty kick in the last minute of the final stoppage time against Uruguay and eliminated the semi-finals, failing to make history for the African team.

However, this is also the first time Ghana has reached the quarter-finals since participating in the World Cup in 60 years. In addition, Andre and his younger brother Jordan represented Ghana in the 2014 World Cup. The 26-man squad for Ghana’s World Cup squad is attached below.

Captain Ayew led Ghana's 26-man World Cup squad and was close to rewriting the history of African teams

Ghana’s 26-man squad

Goalkeeper lineup:

23-year-old Abdul Manaf Nuruddin (Uuben)

19-year-old Ibrahim Denrad (Ashantikotuko)

25-year-old Lawrence Arty-Zigi (St. Gallen)

Midfield lineup:

32-year-old Andre Ayew (Asad)

Thomas Partey, 29 (Arsenal)

Elisha Owusu, 25 (KAA Ghent)

22-year-old Salis Abdul Samud (Lens)

22-year-old Mohamed Qudus (Ajax)

26-year-old Daniel-Kofi Chiere (Freiburg)

Defender lineup:

34-year-old Denis-Odoi (Bruges)

Tariq Lamptey, 22 (Brighton)

22-year-old Alidou Seydoux (Clermont)

27-year-old Daniel Amatey (Leicester City)

27-year-old Joseph Aidur (Real Vigo Celta)

Mohamed Salisu, 23 (Southampton)

28-year-old Alexander Dikou (Strasbourg)

Abdul Rahman Baba, 28 (Reading)

24-year-old Gideon Munsa (Auxerre)

Forward lineup:

Jordan Ayew, 31 (Crystal Palace)

Iniaki Williams, 28 (Athletic Bilbao)

20-year-old Kamal Dean Soleimana (Rennes)

21-year-old Daniel Averlier (Heart of Oak)

22-year-old Antoine Semeno (Bristol City)

22-year-old Kamal Sova (Bruges)

Abdel Fatau Isahaku, 18 (Sporting Portugal)

23-year-old Osman Bukari (Red Star Belgrade)

Source: www.77577.live

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