Is it Just Me or Jordan Ayew is Purely SELFISH & Cares About Personal GLORY…?

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Jordan Ayew
Jordan Ayew

In what can be described as the best 2014 World Cup match so far, Ghana’s Black Stars fought tirelessly against the German national team- Die Mannschaft, who were tipped to thrash Ghana with ease.

In fact, I was informed a German magazine evaluated the existing statistics and came to the conclusion that, Germany will beat Ghana by 11 goals to nill—that was based on real mathematics. But as we saw yesterday, when it comes to football, leave the calculations to the Leicester University’s College of Mathematics and let hard work, dedication and composure determine the winner.

The Ghana Black Stars had several good chances to leave the pitch with a win against the group leaders-the Germans, but struggled to make good use of these chances.

On top of all the chances was this single one that Jordan Ayew handled the ball along the side ‘throw’ line straight into a scoring yard, where Asamoah Gyan was patiently waiting for that pass which could have placed Ghana in the winning basket—there isn’t any doubt that Asamoah Gyan could not have scored that goal.

But Jordan Ayew who had the ball in his possession showed once again that he is not a mature football player—and does not care about team work or team glory. He wanted the glory for himself and he wanted to go into record books as having also scored at the World Cup alongside his elder brother—so selfishly, he tried scoring, kicking the ball slowly into the hands of the German goalkeeper.

Before he kicked the ball, you could hear and see Asamoah Gyan calling for the ball and after rendering the chance useless, you could also see Asamoah Gyan’s disappointment.

It has emerged that, Jordan Ayew has apologised to the team and Ghanaians for the above selfish act—a clear indication that, he made a mistake. The question is; was it a genuine mistake or a mistake which was fuelled by selfishness and his want for personal glory? I will definitely choose the latter…

The reason why Jordan Ayew keeps playing remains a mystery to some of us. The guy is not a good team player, he is very immature, lacks stamina and does not even seem to know the difference between good tackling of an opponent and a bad tackle…

Is it just my mind deceiving me or Jordan Ayew is purely selfish and has no value for team work?

Sidenote: And what is with his shorts—always falling off?  We had Sulley Muntari doing the same with his shorts yesterday too…


Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Founding Editor
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com , a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; he holds 2 masters degrees in Law; International Human Rights Law (LL.M) and Legal Practice Course (LL.M) from University of Leicester and Nottingham Law School--and also a degree in Law (LL.B) from University of East London. He's a Professional Truth Sayer and he is the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” He currently works at Adukus Solicitors in London--where he uses his legal brains to kick real ass, for the good of clients and humanity. Contact: [email protected]


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  1. Hi Chris everything you said is spot on ,why this guy gets ahead of Wakaso baffles me and as for that ball he didn’t pass to Gyan i’m still seething and i’ll not forgive him if we fail to qualify

  2. Selfishness of Jordan cause us the win ,If he passed the ball like we will have kill the game off ..oh gosh Jordan

  3. Let me add this (I should have mentioned it in the article). There was no point where you could see the boxer shorts of the German players. Some of the Ghanaian players lack discipline…

    And back to that pass, Messi would have even passed that ball—team work is key!

  4. I was not surprised though, I saw his selfishness lng ago, nd as for K.P, sorry to say but nw he is useless in our team

  5. This guy is a greedy bastard. Ghana would have been going to next stage now but because of him we have to rely on Portugal. nonsense

  6. Where are all those who were clamouring for Kevin Prince to start the match. We all saw how Kevin flopped big time!

    1. He was facing a conflict of interest. when he turns right germany is his motherland, and left was fatherland. They had to eliminate him and his brother. Am sure he will show his best performance on the next match. Is normal thanx to kwesi appiah for noticing that on time.

        1. Yes they were both confuse and lost… Blood they say is thicker than water lol their performance was so dull. Kevin boateng loves both country lol and his bro did too.. Is like a surgeon performing a surgery on his or her enemy. Ppl would assume he would commit murder so in that case the surgery should be perform by another surgeon.

  7. Jordan! Jordan! Jordan! another name for selfishness. I could see Asamoah Gyan still complaining at the end of the match. That is why i couldn’t play to that level, i would have given him the slap of his life if i were Baby Jet. Even CR7 will give a pass when on this ball, if we come home, then it is definitely because of that Stupid Boy called #JordanAyew !!! What nonsense ….. read what he said

    ”‘After making that long solo run, I was so tired when I got to the goal
    area. I didn’t make any mistake but when they told me I made a mistake, I
    accepted it and apologized to the team in the dressing room,’ he said
    in the mixed zone.”

    and he’s not even accepting his fault (I didn’t make any mistake) tweeeeeeaaaaa

  8. You’re definitely on point. This is not the first time this guy has shown his selfishness. It beats me as to why he continues to play as well (because he also shots these mediocre ground balls with no power – even the three goals he scored recently against Korea in a friendly). Maybe he should take a cue from that great pass that Gyan gave his brother that goal in the first game.

  9. This guy really caused us to loss and I hope he will not be played in our next match else he will do same and later come to apologise as if the apology will bring back the goal

  10. I think we should just let this boy be, what if he had scored? and how sure are we that Gyan was even going to score… Please lets rally around all them and support them..

    1. Oh massa, of course Asamoah could have missed. What we’re saying that in terms of probability, Asamoah had a far greater chance of scoring. Every one knows that the tighter the angle, the more difficult it is to score…Well maybe not everyone 🙂