The Ayew family, another saga of soccer players
The Ayew family is another of those footballer sagas. If you are of a certain age and were a fan of the Football 90, one of those soccer fans who stayed on Sunday nights watching the first steps of Julio Maldonado “Maldini” in Canal Plus, you will remember a talented Ghanaian player who stood out above all in Marseille named Abédi “Skin”, Born in 1964, Abedi Ayew what is it really called, It was three times African Ballon d'Or Y European champion with Olympique de Marseille but also, the patriarch of a saga of soccer players.
The Ayew family, a family of soccer players
Precisely in Marseille, footballers were formed as two of his sons, André and Jordan which they debuted with the giant of French football elite. both brothers, They have a long history in the elite in leagues like La Ligue 1 French or English Premier.
Andre Ayew (1989) Y Jordan Ayew (1991) They have played the World Cups in Brazil together 2014 y Qatar 2022 but also, the former also played a third World Cup in South Africa 2010. All with the Ghanaian shirt despite having been born in France.
But they are not the only professional footballer sons of Abedi (1964). A third brother also dedicated himself to the world of football. Ibrahim Ayew (1988) He does not have a very outstanding career but he played in the World Cup in South Africa 2010 with Ghana. As if that were not enough with one parent and three children, all international with the African country, there is another Ayew who was also a footballer.
Kwame Ayew (1972) Abedi brother and uncle Ibrahim, Jordan and Andre, he played for 20 years at a professional level with a career that took him from France to Asia to play in countries like China through Portugal. How could it be, Kwame, was also international with Ghana confirming that the Ayew family, is a clan of footballers, a trade like family tradition, as did many decades ago. Doing well that father and son soccer players and even extending the dynasty.