Jordan Ayew vows to end Ghana’s AFCON trophy drought

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Black Stars and Crystal Palace forward Jordan Ayew has vowed to do everything in his power to end Ghana’s 38 years trophy drought.

The last time the Black Stars won a major trophy was in Libya 1982. Since then they’ve made it to 3 finals (1992, 2010, 2015) and lost all 3 finals.

Jordan Ayew, who’s currently one of Ghana’s key figures is expected to play a key role when the country participates in it next AFCON in 2022.

The Crystal Palace in an interview with CITI FM vowed to give his all in bid to end Ghana’s 38 years trophy drought.

“The only thing I can promise is that I’ll give my three hundred or four hundred percent to the nation.

“I know it’s only one thing and it is the African Cup of Nations, so we will make sure that when we go back to the next AFCON, we will do our best to perform very well and die for the country,” he concluded.

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