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Video: Ayew Brothers Spotted Jet Skiing During Holidays in Ghana
- Andre Ayew and his brother Jordan are spending time off together in Ghana
- The Black Stars duo were spotted jet skiing
- The Ayew brothers are expected to return to action later this month
Black Stars captain Andre Ayew and his brother Jordan Ayew are enjoying their holidays in Ghana.
The brothers took a short trip to Ada, where they were spotted jet skiing as they spend the rest of their free days having fun.
Jordan will be leaving Ghana for England in the coming days to start pre-season with Crystal Palace while Ayew finds himself a new club after ending his stay with Nottingham Forest.
In a video shared on social media, Ayew is seen enjoying the moment with his younger brother, whilst Black Stars teammate Mubarak Wakaso watches.
Both players had a long season, with the eldest of the brothers playing for two clubs in the just ended campaign. He started the season in Qatar with Al Sadd but joined Nottingham Forest in February on a short-term deal.
Meanwhile, Jordan enjoyed an outstanding end to the season in the English Premier League as Palace wrapped up the campaign in style.
Under veteran manager Roy Hodgson, Jordan rediscovered his form, scoring three times in the last seven games of the season.
Mane tips Ghana for AFCON 2023
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Senegal and Bayern Munich winger, Sadio Mane has listed Ghana as one of the favourites to win the Africa Cup of Nations next year in Ivory Coast.
The 2021 AFCON champion believes the Black Stars alongside Egypt, Morocco and Cameroon stand a chance of winning the competition.
Ghana are yet to secure qualification to the tournament after they were held by Madagascar in the penultimate AFCON qualifier last month.
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The Ghana U23 team were eliminated from the tournament in Morocco at the group stage, and will not qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
This is the third time in a little over a year that a Ghanaian national team has failed to progress beyond the first round of an international competition.