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Abedi Pele believes his boys are good football players and protects them against attack.

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Legendary African football player Abedi Pele asserted that because his sons, Jordan and Andre Ayew, are talented players, Ghanaians criticize them.

Pele claims that the reason for his boys’ unceasing criticism is their brilliance and the knowledge that Ghanaians are capable of doing better.

Pele claimed that because his sons have what it takes to achieve, they receive the same criticism that he had when he was a player.

Never once have they made a mistake. They’ve never abandoned me, that much I can say. There’s nothing wrong with it; it was the same when I was playing. They approach you since they are aware that you possess it and are capable of completing the task. According to Ghanaweb, he said to Sammy Yeboah, “If you don’t have it, nobody will call your name.”

Some have criticized Jordan and Andre Ayew for playing with the Black Stars, claiming that they should be replaced by younger players because they are past their prime. Coach Chris Hughton of the Black Stars, however, continues to have faith in them and views them as crucial to his ambitions for the 2023 Africa Cup of nation

Abedi Pele is one of several football icons whose children have followed in their footsteps, and his sons, Andre and Jordan, have had successful careers and continue to thrive. During his playing days, Pele was considered one of the best players in the world, winning the champion league with Marseille and being part of the last ghana squad to win the AFCON in 1982. His sons hope to follow in their father’s footsteps and help Ghana end their four-decade wait for another AFCON title.

Football legends Abedi Pele and his sons Andre and Jordan have enjoyed prosperous careers and are still going strong. Pele was regarded as one of the best players in the world when he was playing, winning the Champions League with Marseille and being a member of the final Ghana squad to win the AFCON in 1982. His sons hope to carry on their father’s legacy and help Ghana break their four-decade streak of not winning an AFCON. Andre is the most capped player in Ghana, while Jordan has appeared in more than 90 games for the Black Stars.

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