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Andre Ayew apologises for AFCON exit



Ghana captain Andre Ayew has finally issued a heartfelt apology to Ghanaians for the Black Stars’ disappointing performance in the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).

The four-time African champions failed to progress beyond the group stage, losing their opening game 2-1 to Cape Verde and drawing 2-2 against Egypt and Mozambique.

Their final match against Mozambique, where they squandered a 2-0 lead, dashed hopes of qualifying for the next stage.

Ayew, one of the main figures facing public backlash, acknowledged the team’s poor show. In a recent video shared, Ayew took full responsibility for the on-field results and apologized to the nation.

“These past days have been very difficult for every Ghanaian, every Ghanaian football fan, and myself. I’d like to apologize for the results in the AFCON that we just exited,” Ayew expressed in the video.

He admitted that the team should have performed better and achieved better results, urging Ghanaians to forgive them and shift focus to the future. Ayew promised to bounce back stronger and emphasised that challenges in football are opportunities to become stronger individually and collectively.

“As the captain of the squad, I take full responsibility for what happened on the pitch. For the playing body, we should have done better, we should have made sure that we bring results to our nation,” Ayew stated.

Despite the AFCON disappointment, Andre Ayew remains Ghana’s top scorer in the competition and matched the long-standing appearance record of Rigobert Song, with 36 appearances at the AFCON.

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