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The true story behind the withdrawal of Kwadwo Asamoah from Black Stars

Sports news on Wednesday, November 14, 2018



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Inter Milan midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah left Ghana's team in 2019 before Ethiopia, due to the presence of the Ayew brothers, is reporting.

Asamoah, 29, believes he is dissatisfied with the return of the controversial powerful duo to the team amid allegations of superstition.

Inter Milan confirmed on Monday that the Ghanaian international will not be available for confrontation against the country in East Africa on November 18 due to recurring injuries.

But the reason of the Italian giants is scrupulously controlled in the West African nation with the ongoing conspiracy theory.

It is thought that former Juventus ace has called time in his international career over the couple.

Sources affirm that the presence of the duo has undergone its progress in the international scene in a country where superstition is the burner of life.

The Ayew brothers appeared for the Black Stars in the FIFA World Cup 2018 Cup against Congo in Kumasi.

The pair had to be in the squad for the lap back in Brazzaville but opted for the squad after an injury to Andre with Jordan who also suffered from stomach complications before the trip to Congo.

Meanwhile, Asamoah returned from a four-year self-imposed exile before last-year double title games against Sierra Leone, but the games were canceled after SLFA delivered an indefinite ban by FIFA for government interference.
Below is the list of squadrons;


Richard Ofori (Martizburg, South Africa) Lawrence Ati (Sochaux, France)


Harrison Afful (Columbus Crew, United States) John Boye (FC Metz, France) Lumor Agbenyenu (Sporting CP, Portugal) Andy Yiadom (Reading Football Club, England) Jonathan Mensah (Columbus Crew, United States) Kassim Nuhu (TSG Hoffenheim, Germany )


Andre Ayew (Fenerbahce, Turkey) Mubarak Wakaso (Alaves, Spain) Kwadwo Asamoah (Inter Milan, Italy) Afriyie Acquah (Empoli, Italy) Christian Atsu (Newcastle, England) Nana Ampomah (Waasland-Beveren, Belgium) Thomas Partey (Athletic of Madrid) Majeed Ashimeru (St. Gallen, Switzerland)


Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace, England) Asamoah Gyan (Kayserispor, Turkey) Majeed Waris (FC Nantes, France) Emmanuel Boateng (Levante, Spain)

The expected clash against the Ethiopian Walias must leave Sunday 18 November at the National Stadium in Addis Ababa.

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