Sports activities News of Tuesday, 4 August 2020
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President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt E.S Okraku, has celebrated Jordan Ayew’s extraordinary season that saw him scoop 3 best awards at Crystal Palace’s stop of the period awards gala.
Final thirty day period, Jordan was voted the Eagles’ Participant of the Year by the followers and honored by his teammates as Players’ Participant of the Period and his solo Messi-like strike from West Ham in December 2019 also voted Intention of the Year.
The 28-year-previous Ghana global netted 9 periods past time for Palace in the Premier League, generating him the club’s top rated scorer last time and Ghana’s all-time top scorer with 25 goals.
Mr. Kurt Okraku talking to the previous Olympic Marseille man’s exploits mentioned he reminds him of his times at Dreams FC, where their Slogan is “Still Believe”. He said this in reference to Jordan’s struggles in the 2018/19 season ahead of he blossomed in the 2019/20 time.
“I assume he reminds me of my active days at Dreams FC, where we have this slogan, Even now Believe”, he told Max FM.
“He is a extremely good instance of that slogan. He has appear from a complicated interval. Closely challenged to supply at that best degree.
“Despite the difficulties, he has delivered. Luckily he experienced a manager who believed in him and he has justified that.”
Jordan’s to start with year at Selhurst Park did not go as prepared, it took the intervention of a excellent AFCON outing in Egypt that earned him a long lasting deal at Palace.
Mr. Okraku even further urged him to retain his head up and do far more in the upcoming football season.
“He has been phenomenal, scored some excellent aims. He is pretty calm by character and I am incredibly happy that he has been thriving this yr. He must continue to keep his head up and shine again.
“He has another opportunity to shine. He will arrive back and do effectively.”
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