Forget Kelvin, Dede and Jordan.


Although black stars showpiece is not up to standard it must not call-back the likes of Kelvin Prince Boateng, Andre Dede Ayew and Jordan Ayew.

Undoubtedly, the yearn for these trio? by a section of the populace back into the stars fold point to the fact they still have a lot under their sleeves but not this time when Ghana is picking the pieces together with players who are virtually as good as them.

These players having already declared not to feature for the country some months ago seems to stick to their decisions despite attempt to bring them back into the team by the stakeholders. Their absence has being a plus for the nation because the technical bench continuous exploring and getting better replacement for their positions.

Indeed the trio exposure to the world scene could have nothing without getting the chance to play for the senior national hence adding enviable credentials to their football career.

And if after this massive boost they want the nation to worship them as ?gods? before joining the team then it is better black stars maintain and improve upon what they have for all matches.

Nonetheless, I do not believe that people will speak ill of them when it comes to kicking the ball at any given time frankly when there are no more in the team.

The stars platform undeniably is manufacturing and still adding values to players? careers irrespective of their club affiliations whether locally or internationally.

So if others have experience the sweetness of it by deciding to take a break base on personal reasons best known them so be it since the team is not like a personal bed where one can decide when not to lay or sleep on it.

Today, black stars picking up the pieces together must forget the service of these trio and focus ahead of matches outlined before them.

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