Andre Ayew Biography: Net Worth, Date of Birth, Age, Hometown, Career, Family, Relationship, Awards

Andre Ayew Biography: Net Worth, Date of Birth, Age, Hometown, Career, Family, Relationship, Awards

This article covers Andre Ayew Biography, Net Worth, Date of Birth, Age, Hometown, Career, Family, Relationship, Awards. All you need to know about him.

Andre Ayew Biography

André Morgan Rami Ayew, also known as Dede Ayew, is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Qatar Stars League club Al Sadd and captains the Ghana national team, Black Stars.

Ayew is a highly respected football player who has been recognized internationally. He is also one of the most wealthy players in the country. He is a skilled footballer and is making significant progress in the sport.

Andre Ayew
Andre Ayew

Date of Birth

He was born on December 17, 1989, in Seclin, France.

Career

Ayew started his career at 1860 Munchen, where his father was a player. Ayew started playing at the age of ten for Nania in Accra, Ghana, where his father was club chairman. He was 14 years old when he was promoted to the senior team after four years of playing in the club’s youth program. He was a member of the senior team but still took part in youth-sanctioned events such as the Altstetten U-19 Tournament 2004 in which he was one of the tournament’s most recognizable players.

Ayew was a professional football player at Nania for two years before he left the club to return to France to play for his father’s club, Marseille. Andre Ayew was an aspirant (“trainee”) who joined the club. He was placed into the youth system of the club and then signed a three-year professional contract with Marseille. Ayew was promoted to the senior team, and given the number 29 shirt.

Andre Ayew, who holds dual citizenship in France and Ghana, was eligible to play for France and Ghana. Ayew initially wanted to represent France due to the failure of the Ghana Football Association’s attempts to reach him. However, he decided to go for Ghana, citing his father. Ayew was then called up to the France under-18 team and participated in training camp. He declined several offers to be a player for the under-21 national team in 2007. Ayew warned the Ghana Football Association later that he was about to represent France at international level. He stated, “At this moment there is only one choice to make because I have only received an invitation from one country and that is France.

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Ayew, a youth representative of Ghana at the under-20 level, led the team to victory at the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup and the 2009 African Youth Championship. Ayew scored two goals in the African Youth Championship against Cameroon and South Africa in group stage. Ghana reached the final with a 4-3 semi-final win over Cameroon, where they defeated their group stage rivals Cameroon by 2-0. The team qualified for the U-20 World Cup after their championship win. Ayew scored two goals against England during the tournament. He also scored the equalizing goal against South Africa at the round 16. Dominic Adiyiah scored the goal that won Ghana the match in extra-time. Ayew led the team to wins over South Korea and Hungary in the quarter-finals. They then advanced to the semi-finals, where they will face Brazil. To win the U-20 World Cup, Ghana beat Brazil 4-3 with penalties. Ayew converted Ghana’s first penalty during the shootout.

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Ayew was first called up by Ghana coach Claude Le Roy on 7 August 2007 for the friendly match against Senegal. Ayew made his international debut by appearing as a substitute in the last match of the match. Ayew was selected to the Ghana team to participate in the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations on January 11, 2008.

Andre Ayew was at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations, his second appearance in a major international tournament. He scored his first international goal with a header in the 30th minute of the team’s final match against Burkina Faso on January 19, 2010. Ghana won the match by 1-0, and advanced to the final against Egypt, but they were defeated 1-0 by the Egyptians. Ayew was present in each of the five matches.

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Ayew was selected to coach Milovan Rajevac’s preliminary 30-man squad on May 7, 2010, for the FIFA World Cup 2010. Ayew was then named to the 23-man competition team along with his brother Ibrahim. Ayew was the first to make his FIFA World Cup debut against Serbia on June 12. He started ahead of Sulley Muntari, who is more experienced. Ayew was later a participant in the team’s subsequent group stage matches against Australia and Germany. Ayew was part of the team’s round 16 match against the United States. He sent a lob-pass through the defense to assist Gyan in converting the goal. Ayew was awarded Man of the Match by FIFA for his performance during the match. Ayew was not able to play in the quarter-final loss to Uruguay because of yellow card accumulation. The Black Stars placed fourth in the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations after Ayew played against Mali and Tunisia.

After a dispute with Ghana Football Association, Ayew decided to retire from international football in February 2013. He returned to the team on September 6th for a World Cup qualifier against Zambia. To qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, he played in both of Ghana’s play-off defeats of Egypt (7-3).

Ayew was selected in Ghana’s World Cup squad on June 2, 2014. He scored an equalizing goal in the 82nd minute against the United States, which resulted in a 2-1 defeat. In their second match of group play, he scored the Black Stars first goal against Germany.

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Ayew scored Ghana’s goal in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations on January 19, 2015. It was a 2-1 defeat to Senegal. He is currently captain of the Black Stars.

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Andre Ayew Family

He is the son of former Ghana captain Abedi Ayew Pele and Lebanese mother, Maha Ayew. He is the brother of Jordan Ayew, who plays as a forward for Premier League club Crystal Palace and the Ghana national team, Ibrahim Abdul Rahim Ayew, also known as Ibrahim Ayew or Rahim Ayew, and Imani Ayew.

Relationship

He is married to Yvonne Ayew. Andre Ayew’s wife recently took the internet by surprise when she posted stunning photos of herself. Most people were stunned by her beauty, and many of her husband’s admirers have called her one of the most beautiful wives of a footballer.

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Andre Ayew Awards

He has won several awards, including, Coupe de la Ligue: 2010–11, 2011–12, Trophée des Champions: 2010, 2011, FIFA U-20 World Cup: 2009, African Youth Championship: 2009, Africa Cup of Nations runner-up: 2010, 2015, CAF Team of the Year: 2010, 2011, 2015, BBC African Footballer of the Year: 2011, Ghana Player of the Year: 2011, Africa Cup of Nations Top Scorer: 2015, Africa Cup of Nations Team of the Tournament: 2015, Premier League Player of the Month: August 2015, Prix Marc-Vivien Foé: 2015, and IFFHS CAF Men’s Team of the Decade 2011–2020.

Andre Ayew Net Worth

Andre Ayew net worth is estimated at $25 million. He is the 4th richest Ghanaian footballer.

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Is Andre Ayew A Muslim?

Yes, Andre Ayew is a muslim who plays five times a day. All his family members are muslims.

Source: Kingaziz.com

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