Former Ghana striker and Heart of Oak player Prince Tagoe believes his former team mate Andre Dede Ayew will end the 30 year title drought with the Black Stars.
According to him it will not come as a surprise should the Swansea city’s player lead the Black Stars to an AFCON title in the coming days.
Tagoe further pointed out to the success he achieved with the Black Satellites in the 2009 under 20 world cup in Egypt as the basis for his assertion and the main reason for his confidence in his former colleague.
“For me I have no doubt and I wouldn’t be surprised if Andre is able to win the cup for Ghana”
“It’s an gene inherited from his father,the reason why I’m saying this because all the Black Stars particularly the senior ones couldn’t achieve that feat but for him to do that I believe he is not done yet and he could do more”He said.
Andre Dede Ayew led the Black Stars to the last African Cup of Nation hosted by Egypt in 2019.
The Swansea city player was at the helm of affairs when the Black Satellites won the 2009 African Youth Championship in Rwanda and proceeded to win at the world stage in Egypt in the same year.
Paa Kweku Eshun|Talksafrica.com