“WE WERE NOT GOOD ENOUGH” – Jordan Ayew Black Stars’ Exit From AFCON 2021

Black Stars’ striker, Jordan Ayew, has conceded that the team was not good enough after exiting the AFCON 2021 group stages.

Jordan was a member of Ghana’s underwhelming frontline, which scored just one goal in their opening two matches against Morocco and Gabon.

The 10-man Black Stars team scored twice against Comoros in their final match, but their defense allowed three additional goals to seal their fate.

Jordan Ayew, who leaves Cameroon without a goal, stated following the game that the group stage exit served as a wake-up call for the young squad and an opportunity to learn.

“We were not good enough; we have a young squad; this is a wake-up call for everyone; if we don’t learn from this, I’m not sure,” he is quoted as saying by GTV Sports.

This was the first time in AFCON history that the Stars had exited without a single victory and the first time since 2006 that they had exited at the group stage.


Broadcast Journalist, Vim Lady known in real life as Afia Pokuaa has reacted to the abysmal performance of the senior national team, the Black Stars following their defeat on Monday in the AFCON 2022 tournament against Morocco.

The Atlas Lions of Morocco  beat the Black Stars of Ghana by a goal to nil in their opening game.

Dropping her two cents after the loss, Vim Lady in a recent post on social media wondered why the government of Ghana will waste 25 million dollars on the Black Stars team when they are not being productive and producing results.

She noted that Ghana should pull out of all international tournaments for the next two years and focus on rebuilding a solid team that’s strong to compete with other nations in any tournaments.

In her words, “So this $25mill the minister want us to waste on this CAF tournament, can’t we ban all tournaments for 2 years and build proper BLACK STARS TEAM?

Must we suffer BROKEN HEART every time? This is not Milo’s fault the Team is just WEAK”

Source: NKONKONSA.com