Andre Ayew wants Aliu Mahama Stadium pitch renovated

The general captain of the Black Stars has been honored by the King of Dagboni, Ya Naa Abukari Mahama II

Black Stars captain Andre Ayew scored a brace as the All-Stars team beat the Northern Region select side 2-1 in an entertaining match at the Aliu Mahama stadium in the 2024 All-Star football festival on Saturday in Tamale.

Ayew who was honored by the King of Dagboni, Yaa Naa earlier in the day led the team made of his brother Jordan Ayew, Fatawu Issahaku, David Abagna, Felix Afena Gyan, Majeed Waris, and other top players exhibited their football skills while promoting the culture of Tamale in the festival.


“We are very grateful for the love shown by the chief himself, Ya Naa, and all the fans in Tamale, and all the media men here.-he told the media.

“It went really well. It was great. We have a wonderful stadium here, and I hope and pray that we’ll be able to work on the pitch for it to be better for our teams who are here.”

“So Kerala, Tamale City, and also the national team will have the chance to play and come back for the Northern people to see us because when we look at the stadium it’s a great stadium,” he added.

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