36 Facts About Jordan Ayew

1. Jordan Ayew returns for Swansea's crunch home game with Everton on Saturday having served a three-match ban after being sent off at Huddersfield last month.

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2. Jordan Ayew was part of the 2015 nation cup team in Equatorial Guinea that took a silver medal as result of losing out to Ivory Coast on a penalty shoot out whom they clinch the African Cup, which occurred on 8 February 2015.

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3. Jordan Ayew started his career with Marseille as a trainee in 2006.

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4. Jordan Ayew has two brothers who are professional footballers; Ibrahim and Jordan, and a sister, Imani.

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5. Jordan Ayew was born in Seclin, a commune in the arrondissement of Lille, to a Ghanaian mother and father.

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6. On 2 June 2014, Jordan Ayew was named in Ghana's squad for the World Cup.

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7. In February 2013, Jordan Ayew retired from international football after a dispute with the Ghana Football Association.

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8. On 7 May 2010, Jordan Ayew was named to coach Milovan Rajevac's 30-man preliminary squad to participate in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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9. Jordan Ayew made his second major international tournament appearance by appearing at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations.

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10. On 7 August 2007, Jordan Ayew was called up for the first time by Ghana coach Claude Le Roy for the team's friendly match against Senegal on 21 August.

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11. At the youth level, Jordan Ayew represented Ghana at under-20 level and captained the team to victory at both the 2009 African Youth Championship and the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

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12. Jordan Ayew was called up and participated in a training camp with the France under-18 team.

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13. In July 2018, Jordan Ayew joined Super Lig club Fenerbahce on a season-long loan.

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14. Jordan Ayew was named in the squad for the 2011 Trophee des Champions match against Lille held on 27 July 2011 at the Stade de Tanger in Morocco.

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15. Jordan Ayew earned praise from the media for his performance of containing Porto right back Jose Bosingwa.

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16. Jordan Ayew made his professional debut for Marseille on 15 August 2007 in a league match against Valenciennes, coming on as a substitute for Modeste M'bami in the 89th minute.

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17. At the age of ten, Jordan Ayew was playing for Nania, where his father is club chairman, in Accra, Ghana.

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18. Jordan Ayew began his career with 1860 Munchen, when his father played.

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19. Jordan Ayew began his career in Ghana, playing for Nania, while debuting for the club at age 14.

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20. Crystal Palace forward Jordan Ayew calls for focus ahead of Manchester United clash.

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21. Jordan Ayew drops out in the only change from that London derby.

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22. Jordan Ayew is hopeful he will discover that scoring touch at club level soon, telling Joy FM: "National team and club football is not the same.

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23. Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew is hoping to end his terrible run in the Premier League after an impressive performance during the international break with Ghana.

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24. Jordan Ayew hopes to replicate goalscoring form with Ghana at Crystal Palace.

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25. Jordan Ayew spoke this week with Premier League Productions ahead of Crystal Palace's game away to Manchester United, highlighting how hard he and the team have been preparing.

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26. Jordan Ayew spells out the difference between club and international duties.

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27. Jordan Ayew hopes to take his form with Ghana back to Crystal Palace.

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28. Jordan Ayew hopes to take Ghana form back to Crystal Palace.

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29. Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew says they are set for the Premier League challenge against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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30. Jordan Ayew has come in for some stinging criticism on social media over his Palace performances, where he is.

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31. Jordan Ayew was part of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations team in Equatorial Guinea that took a silver medal as result of losing out to Ivory Coast on a penalty shoot out whom they clinch the African Cup, which occurred on 8 February 2015.

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32. In December 2011, Jordan Ayew was named to the Ghana national team provisional 25-man squad for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, and in January 2012 he was selected for the tournament's 23-man squad.

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33. Jordan Ayew explained the style and quality of play that Lorient proposed was the reason behind the decision.

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34. On 28 July 2014, Jordan Ayew signed a four-year contract with Lorient.

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35. Jordan Ayew made his debut for the senior team on 16 December 2009 in a league match, scoring the equaliser against Lorient.

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36. Jordan Ayew hoping to rediscover goal scoring form at Crystal Palace.

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