Misfiring Ghana and Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew has been in a very poor form, especially for his club as he has failed to score in over 40 matches.
Over the course of last season until now, the 30-year-old has netted just once in the Premier League for Palace — becoming a big worry for manager Patrick Viera who stated that he believed Ayew’s goalscoring drought is because he is suffering from “a lack of confidence and self-belief”.
Joining Ghana for the World Cup qualifiers, it is the hope of new coach Milovan Rajevac that Jordan Ayew finds his scoring boots again to help the team win in their clash against Zimbabwe.
In his maiden training session with the Black Stars players in Cape Coast ahead of their match against Zimbabwe, Milovan Rajevac was seen dedicating more time for Ayew, literally teaching him how to score goals.
It is the hope of many Ghanaians that Coach Milo helps Jordan Ayew to rediscover his form as he is currently Ghana’s main striker after the retirement Asamoah Gyan. The last time he scored for Ghana was from a penalty against Sao Tome in Accra in March, 2021.
Ayew, who is expected to start in the clash against Zimbawbe, has score 18 goals in 69 matches for Ghana.