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Ghana striker Jordan Ayew due for Sochaux medical on Friday

Posted On Thursday, 2nd January 2014
Jordan Ayew on his way to Sochaux

Jordan Ayew on his way to Sochaux

By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu

Ghana striker Jordan Ayew will undergo a routine medical check up on Friday before finalizing his loan move to Sochaux, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.

The 22-year-old agreed to a six-month loan move from French giants Olympique Marseille on Thursday.

The Ghana international is now expected to arrive at a Sochaux medical facility on Friday morning to undergo medical tests before sealing his move.

The test is mainly to check on the player’s heart condition and also the existence of any hidden illness or injury.

Jordan took part in his final two training sessions with Marseille on Thursday and will now make the trip to Sochaux to seal the move.

The Ghanaian is expected to be unveiled as Sochaux’s latest acquisition once he passes the medical test on Friday.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. askantwi says:

    This Dauda guy is so desperate that he is making the wrong moves since day one. His move to Orlando Pirates was hasty. Now his hiring of the Black Stars goalkeepers trainer has proving to me why he always gets the nod. That’s also a wrong move. It looks like he’ll do anything to stay ahead of Kwarassey. This behavior of his shows clearly that he won’t mind paying bribes to get what he wants. This goalkeeper’s trainer, having accepted this job from Dauda has got himself tainted and should be fired immediately. How could a Black Stars goalkeeper be the BOSS of the goalkeeper’s trainer? He comes under Dauda’s pocket and control. That’s absolutley unacceptable. The coach gets paid by Dauda, and suppose he gets paid more than what he actually gets as a trainer. This is ridiculous. Both trainer and player should be dispensed with. With this relationship between them, how could the coach recommend or gives the nod to Kwarassey over Dauda? Shame onto them. Nyantakyi and AA should CLEAN UP such unhealthy situation out of the team.

  2. Ghanaman says:

    Youngman,please comment on the issue at hand…Jordan is no Dauda.





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