Andre and Jordan Ayew called time on their international career last month following their exclusion from the Black Stars squad for the tournament in South Africa.
Jordan was excluded from Ghana’s squad when it was named while Andre failed to report in time for the team’s camping in Abu Dhabi which resulted in his exclusion.
The Marseille duo’s iconic father, Abedi Pele in a new twist, without giving details, now says coach Akwasi Appiah has been a disappointment.
“I am friends with everyone including Akwasi Appiah,” he said.
“But if you have a friend who has disappointed you, what do you do? You stay behind your kids.”
Opinions have been sharply divided since news broke of the temporal retirement of the Ayews.
The Ghana FA has since made overtures to have the Marseille duo rescind their decision in order to feature for the Black Stars.
Despite the Ayew brothers ruling themselves out of an immediate return, the GFA insists their response have been favourable.
Andre and Jordan Ayew have ruled themselves out of Ghana’s crucial 2014 World Cup qualifier against Sudan with their return still not known.
While Andre says he needs more time to recover from an ‘emotional and psychological’ setback following some problems with the Black Stars management, Jordan assured he will certainly return soon but will not be available for the March 24 game in Kumasi.