Marseille coach wants to harness Jordan Ayew's temperament

Jordan Ayew scored for Marseille last week

Marseille coach Elie Baup is looking at exploiting the positives of the temperament of striker Jordan Ayew. 

The 20-year-old scored the winner in last Sunday’s 1-0 win against Lille in the French Ligue 1.

But the youngster has often been criticized for over reacting on the pitch of play.

Baup is delighted with Jordan’s progress and wants him to channel his aggressiveness to aid the club.

“This is a player who rose to my eyes and his temperament is something positive that needs to be channeled,” Baup said.

“It’s really interesting to work with a temperamental player like that. It relies heavily on him but then there nature, in the heat of action should be channeled.”

Source: MTNfootball.com

READERS COMMENTS

  1. noticebod.com says:

    European Coach. What would a Ghanaian Coach had said?

  2. DOGO says:

    Ghanaian coach, the GFA and the entire Ghanaian population will not only casticagate him, but he will be dubed the Bad, arrogant, disrespectful guy. We all know what they did to Muntari. Ghanaian mind and for that matter African mentality is thousands of years behind in terms of positivity.

  3. Paul says:

    Lets call a spade a spade. Jordan and his brother Dede’s attitude nowadays is nt good. Being violent doesnt make u an excellent player but could rather ruin ur career down. Kwadwo asamoah is a calm player nd look at where he is now. Abedi must talk to his sons to calm down and concentrate on their career.

    • Africanus says:

      Who is talking about violence? There is a difference between being temperamental and being violent. Please pick your words carefully. Jordan and Ayew are not violent by any stretch of the imagination.

  4. joyce says:

    look at this stupid guy called paul.what is kwadwo asamoah able to do when he plays for the black stars?

  5. Zakari7 somali says:

    Jordan ayew is a player that is best player youngster in france football.