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Andre Ayew is worried by Marseille's inconsistencies

Posted On Tuesday, 29th January 2013

Andre Ayew watching from the touchline as Marseille boss Elie Baup issues instructions from the bench

Olympique Marseille star winger Andre Ayew is worried by the club’s inconsistent form in the French Ligue 1. 

Les Olympians have dropped 5 points out of a possible 9 in their last three games in the French top-tier.

The 23-year-old has scored in Marseille’s last two games and provided three assists.

After seeing his side throw away a vital lead to share the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Stade Rennes at the Route de la Lorient last Saturday, the Ghana international is clutched at his sides howlers in the league.

“There’s a lot of frustration because we couldn’t take all three points, although an away point against a good team in Rennes is still a little satisfaction,” he told OM.net.

“We came close to all the three points for its hard to accept the results as we did a lot in the game. The game against Montpellier was far better. We still have to do better and liven up.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Viper says:

    Well,we are worried about Cape Verde..

  2. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    TELL UR PLAYERS TO STEP UP JUST LIKE U AND JORDAN ARE DOING. YOUR COACH IS NOT VERY SMART. I WATCH MARSEILLE PLAY ONLINE. THE COACH’ STRATEGIES HAS QUESTION MARKS ALL OVER….

  3. texas says:

    Masa Dede why this complain and frustration now? nobi you choose to stay and die hard for Marseilles instead of Ghana?

  4. Ekow Nelson says:

    Why coach didnt call Appiah.Gh 2 : Eg o





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