Ex-Ghana FA boss Nyaho Tamakloe is urging the FA not to relent in their effort to convince the Ayews from ending their premature retirement from the national team.
The two brothers Andre and Jordan have ruled out an immediate return to the Black Stars in a separate response to the FA’s request to rescind their decision.
The Marseille duo have ruled themselves out of this month’s World Cup qualifier against Sudan.
But the former Ghana FA capo is urging the Kwesi Nyantakyi-led administration to pursue the agenda of bring the duo back into the fold of the national team.
“I don’t believe they should close the case, it is their responsibility to see to it that these guys are brought back to the national team,” Dr Tamakloe told Accra-based Joy FM
“I don’t think it is too late, it is important they are talk to and it is also important that the management committee because this is the work of the committee and if they are not able to solve it then I don’t see the reason why they should be there.
“These are some of the problems that they are supposed to solve and solve well, such problems will always come if you are dealing with young people.
“So I think is it is the sole responsibility of the management committee to make sure that these two young men are brought back to the Black Stars.”
Jordan, the younger of the two, says he would make himself available for future Black Stars assignments but not this one against Sudan.
Andre claims he has not fully recovered psychologically to play for the Black Stars after stating in his resignation letter his relationship with some members of the management team had deteriorated.
The Marseille duo were not named in Ghana’s final squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.