The official Black Stars Twitter account, managed by the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has extended their congratulations to Ghana's captain, Andre Ayew, after he was honored by the Premier League for reaching a century of appearances in the English top-tier competition.
The Black Stars Twitter account shared a picture of Ayew holding a plaque from the Premier League, accompanied by a caption that read, "Big congratulations to our captain Andre Ayew on his 100th Premier League appearance.
"This milestone began at Swansea City on August 8, 2015, against Chelsea FC - later moved to West Ham United and now Nottingham Forest. We are proud of you!"
Andre Ayew, 34 years old, surpassed the 100 appearances mark in the Premier League during his participation in a match for Nottingham Forest against Brentford in late April.
Andre achieved this while representing three different clubs in the English top flight, namely Swansea City, West Ham United, and his current club, Nottingham Forest.
With a total of 21 goals and 9 assists in the Premier League, his contributions have proven pivotal in numerous matches.
Ayew initially joined Swansea City in 2015 and later transferred to West Ham United. After a stint with Al Sadd in Qatar, he made a return to the Premier League in January 2023, signing a short-term contract with Nottingham Forest.
The Premier League commemorated Ayew's achievement by presenting him with a plaque, symbolizing his remarkable milestone of 100 appearances in one of the most competitive football leagues in the world.