Ex-Ghana defender Sam Johnson has urged the Ayew brothers to write to the FA to officially end their temporal retirements.
Andre and Jordan are racing against time to be selected for next month’s 2014 World Cup group decider against Zambia in Kumasi.
The Marseille duo have rescinded their decision not to play for the Black Stars but must officially communicate their return to the national team in writing.
The two brothers alongside Kevin-Prince Boateng have reportedly been put on the standby in the full Ghana squad to face the Chipolopolo in the crucial World Cup decider and the former Black Stars defender has urged the players to heed to advice.
‘They wrote letters when they went on break and so if you’re coming back you must use the same channel,’ Johnson told Happy FM
‘I don’t know why it has taken them so long to write back to the FA. I can’t understand the delay.
‘You may like it or not but we need them in the team. I have said it several times that we need those players in the Black Stars.
‘We should not delude ourselves into thinking that we don’t need them. They must just write the letter and come to play.’
The Ayew brothers will be available for selection for the Zambia showdown if they officially notify the Ghanaian FA by Thursday.
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