Ghana striker Jordan Ayew broke down in tears on live television on Saturday night when thanking Sochaux manager Herve Renard for having faith in him when few manager supported him.
The 21-year-old, who is on loan at the French strugglers Sochaux from giants Marseille, revealed that his previous coaches have not been supportive like Renard has.
Ayew, whose father is the Ghana legend Abedi Pele, became emotional in the aftermath of Sochaux’s first win since September in their 1-0 win over Nantes in a Ligue 1 which sparking the youngster.
Known for his excessive power and hunger but also by his nonchalance, Ayew revealed another facet of his personality with the whole world watching.
The Ghanaian was interviewed by beIN Sports to discuss his individual performance during the match was was moved into sincere thanks to his coach Herve Renard.
“I have not had the chance to have a lot of coaches like this man,” Jordan Ayew broke down in tears when expressing his thanks to the coach for supporting him when many coaches had neglected him.
The journalists had to stop the interview to console the youngster who immediately left for the dressing room.
Sochaux are fighting to avoid relegation and are 19th in the 20-team league.
Herve is the former coach of Zambia who took Ayew on loan to boost Sochaux’s chances of beating the drop.
Another pix of Ayew crying
Jordan Ayew crying during an interview
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