Dede's new boss; Brendan Rogers?



Sports News of Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Source: sportscrusader.com

DD AyBlack Stars vice-captain Andre ‘Dede’ Ayew

Black Stars vice-captain Andre ‘Dede’ Ayew is set to continue his English Football career under the managerial guidance of Brendan Rogers.

The Swansea City attacking midfielder has been one of the brightest spots in the beleaguered Welsh outfit that is on the verge of parting ways with current manager Garry Monk.

Swansea City managed one win the last 13 matches to spark rumours of Garry Monk’s departure and a possible return to the liberty stadium for Brendan Rogers.

Andre Ayew managed an impressive 6 league strikes in the opening 14 fixtures for Swansea City despite their recent slump in form. The former Olympique Marseilles man could however not prevent his club from the downwards spiral to fuel a possible return for the former Liverpool trainer.

Garry Monk’s tenure at the Liberty reached an all-time low with a heavy home defeat to the division’s most inform club, Leicester City, in a 0-3 home reverse.

Brendan Rogers qualified Swansea to the Premiership at the start of the 2012/13 season before heading to Anfield after a spectacular debut campaign. The northern Irishman is a noted fan of Andre Ayew even in his days at Anfield and a return to the Liberty Stadium can only be good news for the high-flying Ghana international.

“With a bumper new television deal kicking in at the premier league next season, Swansea City owners are desperate to avoid relegation.

Although axing Monk would not come cheap ($3 million) City Owners Jenkins and Co will consider it money well spent if a change at the top ensures they avoid relegation”, South Wales evening post reports.

Swansea City currently occupies the 15th place in the Premiership with 14 points to their name after a promising start to the campaign.

Andre joined Swansea from Marseilles in a free transfer and has won many individual trophies highlighted by his August Premier league player of the month award.

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