Iñaki Wiliams, or Jordan Ayew
Football-loving fans have already started a hot debate between the Crystal Palace forward and the Athletic Club goal poacher after FIFA approved the nationality switch of the Spanish-based player.
Jordan Ayew has a number of objectives before entering the world. He has scored fewer than ten goals for both his club and country this season. It’s no doubt that he’s out of form, but most of the coaches prefer to play him game in and game out. His technical capabilities are top notch, as he brings a lot to his team without even scoring.
On the other hand, Iñaki Williams has taken enough time to groom his talent to a different level. He has become the first player in the league to play in 6 consecutive seasons without staying on the bench. His physicality, eye for goal, and dribbles make him a fantastic player. He’s part of the Athletic Balbao legend already.
Many fans may want him to be dropped from the starting lineup. Although most of the decisions are made by coach Otto Addo, this is a general observation.
Since Iñaki is coming to the Black Stars for the first time, he’s expected to start from the bench, and it depends if Jordan gives maximum effort, or else if Iñaki comes in and fulfills what Ghanaians like Jordan may be forced to retire as usual.