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Andre Ayew

Squad Number: 20
Position: Striker
Born: 17th Dec 1989 (Seclin, France)
Signed: 8th Aug 2016 (£20,500,000)
Contract: 3 years
Previous Club: Swansea City

KUMB Awards:
Best Signing (third place) 2016/17.

André Morgan Rami Ayew, also known as Dede Ayew in Ghana, joined West Ham in Auguist 2016 for a club record fee of £20.5million from Swansea.

 

2016/17 Match Notes & Ratings

0-2 v Watford (a) 19th November 2017
by Staff Writer

Was sharp in attack with the assist for the only goal of the night.

1-4 v Liverpool (h) 4th November 2017
by David Fletcher

Was sharp in attack with the assist for the only goal of the night.

2-2 v Crystal Palace (a) 28th October 2017
by Staff Writer



3-2 v Tottenham Hotspur (a) 25th October 2017
by Staff Writer



0-3 v Brighton & Hove Albion (h) 20th October 2017
by David Fletcher

(Replaced Kouyate) Came on when everybody had lost interest.

1-1 v Burnley (a) 14th October 2017
by David Fletcher


1-0 v Swansea City (h) 30th September 2017
by Staff Writer

Didn't get on the ball much when he was introduced but tried his best to make something happen.

2-3 v Tottenham Hotspur (h) 23rd September 2017
by David Fletcher

Didn't get on the ball much when he was introduced but tried his best to make something happen.

3-0 v Bolton Wanderers (h) 19th September 2017
by Staff Writer

Comments to follow.

0-0 v West Bromwich Albion (a) 16th September 2017
by Gordon Thrower

Same as Arnautovic really...

0-0 v West Bromwich Albion (a) 16th September 2017
by David Fletcher

Didn't get on the ball much when he was introduced but tried his best to make something happen.

2-0 v Huddersfield Town (h) 11th September 2017
by David Fletcher

(Replaced Hernandez) Good attacking mentality making intelligent decisions when going forward. Netted the all-important second goal which pretty much secured the three points.

0-3 v Newcastle United (a) 26th August 2017
by Staff Writer



2-0 v Cheltenham Town (a) 23rd August 2017
by David Fletcher

Snatched a goal and a constant attacking threat with his skills and forward runs causing havoc at the back for Cheltenham.

2-3 v Southampton (a) 19th August 2017
by Gordon Thrower

I only noticed him twice, first appealing for the penalty on the not unreasonable grounds that handball is against the laws of the game. Second when he was subbed for Fernandes.

0-4 v Manchester United (a) 13th August 2017
by David Fletcher

Was kept quiet by Daley Blind all day long. When he did receive the ball he managed to hold it up well but it just wasn't a day for the strikers today.

0-3 v Manchester City (n) 4th August 2017
by Staff Writer

A full 90 minutes minutes under his belt, coupled with an assist.

3-3 v Altona 93 (n) 1st August 2017
by Staff Writer

A full 90 minutes minutes under his belt, coupled with an assist.

2-2 v Werder Bremen (n) 29th July 2017
by Staff Writer

A full 90 minutes minutes under his belt, coupled with an assist.

0-1 v Werder Bremen (n) 28th July 2017
by Staff Writer


2-1 v Burnley (a) 21st May 2017
by Gordon Thrower

Great work for the first. Poacher’s eye for the second and provided a lot of threat on the ball. MOTM.

2-1 v Burnley (a) 21st May 2017
by David Fletcher

Another consistent outing from the Ghanaian getting on the scoresheet again. Was always looking to get on the ball and make something happen popping up in some fantastic positions, including a delightful flick on to provide Feghouli with the Hammers' first.

0-4 v Liverpool (h) 14th May 2017
by David Fletcher

How? How did he miss? If he had managed to score, things would have been much different (his rating included). Was vibrant all day long and gave maximum effort out there.

1-0 v Tottenham Hotspur (h) 5th May 2017
by Gordon Thrower

Lots of running. Kept at their midfield and defence. Caused a spot of confusion for the goal.

1-0 v Tottenham Hotspur (h) 5th May 2017
by David Fletcher

Another plausible performance from the Ghanaian. Working tirelessly and encouraging everyone to press. His skill, pace and presence on the field will be a key factor next season.

0-0 v Stoke City (a) 29th April 2017
by Staff Writer



0-0 v Everton (h) 22nd April 2017
by Staff Writer



2-2 v Sunderland (a) 15th April 2017
by Staff Writer

Our half-time discussion included the phrase “What is Ayew for?”. Neither striker nor midfielder and I’m struggling to remember any contribution of note.

1-0 v Swansea (h) 8th April 2017
by Gordon Thrower

Came into the game as it progressed but should have scored late on.

0-3 v Arsenal (a) 5th April 2017
by Staff Writer

Our half-time discussion included the phrase “What is Ayew for?”. Neither striker nor midfielder and I’m struggling to remember any contribution of note.

1-2 v Hull City (a) 1st April 2017
by Gordon Thrower

Our half-time discussion included the phrase “What is Ayew for?”. Neither striker nor midfielder and I’m struggling to remember any contribution of note.

2-3 v Leicester City (h) 18th March 2017
by Gordon Thrower

Decent second half in particular. However he really ought to have added a second.

0-5 v Manchester City (h) 6th January 2017
by Staff Writer

Still not sure where he is supposed to really be playing but was much more influential than Lanzini and was unlucky not to score.

0-2 v Manchester United (h) 2nd January 2017
by Staff Writer #2

Still not sure where he is supposed to really be playing but was much more influential than Lanzini and was unlucky not to score.

0-1 v Leicester City (a) 31st December 2016
by Gordon Thrower

Still not sure where he is supposed to really be playing but was much more influential than Lanzini and was unlucky not to score.

4-1 v Swansea City (a) 26th December 2016
by Gordon Thrower

Still not sure where he is supposed to really be playing but was much more influential than Lanzini and was unlucky not to score.

1-0 v Hull City (h) 17th December 2016
by Gordon Thrower

Still not sure where he is supposed to really be playing but was much more influential than Lanzini and was unlucky not to score.

1-1 v Stoke City (h) 5th November 2016
by Gordon Thrower

Had virtually no support throughout the game so it was no surprise when he was the first to leave.

1-2 v Chelsea (a) 15th August 2016
by Staff Writer

The club record signing looked lively enough before a thigh strain ended his debut little more than half-an-hour in.

 

2015/16 Match Notes & Ratings

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2014/15 Match Notes & Ratings

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2013/14 Match Notes & Ratings

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2012/13 Match Notes & Ratings

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2011/12 Match Notes & Ratings

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2010/11 Match Notes & Ratings

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2009/10 Match Notes & Ratings

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2008/09 Match Notes & Ratings

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2007/08 Match Notes & Ratings

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2006/07 Match Notes & Ratings

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2005/06 Match Notes & Ratings

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2004/05 Match Notes & Ratings

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