Ghana’s preparation ahead of the 2019 African Cup of Nations opener against Ethiopia on June 11 started in Accra barely a week ago.
Under returnee coach Kwesi Appiah, the Black Stars players have arrived from Europe in their numbers to join the local compatriots.
The non-residential training camp which opened on Wednesday at the Accra Sports Stadium has seen some players arriving at the venue in glitz and glamour – throwing fans into amazement with different specs of expensive cars.
Notable for their love for allure cars, English Premier League brothers Andre Ayew and Jordan Ayew pulled up together in a customised Bentley Continental GT for Thursday’s training session.
The two-door black and white convertible with a beige leather interior and tinted windows set tongues wagging even more than anything that happened on the pitch during the hour-long session supervised by Kwasi Appiah and his assistant Ibrahim Tanko.
The vehicle, estimated to be worth a whopping $200,000 dollars is owned by West Ham record signing, Andre but he didn’t mind his brother occupying the driver’s seat when they arrived at the national stadium.
The Bentley Continental GT, a favourite among footballers who have the means is a grand tourer produced by the British automaker Bentley Motors since 2003.
It was the first car released by Bentley under Volkswagen AG-management after their acquisition of the company in 1998, and the first ever Bentley to employ “mass production” manufacturing techniques. It shares a platform with the Volkswagen Phaeton.