Official: Jordan Ayew Unveiled By Swansea, Joins Weird Squad Number Brigade (Photo)

Chris Wright

9th, February 2017

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Thanks to the Africa Cup of Nations, it’s taken Swansea a good week to get around to unveiling Jordan Ayew after sealing his signature on deadline day.

Indeed, Swansea nabbed the 25-year-old Ghana international from Aston Villa in a swapsy deal that saw defender Neil Taylor (as well as £5million in cold, hard cash) go the other way.

However, in a sickening display of wanton disregard, the Swans have simply foisted Taylor’s freshly vacated squad number on their new forward…

Good grief! That’s a crime against nature. The No.3 shirt is for your first-choice left-back – anything else is simply unacceptable.

What’s next, we ask you? Central midfielders wearing the No.1 shirt?

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Not in our lifetime…

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5 Comments

  1. syndex says:

    But the shape of his head, why its like a lightbulb

  2. B13 via Blendon says:

    Edgar Davids #1 at Barnet

  3. Jeremia says:

    While I agree that giving number 3 to anyone who isn’t a left back (or left winger in extreme circumstances. A defensively-minded one) is the very reason war and famine exist in this world, but if memory serves Ghanian strikers generally often play with that number (though it’s in the national team, where their impact on the ozone layer is smaller).

  4. Harrison says:

    Samuel eto’o wore 5 at Everton, arouna kone wore 2 at Wigan and asamoa Gyan wore 3 so it’s nothing new really

  5. Harrison says:

    Samuel eto’o wore 5 at Everton, Arouna Kone wore 2 at Wigan and Asamoa Gyan wore 3 at Sunderland so it’s nothing new

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