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Rahim Ayew returns for Lierse after serving three-match ban

Posted On Friday, 1st March 2013

Rahim Ayew

Ghana midfielder Rahim Ayew is available for selection for Belgian side SK Lierse after serving a three-match suspension.

He was punished last month by the disputes committee of the Royal Belgian Football Association.

Ayew received received a straight red card for a tackle on Lokeren striker Nill De Paw in the 67th minute on February 2.

The former Zamalek player was also fined 500 Euros.

Lierse coach Hany Ramzy will be keen to use the versatile player on March 9 against Kortrijk when the Belgian Pro League resumes.

Ayew missed the league games against Charleroi (9 February), KV Mechelen (16 February) and Beerschot (23 February).

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. D LIGHT says:

    He is a Carbon Copy of the Young Bison ; Quick , Athletic, Strong, Versatile & Crafty. His work ethics is to the Max with great awareness and excellent technical ability. If we want a Full-Back who doesn’t figdet under Pressure, Ambidextrous wit multiple positions and powerful with mind-blowing stamina &
    Jaw-dropping speed, then i introduce the RAMSHAKER to u. He doesn’t panic when the Ball is at his left leg or right- He crosses wit precision like ZABALETA and disalert defences like Marcelo when Dribbling.
    I sometimes wonder why he is always ignored for Callups . But looking at things, he needs to deny being an Ayew to earn a place. This is what our BS has become- ENVY!!!





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