5 Footballers Who Are Much Better Than Their Siblings

Football, much like any other sports has been known to be something that can be handed over through generations, Dede Ayew and his father Abedi Ayew Pele have proven through these years. Father and son playing the game are only not the connections in football since there are a number of brothers who have been able to share the same pitch over the years as well and attested that the nice sport really is in their blood.

Pairs of siblings have been part of the sport since it was first created more than a hundred years ago, football fans will always argue who they think the best brother is and as rough as it sounds there will always be one sibling that can't play better than the other. Football can be a wicked game, in spite of how well some of these players could play, they would always be assessed with their siblings.

Football is a competitive sport and every footballer out there is contesting to be the best even if it means competing against their own blood.

The following list looks at 5 footballers who always played better than their siblings.

Laryea Kingston - Richard

Laryea and Richard Kingston
Laryea Kingston will always be seen as the better Kingston brother following his lengthy stint at Heart of Midlothian in Scotland.  Both brothers' active days are now far over and Laryea has been able to move into a career as a football pundit where he can share his admirable knowledge of the game, whilst his senior brother, Richard Kingston currently works as the head goalkeeper coach for Ghana senior football team.

Dede Ayew- Jordan

Dede Ayew and Jordan Ayew
Dede and Jordan Ayew are one of only a few sets of siblings who have been able to play on the same team-Blackstars and during their time at Swansea Football Club in England, it was Dede who truly stood out. Both brothers have a lot of footballing talent since Jordan has played for the likes of Aston Villa FC, Marseille and the Crystal Palace in his career, but Dede has had numerous chances as captain of the Blackstars and really shone his leadership skills on the pitch.

Jerome Boateng- Kevin Prince

Jerome Boateng and his half-brother Kevin Prince Boateng have shown over the years that the only thing they have in common is football. Whilst Kevin has chosen to be quite vibrant both on and off the field, his brother Jerome has worked hard for his career and has been able to cement his position solidl in the German national team. Despite starting in the German youth team, Prince hasn't be able to match his younger brother. He has been able to play for his father's country of origin- Ghana in the FIFA World Cup. Kevin has played for several clubs in short space of time. He had a huge loan to Barcelona recently. Let's see if Kevin Prince Boateng will bloom late in his career as compared with his younger brother Jerome Boateng.
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Sulley Ali Muntari- Sulley Muniru

Sulley Ali Muntari and Muniru
Success seems to follow Sulley Ali Muntari, who won Serie A back in 2007 with Internazionale before moving to Milan. He has since won the Serie A title severally, not to mention the fact that he was part of the team that featured in the FIFA world cup in 2006. His younger brother Sulley Muniru doesn't have the same kind of  CV even though he has played for CFR Cluj, FCSB, Tondela and now Yeni Malatyaspor in Turkey,  he is yet to feature in an official game for the national side.

 Asamoah Gyan- Baffour

Asamoah Gyan is still  is still regarded to be one of the greatest forwards of all time in the senior national team- Blackstars of Ghana and has become a legend to fans all over the country. Asamoah cast a huge shadow, just ask his brother Baffour. Asamoah's older brother Baffour was unable to reach the height of success that his younger brother Asamoah has managed.
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