FA still owe Referees-RAG boss

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The chairman of the referees Assocition of Ghana John Bismark Debrah has revealed that that the Ghana football Association still owe referees. Debrah stressed that the referees who officiated in the 2016/2017 Ghana National Division One League have still not received their allowances though those in the Premier had received part payment. ”I can tell you with authority that Division one referees have not been paid even one cedis”he told footballmadeinghana.com ”The Premier League referees they have had part of their wages. I have met the FA President and he…

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GFA hold successful Exco Summit

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The Ghana Football Association Executive Committee summit will end today (Wednesday) at Cape Coast. The three-day summit which started on Monday brought together the top hierarchy of the FA as they sat down to deliberate on various issues. Various heads of committees under the FA on Tuesday addressed the house on their work throughout the just ended football season. The Chairman of the MTN FA Cup Committee Kurt ES. Okraku spoke on the achievements of his sector whilst he also touched on few challenges and the way forward. Former Asante…

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Mohammed arrives in Nigeria ahead of Enyimba deal

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Elmina Sharks midfielder Farouk Mohammed has landed in Nigera to complete his move to Nigerian topflight side Enyimba FC. Mohammed’s contract with Sharks came to an end at the just ended seaon and he has decided to join the former African champions despite interest from Accra Hearts of Oak. He featured for King Faisal before switching to Sharks two seasons ago. The youngster was the engine of the Elmina Sharks team as they finished in mid table in their maiden season in the Ghana Premier League. By: Abdul Wadudu Osman

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GHALCA Appoint Twenty Football Administrators as Patrons.

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Ghana League clubs Association have appointed twent football adminstrators as patrons. The appointed administrators will see to the affairs of GHALCA and offer the needed advise and support to help the smooth running of the Association. The list includes past GFA heads and their deputies namely Nana Sam Brew-Butler, Alhaji MND Jawula, Fred Papoe, and others. Also in the committee is incumbent Ghana Football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi. GHALCA will also set up a committee to see to the organization of the G8 Tournament which kicks off on January 6….

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We want to win 2018 AFCON-Tagoe

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The deputy coach of the Black Queens of Ghana, Mercy QuarcooTagoe says it is their wish to host the Women AFCON and win for the first time. The former Black Queens player mentioned that they are doing everything possible to lift the trophy on home soil and also to make a claim in women football on the continent. ”As we all know we want to host and win but host and win depends on action so we will play our part as a team and the ministry and FA also…

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I may have started in this Atletico Team-Adams

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Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker Saddick Adams says he could have started in the Atletico Madrid team now. Adams revealed that he went to Atletico at a time they had clinical and more established players upfront so there was no way he was going to make it to the first anytime soon. However, the striker emphasized that now the club give chance to players from the Team B and he might have been playing by now. “Maybe someone will say I couldn’t get the chance to start during my time at…

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Yeboah glad to merge into German culture

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Ghanaian defender Kofi Yeboah Schulz says he has integrated into the German society so well despite not being fluent in the language. Yeboah was born to Ghanaian parents in Berlin but his mother later married a German who gave him his surname. The 28-year-old defender joined Swiss second-tier side Wintertur from giants FC St. Gallen last month and admits that he has integrated into the foreign society both on and off the field so well despite his color. “As a dark-skinned player and even though I do not speak the…

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Twumasi places second in Kazakhstani League Player of the season awards

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Ghana forward Patrick Twumasi has been voted as the official second best player in the Kazakhstani Premier League for 2017. Votes cast by all the players and coaches in the Kazakhstani elite division saw Twumasi’s Astana team mate Junior Kabananga winning the prestigious award. The Congolese who is also the strike partner of Twumasi pulled 117 votes whilst the Ghanaian had 115. Almaty Kairat Ivorian forward Gerard Gohou came third with 93 of the total votes. Twumasi netted 13 league goals and provided six assists in thirty games this ended…

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Fobi to undergo scan on knee

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Ghana youth international Kingsley Fobi will have a scan today (Wednesday) to ascertain the seriousness of a supposed knee injury. The Formentera defender has not trained for fourteen days due to the injury but he will take a scan today to see if he has torn the ligaments in his knee or is just a minor injury. “I have a problem with my knee, the club physio is not sure if I have torn the ligaments or is just a normal injury so I will take a scan today and…

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Fobi to miss Bilbao-SD Formentera clash

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Ghana youngster Kingsley Fobi will not be in action this evening when his Segunda B side SD Formentera lock horns with Atletico Bilbao in a Copa Del Rey game at the San Mames. The Ghana national under 20 skipper has an injury and will not feature for his side in the crunch Round Four Cup game. “I’m not playing against Bilbao in the Copa Del Rey today as I have a knee problem and have not trained for the past two weeks,” Fobi told footballmadeinghana.com “My prayer is that we…

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