I’m happy to be at Dreams FC – Amoako

Days after officially signing contract papers at Ghana Premier League returnees, Dreams FC, highly experienced goalie, Isaac Amoako has told FootballMadeInGhana.com that, he’s happy to begin a new life at the newly promoted side. “It’s an opportunity to continue doing what I’ve been doing for years. I’m happy about it. I’m happy to be at Dreams FC” he stated. “I will do my best. It’s going to be a new life in a New Year. I can only expect the best” he added. Isaac Amoako is unquestionably one the most…

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Antonio Conte speaks on Baba Rahman

Chelsea Manager, Antonio Conte has broken his silence over the long absence of defender, Baba Rahman in the Chelsea squad following his injury last year. The Chelsea Manager confirmed that, Baba Rahman is still not ready for action as he has not recovered fully. “This is a good question. This player is coming from a bad injury. He’s struggling a bit to recover [for] the best form. I must be honest, I don’t know what will happen with Baba. About the human aspect, I’d like to give him an opportunity” Conte…

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Fatau eyes league title with Enyimba

Enyimba FC goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda is eyeing a league title triumph with the Nigerian league side in the upcoming season. The Nigeria league season is scheduled to start January 14, 2018, and Fatau Dauda thinks this the best time for him to win the competition with Enyimba FC. “I want win the league title for Enyimba FC in the coming season. If I can win other cups I will be very happy. I want trophies by the end of the season” he told FootballMadeInGhana.com. The former Ashgold goalie also talked…

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StarTimes pitches construction starts in 2018

The construction of ten pitches across the country by television rights holders of the Ghana Premier League, StarTimes will start in the coming weeks according to a release by the Ghana Football Association (GFA). StarTimes as part of its ten-year contract with the football controlling body in Ghana are to construct pitches in every region of the country. A season has passed since that controversial contract was signed but not a single has been seen. However, a release on the FA’s website on Friday said “The Executive Committee [of the…

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GFA Congress on Feb 7 and 8

The 24th Ordinary Congress of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) will come off between February 7 and 8, 2018 in Prampram. This came to light after the FA’s Executive Committee meeting. Following are a list of notable decisions taken at the august meeting. Seminars Before Congress – The Executive Committee approved four seminars on Match fixing, Refereeing, Marketing and Media for various interest groups in football ahead of the start of the next season to help improve the game. The seminars will be held on the 6th and 7th of February in Prampram. Calendar for…

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Isaac Addo now GFA General Secretary

Isaac Addo has been appointed as the General Secretary of the Ghana Football Association. This was confirmed at the last meeting of the GFA’s Executive Committee at their secretariat in Accra. Until his recent appointment, Isaac Addo was a Deputy General Secretary (Marketing) of the Association. He acted as General Secretary of the FA after the retirement of Emmanuel Gyimah in 2015. Isaac Addo joined the GFA in 1999 as an Administrative Officer before he was later appointed as Deputy General Secretary in charge of Marketing. He is a graduate of the University of Ghana, Legon,…

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Polack banned 3 matches; fined GHȼ4,000

When the 2017/18 season gets underway, Asante Kotoko Head Coach, Steven Polack will be unable to sit on the team’s bench following a three-match ban slapped on him by the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for misconduct. The coach has as well been fined a total of GHȼ4,000 for two misconduct offences and in another instance warned to be of good behavior. This was contained in decisions taken by the Disciplinary Committee dated December 20, 2017. Number two of the Disciplinary Committee’s decision notes that, the Kotoko…

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Big lifeline to Jordan Opoku’s career

Kotoko have signed Jordan Opoku on a one-year deal in bid to boost their squad ahead of the 2017/18 season. This move also gives the experienced midfielder the chance to relaunch his career. Jordan signed contract documents at the club’s secretariat this week to end speculations over his future having been part of the club’s pre-season training. This is the third time he’s joined the Porcupine club. The midfielder told the club’s website, his target is to help improve the team for the tasks ahead. “We will be playing on the local front…

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Wonderkid Douglas Owusu joins Kotoko

Enterprising youngster, Douglas Owusu Ansah, has signed his first professional contract at the club’s Secretariat at Odeneho Kwadaso in Kumasi.The teenage midfielder agreed to a four-year deal in the presence of his father and manager, Douglas Owusu Ansah Snr this week. Owusu Ansah rose through the club’s youth ranks after earning an invitation from Coach Steven Polack to join the senior side. He’s been involved in the club’s pre-season activities with performances that has elicited positive reviews from his trainers and even teammates. Asked about his motivation to commit his…

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Eleven Wonders sign former Atletico Madrid player

Techiman Eleven Wonders have signed Osei Kwaku Seth on a three-year deal. The talented youngster appended his signature to the 36-month deal after passing medicals in Techiman on Thursday. He is expected to add more creativity in the middle of the newly-promoted side as they look forward to go all out in the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League. Osei Kwaku previously featured for the youth team of Atletico Madrid in Spain. He now becomes Eleven Wonders third official signing this window.  

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