Isaac Amoako heads to Dreams

FootballMadInGhana.com can exclusively confirm that, Dreams Football Club are very close to sealing a deal with the highly experienced former Kotoko goalkeeper, Isaac Amoako. Asante Kotoko parted ways with the goalie after his contract expired at the end of the 2016/17 season. Dreams FC, FootballMadeInGhana.com. understands, approached the goalie. Talks have since been progressive. The Administrative Manager of Dreams FC when contacted on his club’s likely signing of Amoako said: “Yes, we are in talks with [him] pending the outcome of a scheduled medicals on Friday, December, 22, 2017”. He…

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Caleb Amankwah wanted change of environment

Former defender, Caleb Amankwah has explained his signing by Aduana Stars saying that, he wanted to explore new things hence his latest decision. The pacey player, who helped WAFA to a first runner-up finish in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League, arrived at Dormaa Ahenkro on Wednesday. After talks with the management of the club, Caleb appended his signature to contract papers. “I signed three years contract with Aduana stars; I chose Aduana Stars because in life you don’t have to stay at one place, you have to go somewhere and work to…

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Patron’s appointment excites Kotoko fans

After the Management of Asante Kotoko announced the appointment of former WAFA coach, Akakpo Patron as their new Assistant Coach, FootballMadeInGhana.com’s Wadudu Abdul Osman was on the streets of Kumasi to find out from some fans what they make of the appointment. Below are excerpts of the interview. Sasu Danquah, Circles member – It’s a good decision to bring on board a former player and WAFA assistant coach, Akakpo Patron. His rich experience will be helpful for us. As a former player of Kotoko and coach of WAFA, he understands our…

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G-8 tourney officially launched

The Ghana League Clubs Associations (Ghalca) has officially unveiled the G8 tournament at the True Vine Hotel in Kumasi. Eight clubs will be competing in the tournament that will be between January 6 to 21 next year. The newly three promoted Division One clubs – Dreams FC, Karela United and Techiman Eleven Wonders will be pitching their strength against the might of five Premier League sides – league champions, Aduana Stars and FA Cup winners, Asante Kotoko; Hearts of Oak, Ebusua Dwarfs and Medeama, who came in at the last minute to…

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Atsu confident of Newcastle progress

  Ghana winger Christian Atsu is hopeful that the Magpies can rise to the top despite their recent poor form. The UponTyne side will face West Ham on Sunday at the London Stadium and the Ghanaian is sure they can rise to the occasion as they have all their players fit. “We have to keep calm. We have many games coming up in December and January,”Atsu told Shieldsgazzette. “I am very happy that we have a full squad. We will keep working hard like before. “We have improved and I…

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Nsor not perturbed by Black Stars snub

  Académico Viseu FC striker Kwame Nsor says he is not bothered despite being overlooked by the Black Stars technical handlers. Nsor was arguably the best Ghanaian player in a top league in Europe last season as he netted sixteen Primeira Liga goals for Uniao Madeira. Despite his heroics, the gangling striker was never considered for Black Stars call up but he insists his time will come. “It is the dream of every player to play for his country and that and that is my dream also,”Nsor told footballmadeinghana.com “I…

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Nuttall stops all new-signings

  Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Frank Elliott Nuttall is not ready to sanction any new signing unless he has assessed the players in training. The Scottish gaffer is not ready to work with players he has not examined and has therefore told the management not to sign any new player which he has not seen training. Footballmadeinghana.com can reveal that the poor form and the fitness level of players such as Gilbert Fiamenyo and others who came to train with the team made the coach to take that…

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GFA Exco Committee to meet on Friday

The Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association will meet at the conference hall of the FA Secretariat on Friday to deliberate on issues ahead of the new season. Footballmadeinghana.com understands that the strongest committee within the FA will have a sitting on December 22, where they will discuss the coming 2017/2018 season as well as share ideas. The Executive Committee will through this meeting also propose the date for congress ahead of next season which is scheduled to start in February 2018. The last time the GFA Executive Committee…

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Konadu cautions Aduana, Kotoko

Black Stars deputy coach, Maxwell Konadu, has warned urged Ghanaian clubs participating in Africa club competitions in 2018 to prepare adequately ahead of their respective competitions. While Aduana Stars will be playing in the CAF Champions League, Asante Kotoko are in the CAF Confederation Cup. The former Wa All Stars and Kotoko trainer believes that, nothing will see the two teams progressing in the two competitions than good preparation. He thus cautioned them against complacency saying, they should forget about walking over any team. ”Football has changed; gone are the…

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Theophilus Jackson for Hearts of Oak

Goalkeeper Theophilus Jackson is on the verge of signing for Hearts of Oak, FootballMadeInGhana.com can exclusively reveal. The former WAFA goalkeeper has been training with the Phobians for some time now. He has featured in all two of their pre-season friendly matches against Attram De-Visser Academy and Heart of Lions. “We are still in the negotiation process though at the advance stage. I expressed interest to join them and they asked me to come and train with the team. If the technical team gives them the green light, they will…

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