Officials for GPL match day two fixtures

Match day two fixtures of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League will be honoured across the country this weekend. Below are the officials for the various games.  Hearts of Oak vs Ashgold Venue: Cape Coast Stadium Referee: Prosper Adii Asst 1: Bawa Haruna Asst 2: Ben Vormawor 4th Ref: McLord Arhin MC: Andrews Tamakloe Wa All Stars vs Ebusua Dwarfs Venue: Wa Referee: Ernest Baafi Assistant One: Joseph Sey Assistant Two: A. F. Zakari 4th Referee: O.B Amankwa MC: Salifu Zida Karela United vs Eleven Wonders Venue: Anyinase Referee: J. A….

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Vipers sign 14 players for 2017/18 season

Cape Coast Venomous Vipers have signed 14 new players for the 2017/18 season with the ultimate objective of making it to the Premier League. Vipers haven’t tasted Premier League football for 28 years. This season, they are bent on ending the nearly three-decade wait. Three of the newly signed players are from Cape Coast Astronomers while two others are from Elmina Sharks and Ebusua Dwarfs. The players from Astronomers are Mohammed Kassim, Hafiz Zakaria and Mohammed Idrisu. The rest are: Samuel Quayson and Razak Abdul from Dwarfs; Joseph Ventilation and Emmanuel Otoo from Elmina…

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Time for Hearts of Oak title drought to end

The Chairman of the Central Regional Chapters Committee of Accra Hearts of Oak, Andrew Forson has told FootballMadeInGhana.com that, the club will work hard to win the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League. Hearts of Oak have been without a league title for the past nine seasons. The Central Regional Supporters’ Chairman believes that, their title drought must end this season especially when their region will be hosting the team for their home matches. “Last week, the National Chapters Committee along with Regional Executives met the new Managing Director, Mark Noonan and per…

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Match officials for 2017/18 GPL opener

The long awaited 2017/18 Ghana Premier League commences this weekend with the exception of the game between Aduana Stars and Liberty Professionals due to former’s CAF Champions League away game in Algeria. Below are the referees who will be in-charge of the weekend’s seven matches. INTER ALLIES VS BECHEM UNITED Venue: Tema Referee: Dally Gagba Asst 1: Alex Anning Asst 2: Emurana Salifu 4th Ref: Isaac Quaye Match Commissioner: Kweku Eyiah WAFA VS ASANTE KOTOKO Venue: Sogakope Referee: Charles Bulu Asst 1: Philip Darko Asst 2: Nii Kotei Kotey 4th…

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Dwarfs sign 11 players for 2017/18 season

The Management of Ebusua Dwarfs have signed 11 new players for this season. The new signings, they say will the team achieve their minimum target of a top four finish by the end of the yet to begin season. Three of the players are from Hasaacas whereas two are from Ashgold. Following is the full list of players. Wiredu Danso, from Hasaacas; defender, Emmanuel Ansong from Hasaacas; former Ashgold right back, Albert Gaise; and another former Ashgold attacker, Paul Abeka Nkrumah. The rest are striker, Justus Tsorstsey from Hasaacas; defender, Aikins…

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Black Queens to begin camping for Japan friendly

Coach Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo has invited 25 players to the camp of the female senior national team, Black Queens start preparation for their international friendly against Japan on 1st April, 2018. Coach Mercy Tagoe kept faith with most of her players that won the WAFU Zone ‘B’ Women’s tournament in Abidjan last month and there have been eight new additions to the team. Their camping commences on next week. Wednesday. The invited players are Lily Niber-Lawrence (Hasaacas Ladies), Ampem Darkoa’s Justice Tweneboa, Edem Atovor (LadyStrikers), Rosemary Ampem (Immigration), Nancy Coleman…

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Jersey numbers of Hearts players announced

Accra Hearts of Oak have released jersey numbers of their players for the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League and other competitions for the upcoming season. That means the named players are officially registered for the delayed 2017/18 season. They are: Goalkeepers – Richard Baidoo, 16; Theophilus Jackson, 28; Benjamin Mensah, 1 and Sylvanus Gbeti, 22. The rest are: Defenders – Abdul Fatawu Mohammed, 2; Joshua Otoo, 20; Benjamin Agyare, 3; Evans Quao, 24; Inusah Musah, 25; Richard Akrofi, 15; Christopher Bonney, 21; Radji Okemba, 12; Robert Sowah Addo, 29. The others…

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Joseph Esso happy with Hearts’ new home

Accra Hearts of Oak’s new signing, Joseph Esso has lauded the Management of the club for their decision to settle on the Cape Coast Stadium for their matches in the yet to start 2017/18 Ghana Premier League. The former Ebusua Dwarfs attacking midfielder told journalists in Cape Coast that, he was extremely happy about the choice of his new club explaining that his familiarity with Hearts’ new venue will aid his performance for the Phobians. “Choosing here as our home grounds will help me as an individual. I have played and know…

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Nduom Stadium to host late evening matches

When the stalemate that has stalled the start of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League gets out of the way, fans of Elmina Sharks and football enthusiasts in the KEAA District, may have the beautiful opportunity of watching matches in the evening at the Nduom Sports Stadium. Financed by Groupe Nduom President, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, the stadium hosts Ghana Premier League side, Elmina Sharks and their female team, Sea Lions. A Facebook post on Elmina Sharks’ page, recently asked fans: “How about getting to enjoy some evening games at the…

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Elmina Sharks, Sea Lions unveil kits on Friday

Groupe Nduom under the leadership of Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has announced that, two of its subsidiaries – football clubs – Elmina Sharks and the female team, Sea Lions will on Friday unveil their kits for the 2017/18 season. The event will take place at Ahomka Fie starting at 5pm. Elmina Sharks gained promotion to the Ghana Premier League and 9th on the league table ensuring their survival in their first season. Their ladies team, Sea Lions were however second in the Women’s National League. FootballMadeInGhana.com understand that, Groupe Nduom will use…

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