Kotoko Management begs former journalists

Information available to FootballMadeInGhana.com indicates that, Kotoko’s Management has been making overtures to journalists who resigned from the club’s official newspaper, Kotoko Express, last year to return. Kotoko Express Editor, Jerome Otchere; Senior reporter, Bernard Nyankomago Yeboah courageously tendered in their resignation citing the Management’s poor handling of issues undermining the club’s media outlets. A third journalist, Gideon Boakye Botchway, a deepthroat source at the club told us, verbally communicated his resignation. He’s been seen around the club lately as he has accepted to work. Kotoko Express hasn’t been published…

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Nominees for 43rd SWAG Awards

The Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) has released the list of outstanding sports men and women for their 43rd annual awards night. A statement signed by SWAG General Secretary, William Ezah, named Daniel Nii Adjei, formerly of TP Mazembe, DRC), Thomas Teye Partey, Atletico Madrid, Spain; Christian Atsu, Newcastle, England and Richard Boakye-Yiadom, Red Star Belgrade, Serbia) as the nominees for the Footballer of the Year award. The statement said, Thomas Abbey, Hearts of Oak; Amos Frimpong, Kotoko and Stephen Sarfo, Berekum Chelsea comprised the list for another version of…

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Training Report: Dwarfs back to work

Ebusua Dwarfs started their training this week on Monday with five old and ten new players reporting for the session, which took place at the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium, which is their usual training venue. With the exception of Friday, the session was held every day. On the first day, Physical Instructor, Frederick Frimpong took the team through the usual warm-up drills. It was full of fun even for the sparsely seated spectators at the venue. The drills were in different forms with intermittent breaks. In all, the team spent…

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New deluxe bus for Elmina Sharks

Ghana Premier League side, Elmina Sharks will travel across the length and breadth of the country in a new luxurious bus purchased for them by their bankroller, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom. The new bus comes in complete fulfillment of Dr. Nduom’s promise to the club last season, during their debut appearance in the elite football league. Elmina Sharks initially struggled to find their composure in the competition, forcing them to dispense with the services of Coach Amissah for Coach Yaw Acheampong, who safely steered them out of relegation zone to…

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Elmina Sharks had fantastic debut

In a review of their first season in the Ghana Premier League, Elmina Sharks winger, Benjamin Tweneboah has told FootballMadeInGhana.com that, he and his team had an impressive debut. According to him, he had a “fantastic” time at the Edina club and he expects the best next season. Benjamin Tweneboah helped Elmina Sharks to survive relegation, scoring important goals and assisting others. “I rate my and the team’s performance in the first season as fantastic. We had a difficult start, but we gradually found our rhythm in the second half….

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Dwarfs to sign Coach Bash

Ebusua Dwarfs are likely to secure the services of former Asante Kotoko and Ashgold coach, Bashir Hayford ahead of the 2017/18 season. A deepthroat source at the Cape Coast club told FootballMadeInGhana.com that, they have opened talks with the experienced coach adding that, they are very confident of signing him. When contacted, Coach Bash, as he’s affectionately called, confirmed that, he’s been approached by Dwarfs explaining that he’s awaiting confirmation of a deal. Coach Bash is a two-time Ghana Premier League winner with Asante Kotoko and Ashgold. He resigned from…

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Maidens visit Osaberima Kwesi Atta II

The Management Committee, Technical Team and Players of Black Maidens have paid a courtesy call on the Chief of Oguaa Traditional Area, Osaberima Kwesi Atta II at his Emintsimadze Palace in the Central Regional capital. Leader of delegation, Augustine Asante, in his speech he said the team needed prayers and blessing from the chiefs and people of Cape Coast as they prepare for Gambia in Saturday’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifying match. Osaberima welcomed the team warmly saying that football in Ghana started from Cape Coast and no national team…

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Rashid Sumaila sure of European move

Former Dwarfs and Kotoko defender, Rashid Sumaila has told FootballMadeInGhana.com that, he will move to Europe next season. Rashid, who was part of Dwarfs from 2010 to 2012 before joining Kotoko in the 2012/13 season; went to Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa before landing in the Kuwaiti League. “I can assure you that, I will join a club in Europe next season” said the talented defender. This season, Sumaila has played eight matches for his club, Qadsia scoring one goal. He has also won five Man of the Match awards….

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Robert Mensah Stadium to be shutdown

FootballMadeInGhana.com has gathered that, the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium in Cape Coast to be closed down for renovation works. Our information indicates that, the changing rooms, the pitch and stands will all see massive facelift with the installation of floodlights as well. This came to light after the CAF Women’s Inspection Team visited the facility which they say will be used as one of the training pitches for the upcoming African Women’s Cup of Nations. The Robert Mensah Sports Stadium has not seen any major renovation since its construction in…

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Dwarfs set to sign Wadudu Yakubu

Former Wa All Stars playmaker, Wadudu Yakubu is currently in talks over a possible move to Ebusua Dwarfs. The move, FootballMadeInGhana.com understands, is about 70 per cent complete. The midfield dynamo, who is currently a free agent after successfully severing ties with Wa All Stars, shared his desire to join the Cape Coast side ahead of the 2017/18 season. In an interview with Cape Coast based YES FM, the player said even though he has had offers from clubs outside the country, his interest in playing for a club in…

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