Abeiku, Awal in Kuwait; Kotoko supporters angry

Questions are being asked by some Kotoko fans as to why their Management failed to re-engage two of their experienced central backs, Abeiku Ainooson and Awal Mohammed particularly in a year that they have an Africa campaign. The two players completed their switch to Al-Fahaheel in Kuwait in a move that will see the Porcupine Warriors earning nothing despite giving the two players huge platforms in the last couple of years. Awal and Abeiku both signed two-year contracts with the Kuwaiti outfit after medicals. Abeiku Ainooson was released by Kotoko…

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Yahaya’s experience will count

Yahaya Mohammed will boost Aduana Stars’ agenda when they seek an impressive outing in the 2018 CAF Champions League. That’s according to their Public Relations Officer (PRO), Amo Gyamfi Collins, who told FootballMadeInGhana.com that, the recapture of the hard-working midfielder will greatly aid their quest to perform well in Africa next year. The highly gifted and experienced Yahaya Mohammed signed a two-year contract with Aduana Stars on Saturday – days after the club made another important signing in name of former WAFA player, Caleb Amankwah. “We are happy to capture…

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Training Report: Hasaacas end justifiers

Division One side, Sekondi Hasaacas ended their three-week justify inclusion on Friday, December 22, 2017. Over 100 players across the country were there to try their luck. In the end, 18 of them were selected by the technical team, headed by former player, Joe Agyeman Jnr. Coach Agyeman supervised three friendly matches with the aim of assessing the players who turned up for the justifiers. The coach lamented the turnout as far as goalkeepers are concerned. He wondered why goalkeepers hardly show-up at such sessions. Hasaacas are on the verge…

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Six players out of Medeama squad

Medeama Sporting Club have announced the departure of six players from their squad that assisted in their 6th place finish in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League. “We would like to announce the departure of six players from the team: Paul Aidoo, Samuel Adade, Francis Addo, Edmund Owusu-Peprah, Daniel Ocran and Latif Salifu. They served us well and we wish them the best” the club said on their Twitter handle. Meanwhile, Medeama are without a coach following the exit of their former trainer, Evans Adotey.

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Real Fijai United not sold yet

Owner of Real Fijai United, Jacob Wemegah has debunked rumours that he has sold the club. He however told FootballMadeInGhana.com in an exclusive interview that, he’s ready to sell it outright or partner someone to run the Division One club. Earlier reports indicated that, the club has been sold but Jacob Wemegah deined that, saying, “Fijai Real United, as we speak now, is not sold but it’s true that, I’m talking terms with potential buyers and potential partners but as we speak now, the club is not sold” he insisted….

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Bechem United to pay GHȼ105,000

The Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has imposed a GHȼ105,000 fine on Bechem United for their misconduct in their game against Great Olympics on October 22, 2017. The three charges leveled against the club were that, on the day of the said game, “When the match officials were entering the stadium for the Pre-match Technical Meeting” their fans not only “insulted and intimated the match officials” they as well “cursed them by breaking eggs” in clear breach of the rules governing the game. They also “Blocked the…

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Paul Aidoo denies Aduana Stars move

Center Back, Paul Aidoo has debunked rumors of signing a three-year deal with Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars. The former Medeama player confirmed that, he has already placed in a request for floating status adding he will only sign for a club when he has been given the green light by the Ghana Football Association (GFA)’s Players Status Committee. Paul Aidoo, who has played for both Berekum Chelsea and Medeama in continental club competitions further explained that, Aduana Stars are among clubs seeking his signature maintaining that, he will…

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Hasaacas release four senior players

Frederick Quayson, Richmond Kojo Poku, Rodger Lamptey and Tennesson Opoku are senior players in the Sekondi Hasaacas setup that the Management of the club has parted company with. Hasaacas’ Management member, Paa Kwesi Esuon Amoah revealed on Spice FM that, Hasmal have released several players including the former Kotoko attacker, Frederick Quayson and three others. “Those that we have issued release letters to are: Frederick Quayson, Tennesson Opoku, Kojo Poku, Rodger Lamptey and couple of other players – almost six or seven players” the Management member said. He added that other…

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Coach Adepa tips Aduana to excel

Former Wa All Stars Head Coach, Enos Adepah has predicted that Aduana Stars will perform better than Asante Kotoko in next year’s CAF inter club competitions. In the Confederations Cup, Kotoko are in for Congolese side, Club Athlétique Renaissance Aiglon (CARA) while Aduana Stars play Libyan side, Al Tahaddy in the Champions League. Coach Adepah who competed in the Champions League last season with Wa All Stars, said on Takoradi based Spice FM that Aduana Stars seemed quite prepared than Kotoko. “Aduana’s preparation is on course. I saw them when…

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Karela draw with ASEC in Abidjan

Newly promoted Ghana Premier League side, Karela United held Ivorian league champions, ASEC Mimosas to a goalless draw in an international club friendly played on Wednesday. Karela United continued their fine build up to the upcoming 2017/18 season with a routine pre-season, first playing Asec Mimosas in Sol Beni, Abidjan. It was Coach Johnson Smith’s first game since extending his stay at the club about a week ago. He used most of his newly signed players for the game while ASEC also fielded some of their newly signed players such…

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