Bofo appoint University graduate as coach

  Ghana National Division One Zone 1 outfit, Bofoakwa Tano have officially appointed Emmanuel Ofori Asumadu as head coach ahead of the coming 2017/2018 season. Asumadu who is a University of Cape Coast graduate and also holds a CAF License B Coaching license was the head coach of one of the second-tier teams in the Brong Ahafo region before landing the job with the hunters. He is expected to help the club qualify back to the Ghana Premier League which has been their major aim for several years. The new coach…

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Sekondi Hasaacas to renovate club house

Division One League side, Sekondi Hasaacas are set to renovate their club house which is in deplorable state. The Giants of the West have decided to turn their abandoned club house to one which can accommodate their players moving in from outside the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis. Speaking Spice FM’s Abednego Abaidoo, a Management member of Hasaacas, Paa Kwesi revealed the club’s intention of raising GHȼ50,000.00 to undertake the project. “We’ve been spending a lot on hotel bills; even playing our 15 games at home last season; we spent about GHȼ800 on…

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Ex-Vision FC players donate to youth team

  Former Vision FC duo Samuel Kwame Owusu and Michael Baidoo have extended their kind gestures to the club’s youth development team. The pair who started their careers at Vision FC before moving to ply their trade abroad donated football equipments worth thousands of cedis to the team. According to Kwame Owusu, the eldest among the duo, the gesture was to show appreciation to the club for nurturing them to become who they are now and to motivate the young ones to work hard to achieve their aim. “We [Michael…

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Nuhu Alhassan open on transfer deals

Former New Edubiase and Ashgold player, Nuhu Alhassan has disclosed that, he’s holding talks with several clubs after becoming a free agent. Alhassan Nuhu featured for New Edubiase in the first round of the GN Bank Division One League last season before he travelled outside the country in search of a club. “I’m back in Ghana. I’m not attached to any club now. I’ve been training on my own for the past few weeks. I’m in talks with several clubs both in Ghana and outside Ghana but nothing has been…

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New team bus for Phar Rangers

Division One side, Phar Rangers, have purchased a brand-new team bus ahead of the 2017/18 season. The club posted a picture of the new vehicle on their Facebook Page on Boxing Day. After making their debut appearance in Zone 3 of the Division One League, the Akuapim Mampong based club finished at 12th position amassing 38 points. With this latest acquisition, Phar Rangers will be looking forward to a bright start next season, hoping to seeking qualification to the Ghana Premier League. Meanwhile, the President of club, Nana Yaw Amponsah is…

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Football must be run as ‘business’

Club owners and football administrators in Ghana will not reap the needed benefits they are supposed to have if they don’t employ workable business modules in their approach to managing their clubs. That’s the observation made by the President of Division One side, Phar Rangers, Nana Yaw Amponsah. Speaking in an interview with UTV, Nana Yaw Amponsah said: “We have to be running football as a business. Many administrators run football as a second-choice job so even if it doesn’t go well, they care less about it. “They are just…

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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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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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Gyawu confirms Lions exit

Heart of Lions midfielder Joseph Baffour Gyawu has left the club following the expiration of his contract. The midfield enforcer joined the Division One Club three seasons ago and has risen to become the fulcrum of the team. Gyawu pointed out that his deal with the Volta Region club has ended and he is seeking for a fresh challenge. “My contract with Lions has ended and I am at home now, I have applied for floating to enable me to join any team of my choice,” Gyawu told footballmadeinghana.com “My…

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Opoku joins Eleven Wonders

  Promoted Ghana Premier League side Eleven Wonders FC have signed midfielder Alfred Opoku from GN Division One Zone 1 side Nea Salamina. Opoku was the heartbeat of the Salamina team which reached the quarter final of the 2016/2017 MTN FA Cup Tournament and also placed second in the second-tier league. A management member of the club confirmed the deal to footballmadeinghana.com and also wished the mercurial youngster well in the move. “Alfred Opoku has joined Eleven Wonders on a three-year deal today (Monday). He is great talent and we…

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