The media have not been fair to experience players-Joe Louis

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  Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak winger Joe Louis says he is not done yet and has still has lots of football in him though the media are trying to retire him. The cunning dribbler indicated that the Ghanaian media have always branded experienced players as old people which really affect them though they had what it takes to play. “I am very strong and active to play competitive soccer but the media always condemn experience players and label them as too old to play,” Louis…

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Attram lauds his player after win over Black Stars

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Owner of Visser Soccer Academy, Godwin Attram says he is happy with his team’s output in the friendly game with the Black Stars B. The second division side ended thrashed the Black Stars B team by three goals to one on Monday afternoon thereby ending their unbeaten run. Former Ghana National Under 17 skipper Godwin Attram who owns the Academy says he has been looking for the platform for his boys to showcase their talent and he had it. “I have been lobbying for this match for a very long…

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Sports Minister donates to Division Two Clubs

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Deputy Sports Minister of Ghana, Pius Enam Hadzide over the weekend donated football items to two third-tier clubs in the Eastern Region. The two clubs namely Asuogyaman Crystal Palace and Somanya Bazooka FC locked horns on Sunday in a league game in which the honorable minister was present. After the game in which Crystal Palace won 4-0, the minister gave football equipment including balls and others to both teams and encouraged them to work hard as football can elevate their status. “I want to urge you on to take football…

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Still Believe open Division Two League campaign with tough win over Koans

Still Believe players celebrate the win over Koans

Still Believe FC began their campaign in the Greater Accra Division Two League with a hard fought 1-0 win over Koans FC on Saturday. A 9th minute strike from new signing James Agbemaple was just enough to see the Kweiman-based club clinch all three points. The youth team of Dreams FC was however made to dig deep to hold out for the win after fading out in the latter parts of the game despite the bright start. James Agbemaple gave the hosts a deserving lead after just nine minutes following…

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Don’t blame my oufit for league delay-Eddie Doku

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The Greater Accra RFA chairman Eddie Nii Doku has pointed out that his association should not be blamed for the delay start of the start of the Region’s third-tier league. Almost all the regional second division league are in progress with the exception of Greater Accra which will commence this week but the boss of the RFA says they have been encountering problems which is beyond them. “Greater Accra have more clubs than any of the regions so organizing league in here becomes more difficult and it is not easy,”…

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Still Believe FC host Koans FC in Division Two opener

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Still Believe FC will start their second season in the Greater Accra division two league this weekend at the Kweiman Park with a game against Koans FC. Still Believe FC which is one of the developmental terams of Dreams FC had a fruitful pre-season and will be hoping to start their outing with a win on Saturday. Manager Karim Zito made several signings to beef up in the off season following the promotion of seven of his boys to Dreams FC. Still Believe FC finished sixth in the Greater Accra…

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In God We Trust FC beat Mighty Jets

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Ghana National Division Two side, In God We Trust FC defeated Tudu Mighty Jets by two goals to one at the Teshie Military Park on Friday. In God We Trust FC which is one of the developmental sides of Dreams FC were using the game as a preparatory outing for the impending Greater Accra Regional Division Two League whilst Mighty Jets also used the match to test their strength for National Division One League which resumes next weekend. Midfielder Mubarak Iddrisu opened the scoring for In God We Trust FC…

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Delayed Greater Accra Division Two League suffer yet another postponement

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The Greater Accra Regional Division Two League has suffered yet another postponement primarily due to the inability of clubs to secure player licenses. This will be the second time the youth league which was originally scheduled to commence on the weekend of May 19-21, 2017 has had to be rescheduled. Most of the clubs in the four Zones are yet to secure the licenses of their players. Some are eve yet to settle affiliation fee which is pegged at GHs 200.00. The Greater Accra RFA keeps notifying clubs on the…

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Seven youth team players gain promotion to Dreams FC

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Seven players from the youth teams of Dreams FC have been drafted into the first team, FootballMadeInGhana.com can confirm. In God We Trust FC, the latest youth team formed just three months ago to compete in the third tier league had five players promoted to the first team. Strikers Zuberu Sharani, Clifford Hanson and Stephen Owusu as well as midfield duo Khalid Mumin and Benjamin Ayim were the beneficiaries of the promotion following their sterling performances with In God We Trust FC. The quintet have already experienced some game time…

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Adam Fazazi pleased with Inter Allies move

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Togolese coach Adam Fazazi is glad with his appointment at the youth team coach of Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies. Fazazi officially signed a one-year deal with the junior team of the Tema-based club on Thursday and will steer their affairs in the Greater Accra Division Two League. The one-time Togolese National Under 20 Coach who handled Maranatha FC in his home country last season emphasized that he is happy to be at Inter Allies and he is the ready for the task ahead. “I want to give myself…

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