NADM SC will bounce back strongly

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President of Hohoe based Division Two side, NADM SC, William Deladem Ackumey has pointed out that the coming season will see the club stronger than ever. NADM SC is a household name in the Division Two League, following their participation in the Volta Regional Division Two League, (Southern Sector). The club pulled out of the 2017 League in a bid to restructure. This, according to William Deladem has gone according to plan and they will be competing in the 2018 League. “This year we took a decision not to participate…

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Ex-Hearts defender leads club to Division One


  Former Hearts of Oak defender, Dan Oppong guided Sunyani-based Young  Apostles FC to qualify to the second-tier league, the Division One, with a 5-3 penalty shoot-out win over Kato Freedom Fighters in the Brong Ahafo third-tier middle league game on Sunday. Oppong, who was part of the Phobians when they won the maiden edition of the CAF Confederations Cup in the 2004/05 season, was Head Coach for Young Apostles who put up sterling performances to emerge winners in the tough campaign. The final game of the Brong Ahafo middle league ended…

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Toku dreams of playing abroad


Ghana Under 17 deputy skipper Emmanuel Toku has stressed that his aim is to play abroad. The talented winger who featured for third-tier side Cheetah FC mentioned that he wants play in some of the top leagues in the World and win laurels. “As a young footballer it is my dream to play in the top Leagues in Europe and win trophies,” Toku told TV3. “I will like to play in places like the English Premier League, Spanish League, Italian Serie A and the rest. “I need to work very…

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I want to help good talents earn a living-Hayye Yartey


Bank roller of Kasoa-based third tier outfit Cheetah FC, Abdul Hayye Yartey says his dream and desire is to help good football talents to get far in their career and also make a living. Yartey who nurtured the likes of Newcastle’s Christian Atsu, Alhassan Wakaso of Vitoria SC and several other Ghanaian players says he wants the fantastic talents to reach a high level in their career. “I want to continue helping the kids on the street with great potentials to get somewhere in football. Football can give most of…

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Owusu discloses foreign clubs interest


Ghana Black Starlets defender Bismark Terry Owusu has revealed that he has gotten offers from some Europeans clubs though he is yet to make a choice. The talented youngster who features for Ghanaian third-tier side Mandela Soccer Academy hinted that a host of clubs from some of the top leagues in Europe are on his heels but he will seek advise before knowing where to go. “I have gotten offers from Portugal, UK, Germany, Italy, and Russia but I am currently seeking advise from people who have seen it all…

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Validus defeat Legon FC


Validus FC which is the youth team of division one side Vision FC beat Legon FC by a lone goal in a crunch encounter at the Madina Estate Park on Saturday. Validus who are now handled by the assistant coach of the senior side, Adamu Sulley were in superb form as they dictated the pace of the game. The home side had more possession of the game in the first creating most of the chances but were unable to fine the back of the net. The second half also saw…

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Emmanuel Lomotey encourages Dreams FC Youth team players.


  Black Stars B midfielder Emmanuel Lomotey has urged the players of the Dreams FC youth team to take their football serious as it Is the only way they can get to the top. Lomotey who has signed for Spanish Segunda B side UD Extremadura tasked the players to go all out in their chosen career and refrain from certain habits which could cause an abrupt end to the promising path they have taken. “I came to visit, what I will tell u is to concentrate on your football. You…

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Youth Development: I am very glad with our output in the special tournament-Alfred Dzanie

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Dreams FC Youth team deputy manager, Alfred Dzanie says he was glad with the output of his palyers in the ongoing special tournament at the Accra Academy School field. The youth side of Dreams FC which included a blend of players of their two feeder clubs Still Believe FC and In God We Trust drew 1-1 with Cheetah FC in the first game before recording a pulsating 2-2 draw with Charity FC in the second game. Dzanie insists the results of both games was a true reflection of proceedings and…

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DIVISION II: Second round would be better – IGWT’s Yaw Kwarteng declares


In God We Trust FC skipper Yaw Kwarteng has expressed delight over his side’s impressive end to the first round of the Greater Accra Division II League. The lanky midfielder scored the winning goal of the game five minutes from full time and remains confident the second round of the competition would be more successful. “We can win the league at the end of the season, I know it is not easy but we can make it through hard work and determination we are going to make it. “After the…

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Division II : In God We Trust pip FC Barbarosa to end first round on a high


In God We Trust FC ended the first round of the Greater Accra Division Two – Zone IV league on a winning note after recording the 1 – 0 victory over FC Barbarossa. The fixture at the Kweiman Park was keenly contested as both sides sought to gain a better position on the league log ahead of the second round. Skipper Yaw Kwarteng grabbed the only goal of the match from the spot kick in the 85th minute to secure the win for Winfred Dormon’s squad. In an interview with…

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