League suspension affecting us-Asamoah

  Techiman Eleven Wonders  attacker, Alex Asamoah has revealed that league suspension is affecting him and some of his colleague footballers. All football related activities have been held by the Government of Ghana after ace journalist came out with evidence of corrupt practices in Ghana football in his latest video. Asamoah stressed that that the suspension is affecting him and some other footballers who earn all their daily bread through the globular leather. “As an in-form player, with a chance of going to play at abroad and the league goes…

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Suspension of the league has not affected me-Owusu

  Ashanti Gold SC forward Prince Owusu insists the indefinite break of the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League has not affected him anyway. The young striker maintains that he is embarking on his personal sessions to keep fit for the second round of the league. “The break of the league has not affected me. I have been training to keep my form and my motive foe the season is still intact. I am focusing though we are all still in the house,” Owusu told footballmadeinghana.com “Personally, the season has not been…

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Porto offer Waris permanent contract

  Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris has been handed a permanent contract by Portuguese champions FC Porto as they seek to build up a winsome team for their Champions League campaign. Waris, 26, joined the Dragon on a six-month loan deal from French Ligue 2 side Lorient in January and was able to make nine appearances in all competitions. Portuguese Sports Tabloid A Bola reports that Porto have already given Waris a four-year contract and he will stay at the Dragao up to the summer of 2022. Porto Manager Sergio…

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The impasse between Ministry and the FA affected us-Baba Rahman

  Ghana international Abdul Baba Rahman says the wranglings between the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ghana Football Association affected their quest to make it to the 2018 Mundial. The onloan Chelsea star emphasized that it got to time that moral was down in camp and it had an adverse consequence on the team. “It is dishearten that we could not make it to the World Cup. I think the then impasse between the GFA and the Ministry really affected us,” Baba told footballmadeinghana.com “Sometimes, moral was very…

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Fianoo explains why he rejected government appointment.

  Chairman of Ghana League Clubs Association, Kudjoe Fianoo has explained the reasons why he declined the government appointment to be among the five-member committee to meet FIFA to discuss the possible solutions to the current football situation in Ghana. Fianoo indicated that he knew FIFA will not accept to meet them unless there is a member of the Ghana football Association. “Something wasn’t right with the steps government was taking to restore our game. As chairman of the GHALCA I knew very well FIFA wouldn’t entertain the 5-man committee….

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Umar Bashir calls on Government to find quick solution to Ghana football.

  West African Football Academy midfielder Umar Bashir is calling on government to find a quick solution to the current state of Ghana football. The government of Ghana last week came out that steps are underway to dissolve the Ghana football Association after some of the executive committee were captured in a video engaging in corrupt act. The situation has forced government to suspend all football activities in the country which has not gone down well with the clubs. Speaking to Zuria FM in Kumasi, the WAFA midfielder urged the…

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Patrick Akoto optimistic of reaching an agreement with Government.

  Medeama SC representative at the GHALCA, Patrick Akoto is sure that the association will reach an agreement with Government to be able to solve the current football situation in the country. GHALCA met for the second time since the Anas expose to discuss about how they will convince the government to soften his stance on dissolving the FA. Speaking to the media after the meeting, Akoto was optimistic the meeting will yield dividends in the coming days. “Is an issue that came up, a lot of things has happened….

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Decision to dissolve GFA is not fair-Karim Zito

Dreams FC technical director Abdul Karim Zito has stated that Government decision to dissolve the FA is not fair. The experienced coach thinks government should have take action against those who were captured in the video rather than punishing the whole football Association. “If you have three children, and one does something wrong, will you punish all the three children? Definitely, you will only punish the person who did wrong.” Zito told Ashh FM “For now, about three, four people have been captured, why is the government punishing the entire…

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Frosinone to sign Chibsah on permanent deal

  Newly promoted Italian Serie B side Frosinone have opened up talks with Benevento for the possible sale of Ghanaian midfielder Yussif Chibsah Raman. The Ghanaian international played on loan at Frosinone this ended season helping them to book their Serie A ticket via play off. Frosinone are happy with the output of Chibsah and following the player’s desire for a return to the top flight, they have started talks with his parent club over a potential permanent deal. Chibsah qualified the likes of Sassuolo, and Benevento to the Serie…

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Eli savors maiden goal in Iceland

  Ghana youth defender Emmanuel Eli Keke is pleased with his first goal in his professional football career. The former Dreams FC youngster was on target over the weekend as his side Vikingur Olafsvik defeated Leiknir Reykjavik by three goals to nothing at the Ólafsvík Sports Stadium in the Iceland Deild League. “It was special for me to score my first league goal after putting up good performances through out our matches. It was our first home game of the season, scoring on my first home debut through a direct…

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