Club Africain battle Nicholas Opoku at FIFA

  Tunisian giants Club African have responded to FIFA over a supposed allegation by Ghanaian defender Nicholas Opoku that they owe him huge sums of money. Opoku is bent on terminating his contract with the Tunisian side this summer in order to join Italian Serie A club Udinese. The Black Stars defender decided to drag club Club Africain to FIFA over unpaid wages and signing on fee so that he can terminate his contract after they rejected an offer from Udinese. Footballmadeinghana.com can confirm that Club Africain’s board of directors have responded…

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Dwarfs CEO passes on

  Ebusua Dwarfs bankroller Nana Aidoo has passed away after a long-standing illness. Footballmadeinghana.com understands that the Dwarfs boss gave up the ghost after battling a supposed sickness for close to twelve months in America. Aidoo has been the backbone of Dwarfs since their return to the elite league few seasons ago and he has been helping them with cash to run the club. His demise is a big blow for Dwarfs who before his arrival were facing huge financial difficulties.

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Karela United break camp indefinitely 

Management of Nzema based Premier League club Karela United have told it’s players and technical team to go on an indefinite break. All football related activities in the country have being puts on hold after investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas premiered his latest exposé which saw some football officials receiving bribes on cameras. In a statement on the facebook page of the Premier League newbies, the CEO of the club, David Cobbina Brigidi has communicated to the players and the technical team to go on an indefinite break as they…

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Cudjoe Fianoo under pressure to resign

  GHALCA boss Cudjoe Fianoo is under serious pressure to quit his position as the head of the Association following his appointment by the Government to be part of the five-man IMC to run football in the country. Fianoo together with four people have been tasked to lead Ghana football on interim basis as a house clearing exercise is done following an expose by ace journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas on corruption in Ghanaian football. The various clubs which constitutes GHALCA feel peeved as they believe the astute football administrator has…

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Fianoo must reject Government appointment-Salam Yakubu

Chief Executive Officer of New Edubiase FC, Abdul Salam Yakubu has called on GHALCA chairman Cudjoe Fianoo to reject the appointment by Government to be part of the IMC to run Ghana football. The outspoken football administrator stressed that Fianoo will betray the Association should he accept the role. “If Fianoo accepts this government appointment, then he has betrayed we the football people. He has not met with anyone about this government appointment. He didn’t say a word when we met last week, he has to reject it,” Yakubu told…

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GHALCA to hold Emergency Meeting on Monday

  The Ghana League Clubs Association will on Monday hold an emergency meeting to discuss the recent developments in the Association. GHALCA will use the opportunity to brief its members and the general public on the progress of the seven-man committee they set to meet the Youth and Sports Minister to resolve the unfortunate situations in Ghana football currently. The meeting will take place on Monday at GHALCA Secretariat in Accra at exactly 10:00 pm. By: Abdul Wadudu Osman

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Salam Yakubu threatens to dissolve New Edubiase

  Bankroller of New Edubiase FC, Abdul Salam Yakubu has vowed to dissolve his club in next month if the Ghana Premier League and Division One league does not start. The experienced football administrator says he will let all his players go and disband his team if the league does not continue in July. “We’re waiting for a month if the league doesn’t start by then, I will release the players card and dissolve my club,” he told Nhyira FM “We’re now on break following the 10-day injunction granted by…

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Feature: Hypocrisy in Ghana football must stop

  I was glancing through my whatsapp this evening while arguing with my colleagues on issues pertaining to Ghana Football currently. To my utmost surprise, I saw a press release in one of the groups I join on social media, the heading was ” GOVERNMENT SETS UP INTERIM COMMITTEE TO MANAGE GHANA FOOTBALL.”  I was happy because I want our game to grow by any ever means. After reading the exciting heading, I went ahead to look at names and all of a sudden, I started shivering (in Coach Johnson…

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Corruption is everywhere not only football – Head Coach Skyy FC Abdul Malik 

  Head Coach of Skyy FC, Abdul Malik has jumped to the defence of referees who appeared in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas Number 12 video. Coach Abdul Malik claims the referees who were seen taking bribes in the Number 12 Video aren’t the only corrupt individuals in the country. According to the former Sekondi Eleven Wise tactician, looking at the systems in the country, he wasn’t surprised seeing referees being bribed to influence the outcome of games and added corruption is almost everywhere. “With our system here, I will say…

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Gov’t decision to dissolve GFA sounds funny – IMC Member of Sekondi Hasaacas 

  IMC Member of Sekondi Hasaacas, Paa kwesi Essuon Arbuah has hit back at the Government for dissolving the Ghana Football Association. According to the football administrator, the whole incident sounds funny to him as he does not apprehend what the government is about. “The whole episode is very funny in my opinion, I don’t get the whole decision of dissolving the FA because some officials have engaged themselves in corrupt practices which is yet to be proven.” he said in an interview with Footballmadeinghana.com “I am yet to listen…

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