Maidens visit Osaberima Kwesi Atta II

Maidens at palace

The Management Committee, Technical Team and Players of Black Maidens have paid a courtesy call on the Chief of Oguaa Traditional Area, Osaberima Kwesi Atta II at his Emintsimadze Palace in the Central Regional capital. Leader of delegation, Augustine Asante, in his speech he said the team needed prayers and blessing from the chiefs and people of Cape Coast as they prepare for Gambia in Saturday’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifying match. Osaberima welcomed the team warmly saying that football in Ghana started from Cape Coast and no national team…

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Antwi to weigh national teams options


Al Makasa striker John Antwi says he has never anticipated playing for the Pharaoh’s of Egypt though he will weigh options if they approach him. Antwi who is on loan from champions Al Ahly has been in superb form netting nine goals in ten Egyptian Premier League games which has seen him moved on top of the goal king chart. The Ghanaian has been arguably the best striker in the Egyptian topflight over the past four seasons netting goals for fun though his Ghana national team appearances has been limited…

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CAF to name top three players in Accra


The Confederation of African Football (CAF) will reveal the final three-man shortlist for the 2017 African Footballer of the Year award in Ghana next week. A press conference will be held at the Kempiski Hotel in Accra on Monday, 18th December at 10am to reveal the names of the players who have made the final shortlist. CAF President Ahmad Ahmad and other leading members of the continent’s football governing body will attend the event along with the new sponsors of the awards ceremony, Aiteo. Eleven players were shortlisted for the…

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Black Starlets players to receive Education Bursary

VIDEO: Black Starlets arrive from Gabon

The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi has reiterated that giving money to players of the Black Starlets will not happen again. The GFA boss stressed that the Under 17 players usually misuse the money and it was prudent that the amount is used as an educational bursary for them which can help to secure their future. Nyantakyi revealed that they have started with the Black Maidens and it has yielded dividends as most of them are now in schools in Europe and America continuing their studies. “Paying…

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Black Maidens to leave for Gambia on Thursday


  The Ghana national under 17 female team, the Black Maidens will depart Accra to Gambia today (Thursday). The Maidens are scheduled to face the Lady Scorpions of Gambia in a 2018 World Cup qualifier at the Independence Stadium in Bakau on Saturday. Head Coach of the Maidens, Evans Augustine Adotey picked 18 players for Gambia trip and he is hopeful of a good results to make the return leg a mere formality. The eighteen players includes two goalkeepers, five defenders, seven midfielders and three attackers. By: Eric Adjanor

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We want to win 2018 AFCON-Tagoe


The deputy coach of the Black Queens of Ghana, Mercy QuarcooTagoe says it is their wish to host the Women AFCON and win for the first time. The former Black Queens player mentioned that they are doing everything possible to lift the trophy on home soil and also to make a claim in women football on the continent. ”As we all know we want to host and win but host and win depends on action so we will play our part as a team and the ministry and FA also…

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We are ready for Gambia-Adotey


The head coach of the Black Maidens of Ghana, Augustine Evans Adotey maintains that everything is going on for them in camp as they prepare to face Gambia next month in the FIFA women U17 qualifier. Adotey explained that all the players in camp are in shape though they will reduce the number ahead of the qualifier next month. ”We are in camp and everything is good as we prepare for the up coming qualifier. We are preparing to raise a solid team latest by next week to face the…

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Gyan eulogizes enviable World Cup record


Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan is happy having broken Roger Milla’s all-time Africa World Cup record. Gyan achieved that enviable feat three years ago when he netted against Portugal in the 2014 Mundial to take his tally in the World’s biggest soccer fiesta to six. Before then, Cameroon’s Roger Milla had been holding the record since the 1990 with five goals. Gyan took to twitter on his 32nd birthday to savor that great moment and described it as the best part in his entire career. The Ghana captain has gone on…

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We were told to step aside-Goldfields boss


The Vice President of Goldfields Ghana Limited, Alfred Baku has come out with the reasons which made his output to stop sponsoring the Black stars. Baku stated that they were forced to step aside by the Ghana football Association in other for a new entity to take over as the headline sponsor of the Black Stars. ”We sponsored the Black Stars for over five years and we spent over $15m on them. We saw the value in doing that because the first year we supported the Black stars we qualified…

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Nobody can influence me-Kwesi Appiah


Black Stars head coach James Kwesi Appiah has reiterated that he is competent and cannot be manupilated. Appiah stressed that he will not avail himself for any agent, player nor an official to influence him to invite his client to the national team. The former Black stars skipper emphasized that many people sometimes go to the players with huge promises to get them national team call ups. “Many times what people do is that they go to the players and give them promises of call ups, when they are invited…

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