Former Satellites midfielder Kwaku Duah passes away

  Former Ghana Black Satellites midfielder Kwaku Duah has been reported dead in Kumasi. Duah who was part of the Ghana National Under 20 team which won silver at the Argentina 2001 World Youth Championship passed away on Friday Afternoon. The cause of his death is yet to be known as according to close friends, he was not sick and even watched the EPL games with them in a pub over the weekend. Duah, popularly known as “Cashbola” completed Kumasi High School in 1991 and played for Kotoko before he…

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Kwesi Appiah meets Ekuban and Quaner

  Ghana Black Stars coach, James Kwesi Appiah is likely to hand a call up to English-based duo of Caleb Ansah Ekuban and Collin Quaner as he continues his search for Asamoah Gyan’s long term replacement. Quaner who features for English Premiership side Huddersfield Town was born in Germany though he is of Ghanaian descent. He has never featured for the national teams of any of the two countries. The gangling six feet four inches attacker has played 30 games in all competitions this season providing four assists for Huddersfield….

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Ghana ready to host AWCON 2018 – Kwesi Nyantakyi

The President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi is confident that, the country is ready to host the 2018 African Women’s Cup of Nations. According to him, Ghana is experienced enough when it comes to hosting CAF organised competitions and preparations are going on according to plan. He anticipates a good competition at the end. “Ghana is ready for the 2018 AWCON hosting. This is not the first time we are going to host CAF Competition. We have hosted a lot of CAF competitions. Cape Coast and Accra…

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Akufo-Addo suspends Kwadwo Baah

  The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo has asked the Board Chairman of the National Sports Authority, Hon. Kwadwo Baah Agyemang to proceed on suspension following the ongoing investigations into the 2018 Commonwealth Games visa racketeering. Footballmadeinghana.com understand that Baah Agyemang who was outside Ghana arrived on Tuesday Afternoon and was immediately summoned by the President to his office during which he was handed his lay off letter. Baah Agyemang becomes the third person to be handed suspension in the case with the others being…

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Patrick Osei Kesse Earns Black Satellites call-up

  Unistar Academy attacker Patrick Osei Kesse has been called to the Ghana National Under 20 team ahead of next month’s qualifier, footballmadeinghamna.com can confirm The 17-year-old attacker has been on fire for the National Division One Zone One 6 goals in four appearances. Kesse is expected to offer stiff opposition to the likes of Stephen Amankona, Zuberu Sharani, Hamidu Fatawu and other strikers in the team for a starting berth. He has also won three man of the match awards this season.

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Late Black Stars player James Adjei’s family calls on GFA

The family and representatives of late Black Stars player, James Adjei on Friday afternoon visited the Ghana Football Association (GFA) secretariat in Accra to formally inform and further invite the GFA to the funeral rites of their departed son next week. The GFA, led by its President, Kwesi Nyantakyi warmly received the bereaved family and shared the FA’s sympathies with them. The funeral rites for the late footballer is expected to be held at Ashtown, Kumasi on Saturday, April 14, 2018. The late James Adjei played for Asante Kotoko and…

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Arthur eager to make mark at Black Satellites

  Dreams FC  defender Maxwell Arthur insists he is ready to go all out as he eyes a permanent place in the Ghana National Under 20 team. Arthur has been phenomenal at the Dawu-based club since being converted from his central midfield position into right back last season. The talented youngster was among the 40 players invited by coach James Cobbinah to begin camping for the impending Under 20 qualifiers and he maintains he will do well to grab a final place. “First of all I want to thank God…

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Black Queens to begin camping for Japan friendly

Coach Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo has invited 25 players to the camp of the female senior national team, Black Queens start preparation for their international friendly against Japan on 1st April, 2018. Coach Mercy Tagoe kept faith with most of her players that won the WAFU Zone ‘B’ Women’s tournament in Abidjan last month and there have been eight new additions to the team. Their camping commences on next week. Wednesday. The invited players are Lily Niber-Lawrence (Hasaacas Ladies), Ampem Darkoa’s Justice Tweneboa, Edem Atovor (LadyStrikers), Rosemary Ampem (Immigration), Nancy Coleman…

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Youth and Sports Ministry coffers was dry – Minister

The Sports Minister of the Republic of Ghana, Hon. Isaac Asiamah has revealed that there was nothing in the coffers of the Ministry when his administration took over. Asiamah stressed that the Ministry was heading towards bankruptcy as there was a huge debt they came to meet and had to pay. “I am sorry to report to you that we met a negative balance of GHc51 million, that is the debt we inherited,” Asiamah stated when he met the Press on Tuesday. “There was nothing at the Ministry of Youth…

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2018 Women’s AFCON launch on March 23

The 11th edition of the Total Women’s African Cup of Nations (AFOCN) organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and to be hosted by Ghana will officially be launched next week Friday, March 23, 2018. This was disclosed by the Chairperson for the Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the competition, Freda Prempeh, in an interview with TV3 Sports in Accra. According to her, work is currently on-going on all levels to ensure that, the country puts up a fine competition in November this year. “Everything is going on smoothly….

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