Quaner broods over Ghana’s World Cup miss

  Ghanaian attacker Collin Quaner says it is unfortunate that the Black Stars of Ghana could not make it to the 2018 FIFA World Cup as it was the dream of many Ghanaian football fans. The Huddersfield Town striker who is set to feature for the Black Stars after a successful meeting with coach James Kwesi Appiah last month insists that sometimes such things happen in sports and it is not every time you can reach your target. “It is very unfortunate that Ghana could not make it to the…

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Government cannot dissolve the GFA-M.N.S Doe

  The Central Region FA chairman, M.N.S Doe has revealed that government cannot dismiss the GFA as it is an autonomous body. The veteran football administrator hinted that the President does not have any power to disband the GFA following the expose by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. “If the president wants to dissolve GFA then he should go and dissolve Ghana Bar Association and CEPS first because they took goat first. No one can dissolve the FA.” Doe told Ahomka FM “Corruption is everywhere, those who sleep with people before…

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Next leader should be ready to manage and serve public interest- Tony Yeboah

  Former Black Stars striker, Anthony Wally Yeboah is calling on the people in charge of electing the GFA President to look for someone who is a management expert and ready to serve the interest of the people. The Eintracht Frankfurt legend pointed out it is not appropriate to cut out a timeline for old footballers to take over the running of football in the country though he believes anyone who is selfless is suitable for the position. “I cannot sit anywhere to say it is time for us to…

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Ghana climbs three places up in latest FIFA ranking

  Ghana has moved three places up in the latest FIFA Coca Cola World ranking. The four-time African champions move from the 50th position at the end of April to the 47th position for the month of May. Ghana amassed 20.69 points in the months of May to add to their already 603 points in previous months following their international friendly game win over Japan. Ghana now has a total of 624 points in the Coca Cola FIFA World Ranking and are also sixth on the African continent behind Tunisia,…

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Kenyan World Cup-Bound Referee Caught by Anas

  A senior Kenyan referee has been captured on camera receiving a Sh60,000 bribe in order to influence the outcome of an international football match. And as a result of this revelation contained in an expose aired by the BBC on Wednesday, Aden Range Marwa has been struck off the list of match officials for the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia. He was among the 63 assistant referees set to officiate at next month’s showpiece. The expose was produced by controversial Ghanaian journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and exposes Marwa…

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Gyan urges support for Black Stars

  Ghana Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan has called on the country to rally behind the national team as they play against Iceland in an international friendly at Reykjavic on Thursday evening. All attentions have been diverted from the senior national team following the expose of corruption in Ghana football by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas on Wednesday. Gyan says despite the fact that the nation has been turned upside down due to the revelations, all must be left for the relevant quarters to handle. In spite of the difficult…

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Alleged: Nyantakyi resigns from FIFA ExCo

  Ghana FA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi is alleged to have resigned from the FIFA Executive Committee. According to sources, the Ghana GA boss tended in his resignation letter on Wednesday after the premiering of the Anas Expose video on Corruption in Ghana Football. Nyantakyi is yet to come out with reasons for his alleged decision to part ways with the World Football governing body though many people have attributed it to the Expose. The astute football administrator and lawyer has been the head of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) since…

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Ex-Satellites skipper Ransford Banini opens up on reasons for playing in Australia

  Ghana Black Satellites skipper at the 1993 Under 20 World Cup in Australia, Ransford Banini has revealed reasons why he chose to play professional football in that country. Banini who was a pillar at the back as Ghana won silver in the Australia 93 World Youth Championship was tipped for greatness but he chose to play his professional football in Australia despite series interest from big clubs in England and Netherlands. The towering centre-back has come out after 25 years on the reasons why he decided to play in…

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Black Stars to leave for Reykjavic this evening

  The Black Stars of Ghana will leave Yokohama Japan this (Friday) evening for the  Scandinavian country of Iceland as they prepare to lock horns with Iceland on June 7. The Ghana national team defeated Japan 2-0 on Wednesday and will be hoping to beat the 2018  World Cup debutants who have caused major upsets on the globe over the past two years. Ghana are using the game to prepare for the remaining qualifying games for the 2019 AFCON whilst the Northern Europeans will use it to assess their strength…

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It was a fantastic game against Japan-Sumaila

  Ghana Black Stars defender Rashid Sumaila says it was a great game against the Blue Samurai’s of Japan in a FIFA international friendly game on Wednesday. Sumaila who was a pillar at the back for the Black Stars in the 2-0 win maintains that the game was a great exercise for both nations as they get ready for their various assignments. “It was a fantastic and good game for both sides, everyone did well but we were better than them and we won by two goals to nothing,” Sumaila…

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