Aduana glad Tahadi game is in Egypt

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has shared his club’s joy over CAF’s announcement that, their Champions League away game with Libyan side, Tahadi FC will be played in Egypt next month. According to Commey, the club officially wrote to the African football controlling body, requesting that, the game is moved to Egypt in view of the political situation in Libya. ”We wrote to the FA for us to know the venue. If now CAF has confirmed the match will take place at Alexandra, Egypt to be…

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Commotion in Ebusua Dwarfs changing room

An uproarious move staged by players of Ebusua Dwarfs in their changing room at half time on Thursday in their G-8 game against Karela United nearly threatened to abruptly end the match. Ebusua Dwarfs were hammered 4-0 by the newly promoted Ghana Premier League side. They conceded all the goals in the first half of the game. Back in their changing room after the first 45 minutes, the players burst into accusations and counter-accusations with most of them removing their boots. They vowed not to return to the pitch for…

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Kotoko drag Oduro Sarfo to Ethics Committee

The Ghana Football Association (GFA)’s Ethics Committee has invited Berekum Chelsea official, Oduro Sarfo to appear at its next sitting on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at the GFA Secretariat, Accra. This is as a result of a complaint filed by Asante Kotoko in which they allege that Oduro Sarfo made comments on various media platforms, seeking to damage the reputation of the club. According to a letter received from Asante Kotoko, Oduro Sarfo alleged on various radio stations that Asante Kotoko was involved in alleged match fixing in their match…

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FIFA petitioned over Isaac Addo’s appointment

Kumasi-based football administrator, Jonathan Abbey Pobee has written to FIFA to force the revocation of the substantive appointment of Ghana Football Association (GFA)’s General Secretary, Isaac Addo. Addo, who has been acting in that position since the retirement of Emmanuel Gyimah back in 2015 was confirmed by the GFA’s Executive Committee late last month. But Jonathan Abbey Pobee, who is the Chairman of Neoplan Stars, is challenging the appointment, insisting that, the former GFA Deputy General Secretary is unfit for the post having served a FIFA ban. “I have written…

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Karela United wallop Dwarfs

The Cape Coast Municipality was on Thursday thrown into a state of silence, the type akin to what’s witnessed at the cemetery, when newly promoted Ghana Premier League side, Karela United outplayed and walloped Ebusua Dwarfs 4-0 in their second G-8 game at the Cape Coast Stadium. Head Coach of Dwarfs, Bashir Hayford made five changes to his squad that lost 5-6 to Medeama on Sunday while Coach Johnson Smith of Karela United made four changes to his team which Hearts of Oak beat 1-0 on Saturday. Dwarfs were forced…

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FA calendar will be implemented – Sannie

The Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Ibrahim Sannie Daara, has assured Ghanaians that, the FA will implement the football calendar which has been approved by the Executive Committee of the FA for the next three seasons. Sannie told FootballMadeInGhana.com after the release of the calendar that, measures have been put in place to help develop the game. ”Yes, we’ve put in place modalities to ran good programmes for the clubs before the season starts. We will be doing different courses at Prampram for the clubs to help them grow….

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Hearts, Thomas Abbey to agree on one-year deal

FootballMadeInGhana.com can exclusively reveal that, the Management of Hearts of Oak and midfielder, Thomas Abbey are close to agreeing on a one-year deal which will settle doubts over whether or not the player will be with the Phobians next season. Thomas Abbey resumed pre-season training with Hearts of Oak on Monday. He’s in good condition to join the team for their Cape Coast trip to play Medeama in their second G-8 game. Thomas Abbey, whose contract ended with Hearts at the end of the 2016/17 season, was initially on the…

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Appeals Committee throws out Referee Prince Amoah

The Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association has dismissed Referee Prince Amoah’s appeal against the decision of the Match Review Committee on his indefinite suspension over his poor performance in the Ghana Premier League match, between Hearts of Oak and Aduana Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium last year. The controversial referee ran to the Appeals Committee of the FA seeking a reversal of the Match Review Committee’s ruling on him. However, the Appeals Committee in its ruling published on the GFA’s website, said, the Match Review Committee were right…

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GFA releases calendar for next three seasons

The Ghana Football Association’s Executive Committee has approved a calendar for all competitions in Ghana football for the next three seasons. The calendar includes the upcoming CAF Inter-Club matches, the Ghana Premier League, the MTN FA Cup, Division One League and GHALCA competitions. Upcoming international matches for respective national teams also have their place in the calendar. However, with CAF restructuring its Inter-clubs’ competitions, the calendar may be updated to accommodate such changes. The domestic women’s league and respective regional FA competitions will also be included in the calendar later….

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Godfred Saka hails Karela United owner

Experienced right back, Godfred Saka has praised owner of newly promoted Ghana Premier League side, Karela United. In the words of Saka, who recently signed a year-long contract with Karela United, David Cobbina Brigidi, is the best club owner he has come across in his career as a footballer. The former Aduana Stars skipper recently completed his move to Karela United. He has since lauded the managerial skills of the Karela United boss. Godfred Saka was speaking in an interview with West Gold Radio’s Kuntu Blankson. Asked how he sees…

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