Big lifeline to Jordan Opoku’s career

Kotoko have signed Jordan Opoku on a one-year deal in bid to boost their squad ahead of the 2017/18 season. This move also gives the experienced midfielder the chance to relaunch his career. Jordan signed contract documents at the club’s secretariat this week to end speculations over his future having been part of the club’s pre-season training. This is the third time he’s joined the Porcupine club. The midfielder told the club’s website, his target is to help improve the team for the tasks ahead. “We will be playing on the local front…

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Wonderkid Douglas Owusu joins Kotoko

Enterprising youngster, Douglas Owusu Ansah, has signed his first professional contract at the club’s Secretariat at Odeneho Kwadaso in Kumasi.The teenage midfielder agreed to a four-year deal in the presence of his father and manager, Douglas Owusu Ansah Snr this week. Owusu Ansah rose through the club’s youth ranks after earning an invitation from Coach Steven Polack to join the senior side. He’s been involved in the club’s pre-season activities with performances that has elicited positive reviews from his trainers and even teammates. Asked about his motivation to commit his…

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Inkoom to finalise Al Merreikh move

Former Hasaacas and Kotoko defender, Samuel Inkoom is expected to complete his move to Sudanese giants, Al Merreikh Omdurman on Thursday morning, FootballMadeInGhana.com has gathered. Inkoom, who was banned by FIFA for a year after he was found guilty of cheating an agent in a transfer deal back in 2014, had his contract terminated by Turkish side, Antalyspor. He has also had a stint at Bulgarian side, Vereya. He had previously played in Switzerland. Inkoom was supposed to officially sign his Al Merreikh Omdurman contact on Wednesday but his agent’s written…

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Abednego Tetteh seals Hilal Obied deal

Former Bechem United striker, Abednego Tetteh on Wednesday signed a one-year contract with Sudanese club Hilal Obied, according to information gathered by FootballMadeInGhana.com. Abednego, who was initially linked to Ghanaian side, Asante Kotoko earlier this month snubbed the Porcupine Warriors for the Sudanese team. This is will be his second stint in the Sudanese League after his previous stay at Al Hilal last year. For the records, El Hilal Sports Club El Obeid or simply put, El Hilal El Obeid is a Sudanese sports club established in 1931 based in Al-Ubayyid….

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Wahab Adams signs for Kotoko

Former Aduana Stars defender, Wahab Adams has joined Asante Kotoko on a two-year-deal after his contract expired with the league champions. The player who was yesterday declared a “floating” player by the Player Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) signed for the Porcupine Warriors on Thursday morning at the club’s secretariat in Kumasi. Wahab Adams will form part of the team’s squad for their African club campaign as they look to form a formidable side to make a mark on the continent after years of total disappointment. The…

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Acquah, Quansah leaving Kotoko

Information available to FootballMadeInGhana.com indicates that Prince Acquah and Isaac Quansah will no longer continue to stay at Asante Kotoko. The former Hearts of Lions midfielders who came to Kotoko last season, under the tutelage of former Coach Michael Osei, are expressing desire to leave the club in various ways. FootballMadeInGhana.com authoritatively has that, Quansah sent a WhatsApp message to Kotoko’s Accra Representative, Thomas Boakye Agyemang, stating his willingness to leave the club. Quansah hasn’t also reported to training for days. Things are clearly leading to his intent to leave…

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Aduana Stars grab Caleb Amankwah

The Chief Executive Officer of Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has confirmed the signing of versatile West African Football Academy (WAFA) defender, Caleb Amankwah. “Yes it’s true. We have signed him, we are done with him” Albert Commey told Kessben FM. Caleb will be the third signing Aduana Stars have made after the signing of Hafiz Adams from Wa All Stars and Justice Annan from Brekum Chelsea. Caleb is expected to fill the void left by Godfred Saka.  

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Kotoko confirm first new signing

Asante Kotoko are delighted to announce the signing of defender, Emmanuel Owusu from Division One side, NEA Salamina. The hardworking centre back signed a three-year deal on Thursday after completing his medicals. Owusu becomes Coach Steven Polack’s first new signing in the transfer window ahead of the 2017/18 season. The player had been training with Kotoko since the start of their pre-season. He caught the eye of the British trainer who is making frantic efforts to prepare his team for both domestic and international competitions next season. Owusu, in his first interview…

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EXCLUSIVE: In-form Hearts striker Kizito decline lucrative offer to join Ethiopian club

In-form Hearts of Oak striker Kwame Kizito has turned down a lucrative offer to join Ethiopia Coffee Club, FootballMadeInGhana.com can exclusively reveal. The 21-year-old is being sought after by the Ethiopian club following his sterling performance at the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations by helping Ghana win the tournament on home soil. ECC had offered Kizito a sign-on fee of $30,000 with a monthly wage of $5000 excluding bonuses. The club was also offering the striker a fully furnished apartment and had also pledge to provide him with means of…

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EXCLUSIVE: Ethiopian Coffee Club make lucrative offer to lure in-form Hearts striker Kizito

Ethiopian Coffee Club have offered Ghana striker Kwame Kizito a lucrative offer to join them, FootballMadeInGhana.com can exclusively reveal. The Hearts of Oak striker was contacted during his sterling performance at the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations which Ghana hosted and won. Officials of ECC wanted the 21-year-old striker to confirm his interest in joining them before making lodging an official bid to Hearts of Oak. FootballMadeInGhana.com can confirm ECC were offering the player a sign-on fee of $30,000 and a monthly wage of $5000 excluding bonuses. The player was…

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