Proven scorer John Antwi still confident of Ghana call up despite persistent snubs

John Antwi

Egypt-based striker John Antwi remains hopeful of playing for Ghana despite being persistently overlooked. The 24-year-old is one of the famous foreign players in the North African country having emerged top scorer in the Egyptian top flight on two occasions. Antwi is yet to receive a call up to the Black Stars despite his consistent displays at club level – much to the surprise of many. But the Al Ahly striker who is currently on loan at El-Maqasa is still confident he will get his chance with the Black Stars…

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EXCLUSIVE: Ghana defender Isaac Vorsah undergoing trials at Danish clun Horsens

Isaac Vorsah undergoing trials at AC Horsens

Ghana defender Isaac Vorsah is undergoing trials at AC Horsens in a latest bid to revive what appears to be a dead career, FootballMadeInGhana.com can exclusively reveal. The 29-year-old has not played competitive football since sustaining a career-threatening injury while playing for Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg in 2013. Vorsah has since launched several attempts to resurrect his career after regaining fitness three years ago but all have proved futile. Not even a move for farm club Liefering was able to revive Vorsah’s career which eventually ended his stay at Red…

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Dreams FC President Alifoe in Sweden to watch former club striker in Europa League action

Mohammed Alifoe with the President of Prishtina in Sweden

Dreams FC President Mohammed Jiji Alifoe has arrived in Sweden to watch the Europa League qualifying game between Norrkoping and Prishtina which features Ghanaian striker Abdul Khalid Basit. Alifoe is in the company of some football scouts to check on the progress of the former Dreams FC striker who scored 13 goals for Prishtina in the Kosovo league last term. Basit’s goals helped Prishtina finish second in the Kosovo top flight to earn a place in the qualifying stage of the Europa League. Several scouts have been alerted of the…

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I did not feign injury – AshGold goalkeeper hits back at critics for time wasting in Hearts win

George Owu called out for medical attention several times

AshantiGold goalkeeper George Owu has dismissed allegations he was feigning injury just to delay the game in the win over Hearts of Oak – explaining he had a tummy upset. The 34-year-old called for medical attention several time as the Miners piped the Phobians to pick maximum points before their home fans in Accra on Wednesday. Owu was accused of deliberately requesting medical attention just to run down the clock. But the experienced goalkeeper insists he had a genuine problem. “My stomach was paining me before the game, serious,” he…

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Ex Ghana star Laryear Kingston yearns for Hearts return as a coach

Kingston enjoyed two spells at a player for Hearts

Former Hearts of Oak great Laryea Kingston says he will be honoured to return to the club as a coach. The 36-year-old has recently been certified as a License B coach having successfully completed a course organized by the Ghana FA. Kingston remains a very popular figure amongst the Phobian fans having offered them several fond memories in both his two spells at the club. The former Ghana international has now veered into coaching even though he is yet to confirm his retirement from active football. He however admits he…

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Anderlecht turn down offers for Ghanaian defender Emmanuel Adjei Sowah

Emmanuel Adjei Sowah

Anderlecht are refusing to let Emmanuel Adjei Sowah move this summer despite offers made for the Ghanaian defender. The Belgian giants are reluctant in accepting offers from two clubs in Germany for the rising right-back. RB Leipzig are keen on signing the 19-year-old – luring him with the Champions League football and regular first team action. Sowah’s progress at Anderlecht has been stifled by the presence of fellow Ghanaian Dennis Appiah. After an explosive start to his career with the Belgian giants, the young Ghanaian struggled for regular first team…

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Dreams FC President Mohammed Alifoe in Serbia for SPOCS general meeting

Mohammed Alifoe with his international colleagues in Belgrade

Dreams FC President Mohammed Jiji Alifoe is in Serbia to be part of the annual meeting of the renowned international football agency, SPOCS. The meeting in Belgrade is meant to set the annual policy framework for the agency. It also comes ahead of the busy summer where SPOCS is expected to be heavily involved is several transfer deals. Alifoe, who is President of Dreams FC attended the meeting as Ghana’s representative of the international agency. He will be meeting up with his other SPOCS colleagues from Germany, Belgium, Poland, Israel,…

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Ghanaian goalkeeper Mutawakilu Seidu thrilled by improved form at Enugu Rangers

Mutawakilu Seidu is the first choice goalkeeper for Enugu Rangers

Goalkeeper Mutawakilu Seidu is delighted to have rediscovered his form at Enugu Rangers. The Ghanaian joined the Nigerian top fight side this year having struggled to command a first team place at Hearts of Oak. Mutawakilu has managed to keep four clean sheets in nine matches for Rangers who are now 13th in the 20-team league. The former Ghana U20 star is thrilled to be back playing well at club level after his stagnant three years at Hearts. “I am very happy to be playing regularly again as the first…

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New players will intensify competition in the Black Stars – Afriyie Acquah

Afriyie Acquah

Midfielder Afriyie Acquah says the injection of new players in the Black Stars will heighten competition in the team. As many as FIVE players were handed debut starts for the Ghana national team in their opening 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win over Ethiopia. Players such as Thomas Agyapong, Raphael Dwamena and Ebenzer Ofori were the toast of many after putting in sterling performances in the 5-0 win over Ethiopia. These players were handed callups at the expense established names such as Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, Mubarak Wakaso and Christian Atsu….

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EXCLUSIVE: Mubarak Wakaso to terminate Panathinaikos contract over unpaid salary

Mubarak Wakaso joined Panathinaikos just last year

Ghana midfielder Mubarak Wakaso has revealed he will end his contract with Panathinakos over their inability to pay his wages. The 26-year-old joined the Greek giants just last summer on a three-year deal. He however played out the final half of last season on loan at Spanish club Granada. Wakaso is to return to his mother club now that his loan agreement with Granada has ended. But the Ghana international has confirmed he will not return to the Athens-based club due to their financial problems. “Before I joined them [Panathinaikos],I…

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