No Nyantakyi help for Kotoko Chairman Dr. Kyei

A member of Asante Kotoko’s communication team, Edwin Okyere has debunked reports that, Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kwesi Nyantakyi has pledged to help Kotoko Chairman, Dr. Kwame Kyei to administered the club. A report, widely circulated on social media, particularly, WhatsApp on Friday indicated that, the FA President has promised to help the Kotoko leader to run the fabulous club. But speaking on Kumasi based Bohye FM, Edwin Okyere dismissed that report. “We at the Communications department haven’t had any information about Kwesi coming down to help Dr. Kwame…

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Clubs should play their own competition – Nana Butler

Former Ghana Football Association (GFA) Chairman, Nana Sam Brew-Butler, has suggested that, football clubs in the country could come together to organise their own competition in the face of the stalemate that has rocked the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League. Great Olympics are in court with the GFA in a case in which the club wants the FA to apply its rules regarding player ineligibility. The GFA and Great Olympics have failed to settle the matter out of court. They are due back in court on March 15, 2018 and Nana…

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Olympics ready for out of court settlement

A member of the legal team of Accra Great Olympics, Kofi Bentil has revealed that, Great Olympics are ready to settle their impasse with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) out of court but that will come with conditions. He said Great Olympics’ entourage that met the National Sports Authority (NSA) to discuss the issue that has stalled the start of 2017/18 Ghana Premier League, made it clear that, it was the GFA who haven’t been cooperative in resolving the matter. “We are ready for out of court settlement but it…

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League delay helping clubs fix to their teams

The Technical Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Oti Akenten believes the delay in the league no matter how unwanted is helping some clubs to streamline things ahead of their opening games. With the start of the league still unknown, clubs have resorted to playing friendly matches to keep their teams in good shape. Hearts of Oak last Sunday played as guests of Dreams FC at Dawu for example. A host of other friendly matches are coming up this weekend. This, for Oti Akenten, will see more quality performance…

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Patrick Razak will leave Hearts as free agent

Accra Hearts of Oak risk losing the services of talismanic winger, Patrick Razak on a free transfer when his contract runs out later this year. According to the manager of the player, he and his client have decided not to renew the contract with Hearts due to what he termed unfair dealings regarding the botched bid by FC Horoya to sign him. Hearts of Oak rejected a whopping $3000 a month deal from FC Horoya for the diminutive player with the excuse that, the money wasn’t enough and were looking…

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Nduom Stadium to host late evening matches

When the stalemate that has stalled the start of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League gets out of the way, fans of Elmina Sharks and football enthusiasts in the KEAA District, may have the beautiful opportunity of watching matches in the evening at the Nduom Sports Stadium. Financed by Groupe Nduom President, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, the stadium hosts Ghana Premier League side, Elmina Sharks and their female team, Sea Lions. A Facebook post on Elmina Sharks’ page, recently asked fans: “How about getting to enjoy some evening games at the…

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Hearts of Oak CEO visits GFA Secretariat

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Accra Hearts of Oak, Mark Daniel Noonan on Friday visited the Ghana Football Association (GFA) secretariat, Accra, to meet personnel there and also have first-hand experience of operations at the FA. The GFA’s Twitter handle posted that: “@HeartsOfOakGH new Managing Director Mark Noonan is visiting the @ghanafaofficial headquarters to acquaint himself with the operations of the federation and meet officials for the first time since taking the job with the Ghanaian giants…” Noonan, who was out doored this week, with new players signed by…

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Medeama suspends communication official

Medeama SC have announced the suspension of Nana Effah-Asare – a communication team member at the club over a case of “alleged domestic violence”. A statement signed by the Chief Executive Officer of the club, James Essilfie didn’t give details but said suspension is indefinite. “We would like to announce the indefinite suspension of a member of the club’s communication team, Nana Effah-Asare over alleged domestic violence” said the statement. “The club takes serious view of the widespread allegations which threatens the image of the club and has therefore been…

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Coach Basigi won’t underrate any opponent

Black Princesses coach, Yussif Basigi says his team will not underrate any side in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in France. Basigi was reacting to the draw which placed Ghana in Group A with host, France; the Netherlands and New Zealand. “You can’t under estimate any team. We have to prepare well to meet any team and play well. We’ve to psyche the girls mentally because the home crowd won’t favour them in that game. Every team is beatable but it’s too early to point out which team is…

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Fatau Dauda savours Enyimba win Benin

Enyimba SC goalie, Fatau Dauda has expressed his delight after helping his side to secure victory over Energie of Benin in the first leg of their CAF Confederation Cup. Enyimba won 2-0 Cotonou. They stand a good chance of making it to the next round of the competition. Fatau Dauda couldn’t hide his delight after keeping another clean sheet this season. “Alhamdulilaah! We thank Allah for the win away from home. It’s always difficult playing away from home. Allah has been good to me. I’m doing well for myself and the…

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