Vision FC duo back to mother club

  Vision FC manager Vladislav Viric has included the attacking duo of Gideon Ofori Offei and Alex Yamoah to his squad for the coming season, footballmadeinghana.com understands. The clinical pair who played a huge role as the Amrahia-based club finished third in the Ghana National Division One Zone Three League last season were transferred to Greek Superleague side Veria last summer but have returned to the fold of Vision following the Greek FA  declaration of Veria as bankrupt. Offei netted 17 goals last season and will play a huge role…

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Sapong signs new contract at Philadelphia Union

American Major League Soccer side Philadelphia Union have extended the contract of Ghana striker Charles Sapong. The deal of the striker will have elapsed at the end of this current season but it has been extended up to December 2019 with an option for a further one year. Sapong, 29, has been key for the Talern Energy Stadium outfit netting 34 goals and providing 12 assists in 100 games since his move from Kansas City in 2014. Union boss Ernie Stewart was pleased with the deal as he believes the…

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Youth and Sports Ministry coffers was dry – Minister

The Sports Minister of the Republic of Ghana, Hon. Isaac Asiamah has revealed that there was nothing in the coffers of the Ministry when his administration took over. Asiamah stressed that the Ministry was heading towards bankruptcy as there was a huge debt they came to meet and had to pay. “I am sorry to report to you that we met a negative balance of GHc51 million, that is the debt we inherited,” Asiamah stated when he met the Press on Tuesday. “There was nothing at the Ministry of Youth…

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Accam vows to donate to Mata’s charity 

The Ghanaian international promised to offer a fraction of his salary to Common Goal, a charity foundation set up by Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata for the needy. Accam made the initial vow in November last year but spoke to the Philadelphia Union Media staff about it on over the weekend for a video. “As a kid I didn’t really have the chances or opportunities and I’m in a good position now to help people,” Accam indicated in the video. “Common Goal offered an opportunity for players that have the…

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Jersey numbers of Hearts players announced

Accra Hearts of Oak have released jersey numbers of their players for the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League and other competitions for the upcoming season. That means the named players are officially registered for the delayed 2017/18 season. They are: Goalkeepers – Richard Baidoo, 16; Theophilus Jackson, 28; Benjamin Mensah, 1 and Sylvanus Gbeti, 22. The rest are: Defenders – Abdul Fatawu Mohammed, 2; Joshua Otoo, 20; Benjamin Agyare, 3; Evans Quao, 24; Inusah Musah, 25; Richard Akrofi, 15; Christopher Bonney, 21; Radji Okemba, 12; Robert Sowah Addo, 29. The others…

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Joseph Esso happy with Hearts’ new home

Accra Hearts of Oak’s new signing, Joseph Esso has lauded the Management of the club for their decision to settle on the Cape Coast Stadium for their matches in the yet to start 2017/18 Ghana Premier League. The former Ebusua Dwarfs attacking midfielder told journalists in Cape Coast that, he was extremely happy about the choice of his new club explaining that his familiarity with Hearts’ new venue will aid his performance for the Phobians. “Choosing here as our home grounds will help me as an individual. I have played and know…

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Oduro Nyarko fears clubs may lose sponsorships

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Wa All Stars, Oduro Nyarko has fears that, the long delay to the start of 2017/18 Ghana Premier League might affect their relationship with some corporate bodies. Oduro Nyarko believes that, the delay is causing quantified problems arguing that, settling for a Novelty League instead of the normal league competition will be helpful. “The happenings in our league now is very pathetic. It has really affected our planning. We have gotten sponsorship and now the league is on halt. I’m even scared they might…

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2018 Women’s AFCON launch on March 23

The 11th edition of the Total Women’s African Cup of Nations (AFOCN) organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and to be hosted by Ghana will officially be launched next week Friday, March 23, 2018. This was disclosed by the Chairperson for the Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the competition, Freda Prempeh, in an interview with TV3 Sports in Accra. According to her, work is currently on-going on all levels to ensure that, the country puts up a fine competition in November this year. “Everything is going on smoothly….

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Frank Nuttall chases Hearts of Oak for US$12,000

Lawyers of sacked Accra Hearts of Oak coach, Frank Nuttall have written to managers of the club, asking for the payment of US$12,000 that they say relates to unpaid salary, bonuses and prize money. Hearts of Oak, according to the Graphic Sports, are ready to clear their indebtedness to the coach but a reconciliation of figures needs to be done to be certify that, they indeed owe Frank Nuttall up to US$12,000. “There are some in dispute so once the Management haven not agreed to all that, we can’t confirm…

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