Spotted: Ransford Kudjo’s Salamina resignation letter

  The coach of Wamanafo-based Ghana National Division One side Nea Salamina, Ransford Kudjo has officially tended in his resignation letter. The budding trainer was arguably the best coach in the national division one zone one league last season as he propelled Nea Salamina to win the zone only to be denied qualification to the premiership after Eleven Wonders won their court case against Techiman City to overtake his side on points. Kudjo served an official notice to the club on Friday shortly after their win over Paga Crocodiles on…

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Mugeez savors Premier League debut

    Dreams FC midfielder Abdul Mugeez Zakaria is glad having made his Ghana Premier League debut over the weekend. Mugeez was introduced in the 68th minute for Emmanuel Hayford as Dreams FC were held to a goalless draw by Karela FC at the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu. The youngster played only one match last season for the zone three winners due to a serious knee injury and he is excited to be back in the team. “It was a dream come true to have such opportunity. I am very…

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Belgian FA suspend Divine Naah

  The Royal Belgian Football Union’s Litigation Committee (URBSFA) have imposed a two-match ban on former Ghana under 20 midfielder Divine Naah. Naah who is on loan at Tubize from Manchester City cynically brought down Ighodaro Osaguona of Westerlo after the referee failed to whistle for an initial foul on him in their game over the weekend. He was sent off in the encounter and after the FA Litigation Committee sat on the case, they have banned him for two games whilst he is also to pay a fine of…

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Tetteh is better than Wilfried Bony-Coach Hasek

  Bohemians 1905 manager Martin Hasek has reiterated that Ghana youth international Benjamin Tetteh is better than Ivorian international Wilfried Bony at his age. Hasek coached the Swansea striker at Sparta Praque from 2007 to 2011 and comparing him to Tetteh, Hasek emphasized that the Ghanaian is better than Bony when he was 20. “Tetteh is better than Bony Wilfried was at his age,” Hašek told isport “He scored a beautiful goal against Plzen, I cannot say it’s like that every time. On the other hand, it is no coincidence…

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Amanteak gets Satellites call up

The Black Satellites technical team have handed a call up to midfielder Clement Amanteak ahead of the impending Under 20 qualifiers. The budding talent who last season featured for Greater Accra third-tier Final Whistle FC has been training with Latvian side FC Riga since January and his exploits has already earned him great reviews in the country’s media. Black Satellites coach James Cobbinah who is monitoring his exploits in Europe is convinced with his output and has handed him a call up as he seeks to parade a winsome squad…

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