Kotoko offload seven players

 Kumasi Asante Kotoko are said to have released seven players after a close-door meeting with them on Friday. Footballmadeinghana.com understand that the Porcupine Warriors have shown Saddick Adams, Eric Donkor, Seth Opare, Yakubu Mohammed, Edwin Tuffour Frimpong, Baba Mahama and Frank Sarfo Gyamfi the exit. Reports reaching this website alleges that Sadick Adams will be sent on loan due to what the management labeled as disrespect after he failed to move to a poor accomodation they gave him which was a single room with fan and student mattress. Also, lateral…

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Kudjo ready to pull his magic at Nsuatreman FC

  Newly appointed coach of Sunyani-based Ghana National Division One Zone 1 League side Nsuatreman FC, Ransford Kudjo is eager to build on his sterling performance at Nea Salamina. The young tactician nearly qualified Nea Salamina to the Ghana Premier League last season as they finished on top of the table before Eleven Wonders won a court case against Techiman City to overtake them. Kudjo terminated his contract with Salamina less than two months ago and is ready to pull his magic at Nsuatreman FC which he officially joined on…

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Adams silent on Aduana title defence

  Aduana Stars winger Sam Adams is mute on his club’s title defence chances. The Fire club have been far from convincing this season in the domestic front as they are also playing in the CAF competition. Aduana beat Liberty Professionals by three goals to two on Thursday in an outstanding league game and Adams maintains their success lies in the hands of the Almighty. “Football is sometimes like that, what is needed is the three points and we have gotten it that is all” Adams told footballmadeinghana.com “Everything is…

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Reasons for Bekoe’s contract termination uncovered

  Experienced striker, Eric Bekoe terminated his contract with A C Leopard just two months after signing a year deal with the Kenyan side. Footballmadeinghana.com can reveal that former Asante Kotoko player Eric Bekoe terminated his contract with the Kenyan side A.C. Leopard due to lack of playing time. Since joining the club two months ago, the 2007/2008 Ghana Premier League top scorer has only started one game  and wasn’t convincing too in that game. This necessitated for both parties to part ways with each other through mutual consent. The…

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Liberty coach reveals decision to sign attackers

  Head coach of Liberty Professionals, Reginald Asante has hinted on beefing up his squad in the second window of the ongoing window. Liberty Professional lost by 3-2 against Aduana stars in their outstanding league fixture and the young gaffer insists his side need reinforcement upfront. “We have been playing very well since the start of the season. We posses and create a lot of chances but our problem is putting the ball in the net.  I think we need to beef up the squad. That is definately going to…

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Cobblah names strong XI to face Algeria

Ghana Black Satellites coach, Jimmy Cobblah has named a fearsome starting eleven to face the Junior Fenecs of Algeria in a 2019 AYC qualifier in Algiers tonight. The enterprising starting lineup is made up of four Ghana Premier League players namely WAFA duo of Prosper Ahiabu and striker Richard Danso with the others being Dreams FC right-back Maxwell Arthur as well as Wa All Stars skipper Ishaku Konda. KAS Eupen of Belgium senior team deputy goalkeeper Nurudeen Abdul Manaf was chosen ahead of Ibrahim Danlad whilst Dinamo Brest midfielder Saliw…

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I didn’t say Kotoko treated me badly-Toure.

  ASEC Mimosa striker Ahmed Toure has clarified reports in the Ghanaian media that he stated Kotoko did not treat him well. Toure emphasized that he was misquoted by the media as he never said the club treated him badly. “I didn’t say Asante Kotoko treated me badly” he told Ashh FM Sports. “I said some of the Management at that time treated me badly and not the club. I love Asante Kotoko and I’m ready to play for them if they can afford to pay what ASEC Mimosa will…

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Nana Kwame Nketia confident home ban is over.

President of Berekum Chelsea  Football Club, Nana Kwame Nketia is sure that they have served their three matches home suspension. Reports were rife in the media that Chelsea’s game against Liberty professional in Kumasi was not part of their three game ban. However, the president of the club has quashed that assertion by insisting that they have finished serving their ban “We’ve served our three home match ban already, because we went to Kumasi to play against Liberty which was supposed to be telecast live but it didn’t happen. “…

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