Tema Youth sell Leveh to Genk for 150,000 Euros

Former Black Starlets midfielder Gabriel Leveh has signed for Belgian Pro League side Genk. Footballmadeinghana.com can reveal that the budding offensive midfielder joined the Belgian club for a fee of 150,000 Euros from Ghanaian second-tier side Tema Youth. Leveh is expected to play for the Genk Under 19 team after which he will be promoted to the senior side based on his output. He was part of the Ghana Black Starlets team which reached the knockout stage of the 2018 Under 17 World Cup in India. Genk already have Ghanaian…

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Exclusive: Tema Youth grab 2.2 Million Euros from sale of Paintsil

  Ghana National Division One side Tema Youth will get an amount of 2.2 million Euros from the sale of Joseph Paintsil to Belgian Pro League side KRC Genk. Footballmadeinghana.com can exclusively reveal that Tema Youth did not sell Paintsil outright to Ferencvárosi as it was a one-year loan deal with the Hungarian club forgetting to add a first option buy clause to the loan deal. Paintsil was arguably the best player in the Hungarian League scoring ten goals and providing seven assists in 27 games for Ferencvárosi who finished the season…

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KRC Genk confirm Paintsil’s move

Belgian Pro League side have Genk have confirmed that they have reached an agreemen for the sale of Ghana midfielder Joseph Paintsil. The budding offensive midfielder is scheduled to sign a four-year deal with The Smurfs plus another optional one-year if he passes his medical. In an official release on the KRC Genk website, the Belgian giants described Paintsil as a good acquisition who has been the best player in the Hungarian League this ended season. “Paintsil is an arrow-fast flank attacker that can also be used centrally. Joseph is…

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Ghana Football Association to be replaced by Ghana Football Federation

  The Attorney General and Ministry of Justice in conjunction with the Registrar General Department have successfully triggered the process for the dissolution of the Ghana Football Association (GFA). The process was necessitated after Ace undercover investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas brought to light in his latest documentary titled Number #12, the bribery and gross misconduct which has engulfed the Ghanaian game. The Attorney General received the powers from the Head of Government to facilitate the process for the dissolution of the FA through the Registrar General Department. The Attorney…

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Asamoah set for September return

  Ghana international Kwadwo Asamoah has scheduled his return date to the fold of the Black Stars to September. The talented wing-back has been out of the Black Stars since 2014 due to personal reasons but he is now ready to feature again and could play his first game in September after his four years self-imposed exile. “Honestly speaking I will be back to the national team, “Asamoah told Citi Sports. “Although I’ve been speaking, I will come back to the national team for a year or two, I was…

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Attorney General working with Registrar General to dissolve GFA- Crapper

  Member of the Government Legal Advisers, Herbert Crapper has revealed that, the Attorney General has received authorization by the government to instruct the Registrar General to trigger the process to oust the current Ghana Football Association. According to Herbert Crapper, both entities have even started the dissolution exercise and will soon see the GFA not becoming a registered company anymore. In as much as the populace are not happy with the activities of the Football Association, the astute Legal Luminary believes government will have to follow the law to…

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Luck has played a part in my career-Baba Rahman

  Ghana international Abdul Rahman Baba has reiterated that an amount of luck helped him to get to the apex in World Football. Baba who is on loan at Bundesliga side Schalke from Chelsea stated that aside hard work, determination and his natural talent, luck has also played a key role as his progress has been rapid. “I am the most-luckiest player in Ghana in recent times. Determination and hard work also played a part in my career and I had luck on my side as my transition has been…

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Asamoah gives update on next deal

  Ghana international Kwadwo Asamoah says he will announce his next move soon. The Ghanaian star emphasized that he is done with the Bianconerris and will join a new team as he eyes a fresh challenge. “Football rumour is something that happens all the time, as a player, teams will approach you, try to make moves but we’re still on it,” Asamoah told Citi FM “I’m not staying at Juventus because I’ve already made a statement and [said my] goodbye. “Probably, the team that I will be joining will be announced…

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Medeama break camp

  Ghana Premier League leaders Medeama SC have offered their players one-week break after the end of the first round of the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League. The Mauves and Yellow officially gave their players the needed break on Sunday and they will return in a week as they prepare for the second round of the league. “We take a one week break and resume on June 16” the club tweeted on Sunday June 10. Despite a slow start, Medeama have climbed to the top of the league log with 27…

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Coaching Hearts of Oak was not a difficult task- Henry Wellington.

  Dismissed Accra Hearts of Oak coach Henry Wellington has stated that coaching the Phobia club was not a difficult task to him but luck was the thing that was missing during his tenure with them Wellington was disposed last week as the head coach of the club following a run of poor results in the Ghana Premier league. However, he thinks he has did very well with the club and the performance of the new coach will determine if he failed or not. “Handling Accra of Oak was not…

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