Niger protest against Nigeria dismissed, Golden Eaglets to face Ghana

Nigeria has been confirmed a finalist at the ongoing WAFU Zone B U17 Africa Cup qualifying tournament following the dismissal of a protest from Niger. Niger had lodged an official protest against one player of the Golden Eaglets following their semi final defeat on Wednesday. Niger had claimed the said player’s passport had expired and thus Nigeria should be disqualified. But the organizing committee in dismissing the protest said Nigeria has the all-clear once the player in question did not play in the match. This means Ghana will face Nigeria…

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Let’s start a new league season – Joe Agyemang advices

Head Coach of Sekondi Hasaacas, Joe Agyemang has advised that the Normalization Committee should start a new league season rather than continuing the 2017-2018 season. A four-member normalization committee was formed by FIFA, CAF and GoG to steer the affairs of football in the country till new president and other regional positions have been elected to take over the Ghana Football Association. The Local leagues ended abruptly due to the Number 12 expose by Tiger Eye PI. The head coach of Sekondi Hasaacas has said that it will not be…

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Bernard Morrison to complete Motema Pembe move next week

Former Orlando Pirates midfielder Benard Morrison is looking forward to complete his long awaited move to Congolese side DC Motema Pembe. The former Ashanti Gold midfielder was loaned out by Orlando Pirates to South African side Chippa United. But the player refused to join the club and instead went and signed for Motemea Pebe in Congo. Orlando Pirates last week warned the Congolese side the player wasn’t a free agent meaning a transfer fee would have to be paid by interested clubs. FootballmadeinGhana.com understands Motema Pembe have sorted out the…

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McDAN COMMUNITIES CHAMPIONS LEAGUE (CCL): Wonders Colts Club vow to conquer Tema on Saturday

U-15 Colts side, Wonders FC has fired a promise to lift the McDan Communities Champions League (week 2) in Tema on Saturday September 15th. In 2016 the club was originally formed in Prampram but now based in Tema. However, the players have been training on the sandy beaches of Pampram in preparation for week 2 of the exciting “Education and Recreation” soccer championship. The opening week of the McDan Communities Champions League witnessed a massive turn out of spectators in Ashaiman. Eventually Mission FC defeated Diamond Stars 1-0 to lift…

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Six players show up at Hasaacas training

Sekondi Hasaacas resumed training on Wednesday at the Takoradi Police reserve park with just six players and only four of the six players who appeared trained. The club communicated on Tuesday evening that they will resume training on Wednesday but the communication seemed not to have gone down well with the playing body as only six players showed up with four of them training. The four players who trained went through some recoveries with the head coach Joe Agyemang leading them. According to the head coach, the communication didn’t get…

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Kotoko spokesman Duku under fire for disclosing Fabin’s salary

Sarfo Duku Esq. was speaking on Kumasi-based Metro FM when he disclosed the salary of Paa Kwesi Fabin who resigned on Thursday afternoon. Duku reveals that the former Hearts of  Oak trainer is on GHC 6 000 as monthly salary but certain people have spoken against Duku’s conduct for a potential breach of confidentiality. ” He (Kwesi Fabin) was taking Ghc 6000 as monthly salary.” Duku revealed to Metro FM on Friday morning. “This is simple. If he wants to leave then per the contract he must pay Ghc 30000…

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Breaking : Kwame Kyei to meet Paa Kwesi Fabin to rescind resignation

Executive chairman of Asante Kotoko “Professor” Kwame Kyei has asked coach Paa Kwesi Fabin – who resigned on Friday – to rescind his decision. Kwame Kyei says he is shocked at the behavior of the former Ghana U17 coach. The business mogul was speaking on Fox FM who had Mr. Fabin in the studio answering some questions on his resignation. “Why did you do that Paa Kwesi. I have no issues with you and so why should you behave this way” Kwame Kyei queried Fabin on the live radio sports…

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Fabin is chasing money – Kotoko CEO Amoako claims

Asante Kotoko CEO George Amoako claims Samuel Kwesi Fabin resigned from his role because he is going for a bumper deal elsewhere. The former Hearts of Oak coach is seen, in a leaked video,  negotiating a deal over the wire with an unknown South African club official. But Amoako believes Fabin – who was taking Ghc 6 000 monthly salary at Kotoko – has a big offer on the table and hence decided to quit. “We knew he had been flirting about a move out after our friendly with Simba…

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Normalisation committee will do a good job – Duah Adonteng

Member of the FIFA normalization committee Lawyer Duah-Adonteng is assuring  Ghanaians to expect a satisfactory job from the committee. FIFA, on Friday, confirmed a four-member committee to constitute the interim body tasked to review the statutes of the GFA and conduct forensic judicial audit of the GFA accounts. “ We will have our first meeting on Monday after which we will let the faith of the workers of the GFA be made known.” Duah Adonteng said to Fox FM. “Ghanaians should trust us for a good job. One thing people…

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The real reasons why Paa Kwesi Fabin resigned from Kotoko

After resigning from the club earlier this afternoon Paa Kwasi Fabin has explained why he took the decision to leave. The former Ghana U17 coach told Sikka FM that he wasn’t happy at the club and was aware that management were going to sack him by the close of the week. “Management were going to sack me on Monday that’s why I resigned. I had less than 6 months left on my contract so I can negotiate with any club” he said. Fabin is alleged to be in negotiations with…

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