SHOCKING: Hearts’ contract extension for Fatawu Mohammed written on shapeless brown paper

Football fans were shocked to the marrow after seeing the leaked contract of Hearts of Oak skipper Fatawu Mohammed written on foiled brown paper following the extension of his stay with the Phobians. The contract, which was dispicably hand-written on a paper which appeared to have been picked from the dust bin contained details of the player’s salary and signing on fee. The leaked contract which has been authenticated by the signature and stamp of the CEO of the club Frederick Moore has thrown the oldest Premier League club into…

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Karela United to hijack Ibrahim Danlad’s move to Berekum Chelsea

Premier league side Karela United are set to hijack Asante Kotoko’s Ibrahim Dandlad loan move to Berekum Chelsea. The former national U17 goalkeeper was initially set to be on his way to Berekum Chelsea but things could change in the coming days. Karela United have in the past few days contacted the Porcupine Warriors about the availability of the teenager. The Ayinase based club are in dire need of a goalkeeper after losing two of their goalkeepers  Kofi Mensah and Isaac Hagan following the expiration of their contract. The club…

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Eleven Wonders appoint Albert Commey as new CEO

Former Hearts of Oak, Medeama and Aduana Stars CEO Albert Ayitey Commey has been appointed as the New Chief Executive Officer of premier league side Eleven Wonders, footballmadeinghana.com understands. Commey who spent seven years at the Dormaa based club has reportedly ended his relationship with Aduana Stars for an undisclosed reason. The experience football administrator has now joined their regional rivals Techiman Eleven Wonders after agreeing terms with the club. Commey was today introduced to the entire playing body by the owner of the Club Nana Ameyaw Manu at the…

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Black Meteors: We apologize for the heartbreak- Michael Osei to Ghanaians

Ghana U23 assistant coach Michael Osei has apologized for the team’s failure to secure a ticket to the 2020 Olympics at the just ended U23 AFCON in Egypt. The Black Meteors blew their final chance of qualifying after losing 6-5 on penalties to South Africa in the third place playoff game. The game traveled to penalty shootouts after a pulsating 2-2 draw in regulation time. Ghana’s last appearance at the Olympics was in Athens 2004 and will have to wait until 2024 to begin the search for another slot to…

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Lumor sees RED in Mallorca-Betis clash

Left-back Lumor Agbenyenu was sent off for Mallorca in their 2-1 defeat to Real Betis. The Ghanaian international was given his marching orders for a second bookable offense in the 91st minute. Joaquin converted a 7th minute to put the visitors ahead before Nabil Fekir increased their tally to give them a two goal advantage at halftime. Lago Junior scored what turned out to be only a consolation goal for Mallorca in the 56th minute. Lumor will serve out his one-match ban when they travel to face Barcelona at the…

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Aduana coach confident his team will be ready ahead of league start

Head coach of Aduana stars W O Tandoh has stated they are still left with some few things before they can be ready for the commencement of the league. Aduana stars walloped Ivorian lower tier side Doumbe united by 4-0 in a pre season encounter in a match the coach changed the core of the team after the first half. Speaking to footballmadeinghana.com after the game, the retired military man maintained his team still lack some little things ahead of the start of the league on December 28. “We paraded…

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Israeli side Ashdod FC make formal approach for Hearts of Oak striker Joseph Esso

Israeli Ligat HaAl  side Ashdod FC have officially written to Ghana Premier League side Hearts of Oak for the service of their forward Joseph Esso. Esso has few months left with his contract and has been reluctant to renew his contract with the club despite several attempts from the club. The forward has been the key man for Kim Grant side and the Phobians would like to keep him for the 2019/2020 season. The Israelian club would like to add Esso to the three Ghanaians already at the club. Leonard…

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Former Hearts Of Oak coach Frank Nuttal interested in Asante Kotoko coaching job

Former Accra Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttal has expressed his interest in the vacant Asante Kotoko coaching job. According to reports in the local media, the Scottish trainer has been lobbying the for the job since the position become vacant a month ago. Asante Kotoko have been without a head coach since  sacking of Norwegian trainer Kjetil Zachriasson for lack of performance. Report went rife in the media since last week that the Porcupine warriors are in a hunt for a foreign coach to replace Zachriasson. Nuttal has vast…

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Dennis Tetteh secures 8th position for Slavia Mozyr in the Belarusian league

Ghanaian International Dennis Tetteh has helped his club Dynamo Moyzr  to secure 8th positions in the Belarusian top flight league. The former Berekum Chelsea striker netted twice when his side played against Isloch last week to secure the needed three points for slavia Mozyr. The 22-year-old attacker shot his team into the lead four minutes after recess with a superb strike. Dennis then completed his brace in the 72nd minute when he slotted the ball past the Isloch goalkeeper to ensure Slavia cruise to an impressive home win. Even though…

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Liberty Professionals sign one-year partnership deal with construction firm Landsar Developers

Liberty Professionals has signed a one-year partnership deal with local construction firm Landsar developers. The partnership which will cover several areas is in line with the club’s vision to attract more community based businesses to its fold. Speaking on the partnership, General Manager of Liberty Professionals, Godfred Akoto Boafo said the partnership is the fruit of proper planning and consultation. ” The president of the club Mr.Felix Ansong set a plan in motion about four years ago to restructure the club and keep it afloat. “One of the plans was…

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