Jackson Owusu detained in Kenyan hotel over unpaid bills

Gor Mahia midfielder, Jackson Owusu has been detained in Kenya over unpaid hotels bills in Buruburu. Owusu, who signed for the Kenyan club  earlier this year says he is going through a torrid time as he struggles for a three square meal. The Kenyan Football League is on suspension at the moment and it is believed his club Gor Mahia has been hit with financial crisis as the club has been unable to pay players for five months. The former Asante Kotoko midfielder stays at Jimlizer Hotel in Buruburu where…

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VIDEO: Daddy’s home – Awal Mohammed trains with little kid at home as football stays on break

With the ban on public gathering extended and many players unable to train with their team mates, several of them have developed innovative ways of keeping fit. While training to keep fit, former Asante Kotoko and Black Stars defender Awal Mohammed engaged his little 2-year old boy in a personal training at home. Awal who is in Ghana due to the closure of Ghana’s borders recently joined Ethiopian side Wolkite City from Al Ansar. Watch how Awal does it with the little boy at home:   View this post on…

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‘I want to leave a mark at Inter Allies’ – Rashid Seidu

Newly signed Inter Allies goalkeeper Rashid Seidu wants to be remembered at Inter Allies, hence determined to leave an indelible mark in the club. The goalkeeper penned a short term deal with the ‘Eleven is to one’ club after reaching agreement with them on Tuesday. Speaking to the club media after the signing his contract, Rashid Seidu stated  it’s a great honour to join the club. ” I want leave a very good mark during my stay at the club and enjoy my career with the lads and everyone at…

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Thomas Abbey apologize to Hearts of Oak fans for his comments, insists he was misqouted

Former Hearts of Oak skipper Thomas Abbey has issued an unqualified apology to Hearts of Oak fans following his comments on their MTN FA Cup loss to Asante Kotoko. Abbey in interview with Angel FM alleged Hearts of Oak management failed to pay them outstanding salaries and bonuses prior to the final which affected their performance on day losing to a 3-1 to Kumasi Asante Kotoko. After receiving several backlash from ex-team mates and club officials, Abbey has come out to apologize stating he was misquoted. “I will like to…

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Aziz Tetteh, Chibsah and Twumasi train with Gaziantep ahead of Super Lig return

Ghanaian trio Aziz Tetteh, Patrick Twumasi and Rahman Chibsah trained with Gaziantep FK on Thursday ahead of the return of the Turkish Super Lig. The Super Lig is set to return next month with all clubs shaping up for the challenge. The Ghanaian trio who joined the club last summer were in superb form for the side but for Aziz who was sidelined due to injury. The Turkish Super Lig was suspended in March this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak and is expected to return on the 11th of…

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‘You shouldn’t have play in the game’ – Sadick Adams fires Thomas Abbey

Striker Saddick Adams wants Thomas Abbey to accept that Hearts were not just good for Kotoko in the 2017 FA Cup final and not because the Phobians were hungry. The former Accra Hearts of Oak captain claims the Phobians were physically not ready for the game after suspending training before the clash due to unpaid salaries and bonuses. And Saddick thinks Abbey is just weaving for excuses for losing the 2017 MTN FA Cup final. A first-half hat-trick by Saddick Adams gave Asante Kotoko a 3-1 thrashing of Hearts to…

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Asante Kotoko players finally accept 30% salary slash

Asante Kotoko players have finally agreed to accept salary cut after protracted negotiation with the management of the club. According to various media report, management of the club have been able to convince the players to accept a pay cut due the COVID-19 pandemic. Footballmadeinghana.com understands the players of the club have accepted the 30% salary slash. The players have received their March salaries but still waiting for the club to settle their April arears, reports have it. The salary slash is expected to take effect from May till when…

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Bernard Arthur eats humble pie, apologizes Coach Odoom

Discontented Hearts of Oak striker Bernard Arthur also apologized for saying coach of the club Edward Nii Odoom has no balls. The former Liberty Professional striker in an interview with Accra-based Asempa FM, described the former Tema Youth trainer as a coward who “doesn’t have balls”. However, upon further reflection, Arthur has retracted and apologized to his former coach for using such strong words on him. Manucho as he’s also known wrote on his official facebook page: “Had some documentary and some words I used towards Accra Hearts of Oak…

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VIDEO: Wantaway Hearts striker Bernard Arthur perfects the art of goal scoring

Wantaway Hearts of Oak striker Bernard Arthur has stepped up his personal training in trying to perfect the art of goal scoring. The striker who joined as a free agent is on the verge of exiting the club after complaining of neglect by the Phobians. It’s not clear which club the former Liberty Professionals striker will be joining but he’s certainly putting himself in shape ahead of the return of football in Ghana.   View this post on Instagram   #iloveGoals😃💪 A post shared by Bernard Arthur (@bernard_arthur9) on May…

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Sports Minister’s Spokesperson Asare Brako slams ‘ungrateful’ Kwasi Appiah

The spokesperson for the Minister of Youth and Sports, Kofi Asare Brako has slammed former Black Stars coach James Kwasi Appiah for dragging the name of the Ministry and the Ghana Football Association in the mud. Appiah has gone public aboiut monies owed him in relation to salaries and bonuses while he served the final 4 months of his tenure. The Ghana FA decided to part company with him in January this year, and eventually appointed Charles Akonnor as his replacement. Kwasi Appiah is demanding from the Ghana FA full…

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