Hearts of coach bemoans effect of Covid-19 on his team’s momentum

Head Coach of Ghana Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak Edward Nii Odoom has bemoaned how the outbreak of the novel Corona-Virus has affected his team’s momentum. According to the Hearts of Oak coach, the outbreak of the disease came at the time his team was picking up in the season. ” The pandemic has really worried us [Hearts of Oak]. We were picking up in the premier league, we returned to the winning ways and all of a sudden there was the outbreak of the pandemic in the…

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Legon Cities to announce the signing of trio in the coming weeks

Premier League side Legon Cities are set to announce the signings of three players after wrapping up a deal to secure their signature. The trio Baba Mahama, Jonas Attuquaye and Nicholas Gyan have signed their respective contracts with the mega rich club after reaching an agreement. Baba Mahama joined the club after spending the past year without playing for any club, he has been without a club since leaving Asante Kotoko in 2018. Jonas Attuquaye on the hand joins the Accra based club from Berekum Chelsea after putting up a…

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Paa Kwesi Fabin debunks unpaid salaries report, denies seeking exit from Aduana Stars

Aduana Stars coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has swiftly denied reports of his impending exit from the club which according to reports were triggered by non payment of salaries and bonuses. Media reports earlier this week indicated that the former Asante Kotoko manager was seeking a way out due to his salaries and bonuses being unpaid. But speaking to Dormaa FM on the matter, Fabin vehemently denied the report and insisted his salaries has been paid. “I have never informed anyone that I have not been paid or am leaving Aduana…

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Asante Kotoko defender Augustine Sefa reveals how he defied his mum to play football

Asante Kotoko defender, Augustine Sefa, has revealed that his mother was not on talking terms with him after neglecting tertiary education to concentrate on football. According to the right-back, his mother wanted him to pursue a course in Mechanical Engineering at Accra Polytechnic, now Accra Technical University but he stubbornly decided to focus on a career in football. In an interview with Opemsuo FM,  the former Ashantigold defender revealed his siblings had to smuggle food from the kitchen for him to eat because his mum had refused to offer him…

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John Paintsil opens up on why he was scoring own goals at Fulham

Former Ghana defender, John Paintsil has disclosed the reason he was scoring own goals at Fulham. Paintsil unfortunately scored four own goals during his stint with the London based club. He joined the club on July 2008 under the auspices of Roy Hodgson. But according to him, he lost his self-belief when Roy Hodgson who brought him to the club was sacked for Mark Hughes in 2010. “When I joined Fulham in 2008 I was supposed to seal a four-year permanent deal with them but unfortunately for me, Roy Hodgson…

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Lack of football has affected me financially – Eric Donkor

AshantiGold SC defender Eric Donkor has revealed that the suspension of the league following the outbreak of the corona-virus pandemic has affected him financially. The Ghana Premier League has been on Suspension since March as part  government measures to curb the spread of the corona-virus in Ghana. With almost three months without football, Donkor has been engaging Kumasi based OTEC FM on how he’s been financially affected by the halting of football, and training individually. “The break has affected me financially, although I’m being paid, I would have gotten some…

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Ex-Ghana midfielder Bashiru Gambo reveals why he quit the Black Stars

Former Ghana international Bashiru Gambo has revealed he quit playing for the Black Stars due to lack of transparency on the part of the FA. Gambo, who featured for the national team between 2000 and 2003 says he personally called it a quit with the Black Star due to the lack of transparency in nation’s football governing body. According to him, The Black Stars in 2000 participated in the inauguration of Abuja international stadium in Nigeria and this according to Gambo led to his surprise exit from the national team.…

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Sadick Adams hails Black Stars assistant coach David Duncan for playing a key role in his carrer

Former Asante Kotoko striker Sadick Adams has lavished praises on Black Stars assistant coach David Duncan for the role he played in his football career. Adams featured for Ashanti Gold SC in 2007 where he made 19 appearances and scored nine goals before moving abroad. According to Saddick Adams, Duncan played a role in promoting him into the first team and also handing him his first Premier League start against Feynoored. “Coach Duncan has played a pivotal role in my career, he was the one who gave me confidence by…

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Winful Cobbinah on target as Tirana beat Bylis 1992 FC by 3-1

Former Hearts of Oak star Winful Cobbinah was  on the score sheet for FK Tirana as they beat Bylis 1992 FC by 3-1 on Wednesday afternoon. Cobbinah broke the deadlock of the game in the 27 minutes to give his side the lead. The half look set for just a one goal lead until Idriz Batha made it two just before the half time whistle. Ardit Peposhi  reduced the deficit for the home side with his strike coming six minutes after the hour mark. Despite pushing for the equalizer, Gentian…

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WAFA midfielder Andrews Ntim will not rule out a move to Kotoko

West African Football Academy midfielder, Andrews Ntim Manu has revealed that it will be a dream come true if he gets the chance to sign for Kumasi Asante Kotoko. The defensive midfielder is one of the revelations in the Ghana Premier League this season due his consistent performance. The 19-year old has been irreplaceable in the Prosper Narteh’s side and has been putting up a good performance before the league was suspended. With a possible move on the cards, Andrews Ntim Manu has indicated that he dreams of playing for…

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