I have forgiven Derick Sasraku says Elvis Opoku

Despite being punched to a pulp and losing two of his teeth in an unprovoked beating by his playmate, Derick Sasraku on Saturday morning at their training ground, Aduana Stars’ Elvis Opoku says that, they are still best. Elvis Opoku, disclosed to FootballMadeInGhana.com that in an exclusive interview that, he’s forgiven Derick Sasraku adding that, he nonetheless considers him his best friend. Elvis explained Sasraku’s senseless attack. “I don’t know what came over him. The issue was not even between the two of us. It was between Zakaria Mumuni and Stephen…

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Dan Quaye sets eyes on playing in Asia

Veteran defender, Dan Quaye has disclosed that he’s looking at deals from outside Ghana and will no longer play in the Ghana Premier League. Quaye, who has been with Great Olympics for the past four seasons said he has received offers from Kuwait, China, and Dubai. He will either travel outside next week or at the end of March. “I’m waiting on a few documents and visas to travel. I’ve received offers from Kuwait, China, and Dubai; very soon I will leave Ghana to play in one of these countries….

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League delay helping clubs fix to their teams

The Technical Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Oti Akenten believes the delay in the league no matter how unwanted is helping some clubs to streamline things ahead of their opening games. With the start of the league still unknown, clubs have resorted to playing friendly matches to keep their teams in good shape. Hearts of Oak last Sunday played as guests of Dreams FC at Dawu for example. A host of other friendly matches are coming up this weekend. This, for Oti Akenten, will see more quality performance…

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Patrick Razak will leave Hearts as free agent

Accra Hearts of Oak risk losing the services of talismanic winger, Patrick Razak on a free transfer when his contract runs out later this year. According to the manager of the player, he and his client have decided not to renew the contract with Hearts due to what he termed unfair dealings regarding the botched bid by FC Horoya to sign him. Hearts of Oak rejected a whopping $3000 a month deal from FC Horoya for the diminutive player with the excuse that, the money wasn’t enough and were looking…

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The league will start soon – George Afriyie assures

Vice President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), George Afriyie has assured football loving Ghanaians that, the FA is doing all it can to make sure the league commences soon. According to him, the FA is working tirelessly with both Great Olympics and the law courts to make sure, an amicable solution is found to the recent issue that has led to the delay in the start of the league. “I want to assure everyone that we are doing all we can to start the league soon. At the moment…

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Aduana Stars set for Setif challenge

The final hurdle to the group stage of the 2018 CAF Champions League is on today. Aduana Stars welcome ES Setif of Algeria to the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park, Dormaa Ahnekro. It will be two-straight home Africa games for the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League champions after beating Al-Tahhady of Libya 2-1 on aggregate in the first preliminary games to reach this stage. After a not so convincing performance against Al-Tahhady, Wednesday’s encounter is a litmus test for Aduana Stars. They are set to unleash their venom on the Algerians….

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No Managerial changes at Asante Kotoko

Managers of Asante Kotoko have announced that, there have been no changes in the club’s skeletal management structure as being reported by sections of the media. They say Amos Frimpong still remains the team’s captain. In a statement released on Friday morning, the club said: “Management of Asante Kotoko SC would like to dispel widespread media reports on the changes made in the club’s communications department and in the leadership of the playing body. “Contrary to the rumours, Obed Acheampong remains the Head of Communication and Amos Frimpong is still…

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Isshaku Konda takes positive vibes from league delay

Wa All Stars defender, Isshaku Konda is confident that the delay to the start of the league will rather help them solidify their team. The Ghana Football Association (GFA) postponed the start of the league indefinitely days after it launched the competition besides outdooring a new logo for the first time. The league will not kick off this weekend however.  This follows an injunction served them by Great Olympics. And for Wa All Stars’ Konda, it might be a blessing in disguise as they will continue to smoothen all rough…

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We must be flawless against ES Setif – Sasraku

Aduana Stars striker, Derick Sasraku says they need to play above themselves on next Wednesday and score more goals if they are to progress to the next stage of the CAF Champions League. The ‘Ogya’ boys who are Ghana’s representatives in the 2018 CAF Champions League will be at home to Algerian side, Entente Sportive de Sétif in the 1/16th round of the competition. Should they get a result that favors them in the two-leg affair, they will progress to the group stage otherwise known as the lucrative money zone….

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Yaw Frimpong turns down Phoenix Rising deal

Ghanaian international, Yaw Frimpong has turned down a deal to sign for USL side, Phoenix Rising FC FootballMadeInGhana.com can reveal. The former TP Mazembe player was rumored to be on his way to the USA, where he will append his signature to documents of the club, but investigations by this website show that, Yaw Frimpong has turned down the offer. According a source close to the player, the club signed a pre-contract with him weeks before the expiration of his contract with Mazembe and he was expected to be in…

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