Manchester City sign talented Darko Gyabi

  Manchester City have signed budding English-born Ghanaian teenager Darko Gyabi from Millwall. According to English Tabloid the Sun, Wolves and Arsenal were also interested in signing the 14-year-old midfielder but he chose City as he is impressed with their all-round attacking game. The English champions are paying an initial £300,000 as signing on fee but it could rise up to £1 million if certain adds-on are triggered. He has already featured for the English national under 16 team.  

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Landskrona confirm Sadat Karim departure

  Relegated Swedish Superattan side Landskrona Bois have confirmed that Ghana striker Sadat Karim is on his way out of the club. The 27-year-old forward was one of the best strikers in the Swedish second-tier league last season netting 11 goals in 28 games though his club could not survive. The contract of Sadat expires next month and the club have attested that he will not be with them as they move to the Sodra League. “We have agreed with Sadat that he will not stay with us in the…

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Atsu broods over knee injury

  Ghana international Christian Atsu says the knee injury he sustained earlier this year has been a bane to his progress. Atsu had a surgery in April and missed almost all the pre-season games as the team got set for the new season. The winger’s only start of the season came two months ago in his club’s home defeat to Leicester City. He managed to get some playing time last weekend in the win against Bournemouth and hopes to build on it. “I need to give everything and work harder…

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Ablade appointed coach of Finnish side FC Jazz

  Finnish third-tier side FC Jazz have appointed former Ghana youth international Seth Ablade as their new head coach. Ablade is succeeding Olli Orvasto who left the club last month. The young Ghanaian trainer has been with FC Jazz as youth team coach since 2016 when he retired from active football. Ablade says he is ready for the task ahead after honing his coaching skills at the juvenile side. “I am really happy for this opportunity. Moreover, I am glad that I have gotten the chance to become the club’s…

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Kotoko -Medeama game record GHC 7,500 in gross gate proceeds

Asante Kotoko’s friendly game with Medeama Sporting Club on Wednesday at the Sekondi Sports Stadium recorded gate proceeds of GHC 7,500 in gross. The Porcupine Warriors were held to a 1-1 draw by Medeama as they continued their preparations for their impending CAF Confederations Cup campaign. FootballmadeinGhana.com can exclusively reveal that GHC 7,500 was the accrued money from the gate in the friendly clash. Kotoko will take 60% and Medeama will also go home with 40% after deductions. By: Francis Hema

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Akonnor explains why he took off Badu

  Kumasi Asante Kotoko head coach, CK Akonnor has revealed why he took Agyemang Badu off in the game against Medeama on Wednesday. The young center back was stretched off after clashing with Joseph Tetteh Zutah in the first half. Badu came back on the field after receiving initial treatment but had to be taken off again after which he was rushed to hospital. ” He had a knock, a guy used a hand on his eye. He came in and was feeling dizzy so we had to take him…

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Asante likely to be named as Phoenix Rising Stars skipper

  Ghana winger Solomon Asante is expected to be named as the new skipper of American second-tier side Phoenix Rising Stars following the retirement of Didier Drogba. Interim coach Rick Schantz made Asante the deputy skipper of the club after his appointment in June and the Ghanaian was in fire throughout the season netting 13 league goals and providing nine assists. With Didier Drogba finally hanging his boots after a remarkable season, Schantz who has been confirmed as the permanent boss of the club is likely to give the main…

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Agyei wins best goalkeeper in Ethiopian League

  Ghana international Daniel Agyei won the Golden Gloves award in the Ethiopian Premier League for the just ended 2017/2018 season. Agyei 29, was in good form keeping fourteen clean sheets as his side Jimma Abba Jiffar won the league title. The former Black Satellites goalkeeper has already attracted the interest of several clubs but is not yet known whether he will seek a new challenge elsewhere. He joined Jimma in October last year after spells with Liberty Professionals, Medeama, Simba FC and Free State Stars.

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Lamine joins AS Trencin

  Slovakian side AS Trencin have signed Ghanaian teenager Mohammed Lamine from Ghana National Division One side Accra Lions FC. Lamine 18, was one of the outstanding players in the first round of the Ghanaian second-tier league before the competition was suspended. The Stadion Na Sihoti outfit officially announced the signing of Lamine on their website and hoped he will excel in their fold. “Lamine is an offensive type of player, he is a good player, he does not care about the competition, we believe he will be among the…

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Baba Armando: The incomplete story of a complete genius

  As a young football obsessed child growing up in the 90’s, GTV Sports highlight was the main medium I used to get to see my favorite local Ghanaian players in action. I and my friends never missed the program as we will talk about the classy goals which were scored and at times try to imitate the goals and extraordinary skills when we get to our grassless pitches to play. In terms of spectacular goals and breath-taking skills, one name always stood tall, that was then Kumasi Asante Kotoko…

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