EXCLUSIVE: Former Egypt gaffer Hector Cuper wants Ghana coaching job

Former head coach of the Pharaohs of Egypt Hector Cuper is interested in the vacant coaching job of the Black Stars, his agent has confirmed. Alejandro Camanõ confirmed in an interview with footballmadeinghana.com that his client is ready to take over the Ghana coaching job if approached. “Cuper is unoccupied now. He will be ready to coach Ghana if given the opportunity,” Camanõ told footballmadeinghana.com Cuper who qualified Egypt to their last World Cup in 2018 after they missed out since 1990 is unattached, making him perfectly available for the…

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REVEALED: Asante Kotoko agreed to pay Felix Annan $1200 before his contract extension

FootballMadeInGhana.com can reveal that Asante Kotoko agreed to pay goalkeeper Felix Annan $1200 a month before the player extended his contract for the next three years. The Porcupine Warriors, on Tuesday, announced that their skipper has extended his contract until 2023 following the expiration of his contract this month. Annan who is the heartbeat of the Porcupine Warriors and the favourite of the fans requested for a monthly salary of $1200 before extending his contract. The Reds initially decided not to grant that request but the player insisted he will…

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Exclusive: King Faisal to complete the signing of Daniel Nii Adjei

King Faisal are on the verge of completing the signing of former Asante Kotoko midfielder Daniel Nii Adjei footballmadeinghana.com can exclusively reveal. The midfielder has been without a club since parting ways with Asante Kotoko five months ago. Footballmadeinghana.com understands the midfielder is in advanced talks with King Faisal and could sign a contract with the club in the coming days. The Premier League returnees are looking to add the experience midfielder to their squad after under-performing in their first game against Dreams FC. Nii Adjei has previously featured for…

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Legon Cities grab new fan as David Accam bids goodbye to Hearts of Oak

Ghana Premier League new boys Legon Cities FC are luring a lot of fans with their latest style of branding with Ghana winger David Acca being the latest to announce his love for the side. Accam who has never hidden his love and admiration for Accra Hearts of Oak sadly denounced the Phobians shortly after news of Kim Grant’s dismissal hit the stands. The former Right To Dreams Academy starlet swiftly announced his love for the new entrants saying ‘Hearts make me bleed too much.” Less than an hour after…

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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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BREAKING NEWS: Sammy Anim Addo pulls out of GFA Vice Presidential race

Samuel Anim Addo, one of the representatives of the Division One League on the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association has pulled out of the race for the vice presidential seat of the association, footballmadeinghana.com can confirm. The young and ambitious CEO of Young Apostles pulled out of the race a few hours to the contest claiming advice from his ‘elders’ informed the decision. Anim Addo had announced his intention to contest for the position after emerging as a surprised candidate to pick a slot on the Division One…

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Olele, Appiah stay as CK Akonnor join Black Stars technical team

Following the upcoming U23 AFCON Tournament to be hosted in Egypt, former Asante Kotoko coach CK Akonnor has replaced Ibrahim Tanko on the technical team of the Black Stars, footballmadeinghana.com understands. FootballMadeInGhana.com understands that the former Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak coach was in a meeting with the technical team on Wednesday as he accepts to work with Kwasi Appiah. Goalkeepers’ trainer Ricahrd Kingson and Technical Coordinator Stephen Appiah maintained their positions on the technic al team despite rumours that they have been sacked. The move for Akonnor’s appointment…

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SHOCKING: Kwasi Appiah wants Tanko and Stephen Appiah sacked from Black Stars technical team

Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah has presented a report to the Ghana FA Normalization Committee to sack his assistant Ibrahim Tanko and technical co-ordinator Stephen Appiah, footballmadeinghana.com can exclusively reveal. The coach as part of his report following Ghana’s shameful performance at the 2019 AFCON in Egypt has asked the NC to replace his assistant and technical co-ordinator without stating reasons for the action. The NC has called on Kwasi Appiah to table a reason for the action before effecting the changes, reason why the two have not been relieved of…

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VIDEO: George Afriyie storms GFA with land guards to file nomination

The premises of the Ghana Football Association, on Friday was impregnated with dramatic display of motorbiking by land guards when Presidential aspirant George Afriyie stormed there to file his nomination. The careless motorbikers whose stormy style of driving could have seen them knock innocent journalists at the premises of the Ghana FA were horning and speeding all around preceding the arrival of George. Mr. Afriyie dropped from his black Range Rover and headed to the reception of the GFA in the guard of the biking land guards who had parked…

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Ayishatu Zakaria Writes: When the Black Queens are deserted by Sports Ministry

The senior women’s national football team of Ghana is controlled by the Ghana Football Association. They are nicknamed the Black Queens and are the first national soccer team (yes not your Black stars) to qualify for the FIFA World Cup. They were at the third edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup hosted and won by the United States in 1999. The current head coach of the team, 45 years old former player and referee was part of the first squad that represented the nation at the 1999 World Cup.…

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