CAF CL: Fred Achie appointed General Cordinator for Zamalek-Primeiro de Agosto clash

GFA Executive Council member Fred Acheampong will act as the General Cordinator when Egyptian giants Zamalek play hosts to Angolan side Primeiro de Agosto in today’s CAF Champions League. The AshantiGold CEO will help in organizing the match on behalf of CAF by deciding on so many things like: Time for team coaches to leave the hotel to arrive at the stadium to give enough time for the players to warm up, how the security will be positioned and control the different access zones and if there is a medical…

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Hearts, Kotoko in BIG trouble as GFA insist on implementing strict Club Licensing Regulations

Following the strict implementation of the Club Licensing System by the Club Licensing Board for the upcoming domestic league, Premier League giants Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko are certainly facing trouble. The new board has indicated that it will not countenance certain practices in the league and have insisted the all coaches for the Premier League sides must be CAF License A trained, and that will not be compromised. The move is to ensure the Premier League clubs have the best qualified personnel to manage the technical departments of…

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Inusah Musah, Isaac Mensah travel to South Africa to face Sundowns in the CAF Champaign league

Ghanaian duo Inusah Musah and Isaac Mensah have been included in Petro de Luanda’s final 20 man squad for their CAF Champions League group C opener against Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa. The former Hearts of Oak duo and the rest of their teammates jetted off from Angola for their crunch encounter on Saturday against the Brazilians. Both players have become key figures at the club since joining them from Hearts of Oak. Isaac Mensah has been scoring a lot of goals for the club in both the domestic and…

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Asante Kotoko to part ways with Didi Alexis and two others

Asante Kotoko are set to part ways with three senior team players following the clubs failure in the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup. According to various media report, the tier One League winners are set to show the following players the exit door Alex Didi, Jordan Opoku and George Abege. Ivorian import Didi Alexis has failed to make an impact at Asante Kotoko since joining them from As Togo Port. Ugandan striker George Abege who joined the club from Kenyan side Kariobangi Sharks has since failed to convince…

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FEATURE: Normalizing Ghana football, the GOLDEN role of the Sports Ministry

Following the dramatic Anas Exposé on 7th June 2018, Ghana football capsized and there was no hope of its return in the shortest possible time as both government and the football family were at sea as to what to do to restore the game. The government of Ghana, through the Attorney General, attempted liquidating the GFA despite knowing it was a private entity but the action was vehemently opposed by the football fraternity, championed by president of Division One League side Tema Youth FC, Osei Kwaku Winfred. The confused state…

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Report: Asante Kotoko part ways with kjetil Zachariassen

Kumasi Asante Kotoko have decided to part ways with Kjetil Zachariassen after just five months at the club. This latest development comes after the club’s failure to make it into the group stages of both the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup. The former Ashanti Gold SC coach arrived in Ghana on Sunday morning after he was prevented from travelling with the team due to lack of security following their CAF Confederation Cup exit last weekend. Management of the club after meeting the coach on Monday morning have decided to…

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Winning the CAF club competition is not a daydream – Dr. Kwame Kyei insists

Executive Chairman for Kumasi Asante Kotoko Dr. Kwame Kyei has insisted winning the CAF club competition is not a daydream and the club will continue to strive in order to finally lift the competition. Asante Kotoko last Sunday played in the second leg of the CAF Confederations Cup game against Ivorian side San Pedro Fc where they were eliminated after suffering a 2-0 in Ivory Coast. The defeat was their second elimination in the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup in a month after Etoile Du Sahel eliminated them in…

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Asante Kotoko part ways with Akapo Patron

Asante Kotoko have officially parted ways with their assistant coach Akapo Patron after three years at the Club. The coach who joined the club from WAFA was given his sacking letter on Wednesday after meeting with the management of the club. The reason for his dismissal remain undisclosed. Former Karela United coach Johnson Smith has been line up to replace him. The former Berekum Arsenal coach has already agreed a two year contract with the Porcupine Warriors. Akapo Patron worked with three different coaches during his stint with Kotoko. Paa…

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#CAFCC : Asante Kotoko to know their Playoffs opponent today

Ghanaian Power House Asante Kotoko will know their opponent in the play-offs of the CAF Confederation Cup on Wednesday with the draw for the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup to be held in Cairo Capital City of Egypt. Asante Kotoko waved the CAF Champions League qualifiers after falling to Tunisian side Etoile Sportive du Sahel by 3-2 on aggregate after both legs. The first leg at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium ended 2-0 in favor of the Porcupine Warriors while Etoile thrashed Kotoko 3-0 in the return leg to…

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Kotoko PRO accuses referee of Etoile bias in CAF CL elimination

Public Relations Officer of Asante Kotoko, Kennedy Boakye Ansah was irate with the refereeing as the Porcupines were knocked out of the Champions League by Etoile du Sahel. The Tunisians overturned a 2-0 deficit from the first-leg to beat Kotok 3-0 on Sunday at home. However, Ansah has accused Egyptian referee Ibrahim Nour El-Din of favouring the hosts throughout the game and was particularly critical of the controversial penalty he awarded the North Africans for their first goal. “We were highly optimistic to eliminate Etoile Du Sahel but from the blanks…

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