Dauda Mohammed disappointed in Asante Kotoko for sacking C K Akonnor

Former Asante Kotoko attacker Dauda Mohammed has revealed he was a little disappointed after hearing the sacking of C K Akonnor from the club. According to the Ejsberg attacker, the club should have maintained the coach for at least another season looking at what he achieved during his short stint at the club. “Yes I was a little bit disappointed, because I was watching their CAF Confederations Cup last season, I really like the way they were playing. “Because few years ago, Kotoko can not keep the ball for a…

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Enock Atta Agyei on cloud nine after registering an assist in Horoya’s 3-0 win over Al Nasr

Horoya FC midfielder Enock Atta Agyei has expressed his delight after registering a assist in his side 3-0 win over Al Nasr in the CAF Confederations Cup. The former Medeama attacker was introduced in the game in 70th minute for Djibo Wonkoye as his side went in search for the second goal. Enock’s introduction caused a lot of problems to the Libyan defence and he was finally brought down in the penalty box which was converted nicely by the veteran Burkinabe striker Aristide Bance. Horoya went on to win the…

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Free-scoring striker John Antwi on target as Pyramids FC run riot of FC Nouadhibou in CAF Confederation Cup

Ghanaian foward John Antwi was on the score sheet as Pyramids FC walloped Mauritanian outfit FC Nouadhibou 6-0 in their second group game of the CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday evening. The former Dreams FC attacker scored his side’s third goal of the game in the 52nd minute as they run riot on the day. Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Farouk got a brace on the day, while Burkinabe midfielder Eric Traore and a Ivorian defender Wilfried Kanon were all on target to make sure it was a memorable night for the…

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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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CAF CC: Mutawakilu Seidu to come face to face with John Antwi in Enugu-Pyramids clash

It will be an all-Ghana affair on Sunday afternoon as Nigerian side Enugu Rangers welcome Egyptian side Pyramids FC in the first group game of the CAF Confederation Cup competition. The Ghanaian interest will certainly pop up as Pyramids FC are led by deadly striker John Antwi while Enugu Rangers have former Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak goalie Mutawakilu Seidu as their safe pair of hands. Nana Bonsu will also be on the bench as the second choice goalie for the home side. Antwi has been on fire since…

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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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C.K Akonnor offers his thoughts on Kotoko’s CAF CC exit

Former Asante Kotoko coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor has bemoaned the club’s current form following their elimination from CAF Confederations Cup on Sunday. The Porcupine Warriors hopes of making it into the group stage of the competition was dashed after a 2-0 defeat to San Pedro in the play-off round second leg fixture in Abidjan. With the first leg in Kumasi ending in a narrow 1-0 victory for Kotoko, San Pedro advanced to the money zone on a 2-1 aggregate score. In a reply to a question about the club’s current form…

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I never bailed any journalist in Ivory Coast – Dr. Kwame Kyei

Executive Chairman of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Dr Kwame Kyei has swiftly denied reports that he bailed some Ghanaian journalist in Ivory Coast. Asante Kotoko last Sunday played against San Pedro of Abidjan in the CAF Confederations Cup and suffered a 2-0 defeat despite winning the first leg by 1-0 at home. After the game, reports went rife in the media that some Ghanaian journalist were arrested for smoking marijuana by police in Ivory Coast only for the Executive Chairman to bail them from the hands of the police. But speaking…

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