GHALCA rejects NC release on eligibility, implore them to go by Congress decision

The Ghana League Clubs Association – GHALCA – has rejected the decision of the Ghana FA Normalization Committee to expunge some clauses from the Eligibility Criteria set for the association’s election and has implored them to respect the decision of Congress. The Normalization Committee on Wednesday announced that the Eligibility Criteria for the upcoming election of the Ghana Football Association has been altered with Clause 2 and 3 of the Eligibility Criteria expunged. “The Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Football Association, has, in compliance with Article 30 of the new…

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Baby Jet U16 tourney: Ofori Academy Foundation beat Cheetah FC 3-2 to win the 2nd Edition of the tournament

The much anticipated tournament came to an end after seven days of exciting and facinating moment of soccer action which saw youth team across West African competing against each other. At the the end of the the tournament, Ofori Academy Foundation have been crowned champions after beating Cheetah fc by 3-2 in the final. Ofori Academy Foundation took the lead on 25th Minute through Ofori Williams, It was a through pass and he placed the ball at the left of Cheetah Fc goalkeeper. On the 67th Minutes, Sulemana Rahim levelled…

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GFA Elections: Randy Abbey picks nomination form

Former Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association, Randy Abbey has picked his nomination form to contest in the upcoming 2019 GFA election. The experienced administrator is vying for a slot on the Executive Council. The Bankroller of Heart of Lions becomes the third football administrator to disclose his candidacy after AshantiGold Chief Executive Officer Mr. Frederick Acheampong and Kotoko Chief Executive Officer (CEO), George Amoako. The contest for a slot on the Executive Council, hitherto the Executive Committee, will be given a stiff race following the reduction of the…

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2019 GFA Elections: George Afriyie picks form

Former Vice President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), George Afriyie has picked up nomination form to contest for the 2019 Ghana FA presidential elections. The bankroller of Okyeman Planners took his forms at the premises of the GFA on Monday after going through the necessary formalities. The vetting of qualified candidates will take place from September 26 to October 1 with the election slated for October 27, 2019. Ahead of the elections next month, George Afriyie faces competition from Kurt Okraku, Osei Kwaku Palmer, Fred Pappoe, Kudjoe Fianoo, Nana Yaw…

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Sekondi Eleven Wise set to unveil STRIKE partnership

Third division outfit Sekondi Eleven Wise is set to join a long-list of Ghanaian clubs in partnership with Portuguese sportswear manufacturing company, STRIKE. FootballMadeInGhana understands that the Sekondi-based club are close to inking a deal that will see them rock the Strike brand for the upcoming season. As an emerging global brand, STRIKE, is kitting professional football clubs and national teams in Africa, Asia and the Pacific regions. Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko and Accra Great Olympics are currently on the books of the kit manufacturing firm.

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#GFAElections2019: Presidential and RFA aspirants need endorsement from 5 members to contest

The Normalization Committee have declared that Presidential and RFA aspirants will need endorsement from 5 members to contest the upcoming elections. This is in accordance with the new GFA Statutes and Regulations set out for the 2019 GFA Elections. Per a statement on the GFA’s website, the Congress to elect the President as well as the swearing in ceremony will be held on Friday, October, 25. While opening of nomination is scheduled for Monday, September 16 to Friday, September 20, vetting of qualified candidates will take place from September 26…

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#GFAElection2019: Regional FA Elections Slated For October 18

The elections for the Regional Football Association Chairperson is set for 18th October 2019, seven day before the Presidential elections, the Normalization Committee of the Ghana FA has confirmed. In a release on the Ghana FA official website, the RFA chairmanship elections shall be conducted a week before the Electrive Congress of the FA where the new FA President shall be elected. In the document highlighting the road map for the election, October 18 has been confirmed as the date to elect new regional FA chairmen across the 16 regional…

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#GFAElections2019: Normalization Committee discriminating against male aspirants

With a little over a month to the elections of Executive Council Members and a new President for the Ghana Football Association, the Normalization Committee are showing signs of favouratism and nepotism towards female aspirants. Following the announcement of the road map for the elections slated for 24th and 25th of October, the NC has tilted towards female aspirants, charging them skimpy nomination fees while their male counterparts pay 5 times what the females are to pay. In a release by the Ghana FA Normalization Committee outlining the guidelines for…

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BREAKING NEWS: Normalization Committee announces road map for GFA elections

The Normalization Committee of the Ghana Football Association has rolled out the road map for the long-awaited GFA elections. The road map contains the complete outline and plan for the elections from the Regional Football Association level, the constituent bodies and all delegates who vote at Congress. “Pursuant to the 2019 Statutes of the Ghana Football Association and the approved Elections Regulations, the Normalization Committee of the Ghana Football Association wishes to announce for the attention of all stakeholders and the general public, the road map and guidelines for the…

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ESC Scouting Tournaments slated for 16th-18th September,2019

The second edition of the Epton Sports Consult (ESC) Scouting Tournament aimed at unearthing and monitoring great talents in Ghana has been slated to happen at the Tema sports stadium from 16th-18th September, 2019. The three day tournament will have 14 clubs battling each other for glory in the presence of Mr David Abrahamyan, an international scout. With each of the 14 teams playing two matches of 50 minutes each in the first two days, the final and third day will be different with select sides competing each other. The…

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