Abubakari hails Superattan League triumph

  Ghana midfielder Mohammed Abubakari has won the Swedish second-tier league with Helsingborg IF. The experienced midfielder has been in great form this season for HIF as they made a return to the Swedish topflight. Abubakari played 29 out of the 30 league games for Helsingborg scoring three goals and providing two assists. The tireless enforcer says he is glad to be back at the first league and he will continue to do his best for HIF. “It has been a great season for me personally, I missed just one…

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Sarpong scores for Rayon in league debut

  Ghana striker Michael Sarpong was the hero of the day on Wednesday as he scored and also won a penalty for Rayon Sports in his Rwandan League debut. Sarpong was the man of the match at the Muvumba Grounds as his side put up a superb performance to grab all the three points away from home. The former Dreams FC striker was brought down in the 18-yard box after breaking through the middle and Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana made no mistake by scoring the resulting penalty. Sarpong made it 2-0 before the 25th…

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Breaking news : FIFA impose life ban on ex GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi

The FIFA Ethics committee has banned the former GFA president for life from all football related activities. FIFA has been investigating the former CAF first vice President since June 8th this year after he was seen accepting cash gifts in an undercover documentary video which is against the ethics of the global soccer governing body. See the full announcement by FIFA below:

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Kotoko thrashed Hearts of Oak 3-1 in FA Cup final on this day

On this day, 29 October last year Sadick Adams produced a magnificent performance scoring an incredible first half hat trick at the Tamale Sports stadium to help his club Asante Kotoko lift the FA Cup trophy at the expense of Hearts of Oak. The former Ghana U-17 striker netted in the 1st , 29th and 45th minutes to break the hearts of the Phobians in Tamale in one of the best Hearts versus Kotoko duels ever. Kotoko won by 3-1 in the end after many expected the on form Phobians…

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Normalisation committee finally approves Kotoko for Africa

Kumasi Asante Kotoko are back in Africa after the FIFA normalisation committee for the Ghana Football Association granted the request of the Porcupine Warriors to represent in Africa.  Kotoko competed in the same competition this season but were eliminated by Congo’s CARA Brazzaville in the preliminary round. The Kofi Amoah-led committee had previously met Ghana football club owners on October 19 at Alisa Hotel where the decision not to enter Ghanaian clubs for the 2018/19 CAF club competitions was taken. But the Ghanaian giants, represented by its General Manager George…

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Third-tier side Nkyenkyenkye FC unveil new training kits

The Dormaa based club unveiled their new training kits on Monday.  Nkyenkyenke FC,  a division two club in Dormaa, yesterday unveiled their training kits at the club’s training ground. The full kitting package which is 46 pieces was bought at a cost of 1000cedis by the Club President Honourable Evans Oppong. Nkyenkyene FC were quarter finalist of the MTN FA Cup in 2012 after eliminating Okwahu United and Sekondi Eleven Wise. The club was relegated to division two in 2013 due to financial crisis that hit the club at the…

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Kotoko write to Normalisation Committee to demand participation in Africa – reports

Asante Kotoko are reported to have written to the Normalisation Committee to demand their participation in next season’s Confederation Cup. The Porcupine Warriors insist they have the right to represent Ghana in Africa’s second tier competition since they remain champions of the FA Cup. The Normalisation Committee together with national league clubs (Premier and Division One clubs) resolved not to participate in Africa Inter-Club competitions due to the current situation facing Ghana football. Full activities of the Ghana FA only resumed on Monday since the Anas exposé on June 6….

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FA Cup winner Anthony Commey ready to coach again after 2-year rest

He won the 2012 FA Cup with New Edubiase United as head coach.  Anthony Commey hopes to return to the coaching job after he left new Edubiase United at the end of the 2016 premier league season. Edubiase were relegated at the end of the 2016 league campaign and Commey has since not coached again. The former Hearts of Oak player spent a little more than 9 years at the Bekwai-based side before ending his relationship with the club following the premier league relegation. Commey took charge of the Bekwai-based…

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Normalization Committee stuttering on comedy of errors in takeoff

Having craved for the power, or to put it politely, the opportunity to run Ghana football following the crisis that hit it with the Anas exposé, the Normalization Committee’s takeoff has been to a large extent underwhelming. The NC’s stewardship almost a month after it was appointed by FIFA could be likened to a political party that promised the heavens to the masses just to capture power and yet seem clueless as to what to do when given the nod. One very obvious thing they refuse to acknowledge, which is…

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GHALCA Reform Committee in Takoradi to finalize its work

The Reform Committee of the Ghana League Clubs Association are in the final stages of their mandate of proposing reforms for Ghana football. The group led the experienced administrator Jones Alhassan Abu arrived in Takoradi on Friday evening to finalize their work. GHALCA last month commissioned the group to propose and collate views for reforms of Ghana football. This included a holistic review of the Ghana FA Statutes, Disciplinary Code and the Code of Ethics. The group is also looking to propose governance reforms and also to review the competitions…

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