Former GFA ExCo member Kweku Eyiah backs George Afriyie for GFA Presidency

Former Executive Committee Member of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kweku Eyiah has thrown his weight of support behind George Afriyie ahead of the upcoming GFA Presidential elections. The astute lawyer also revealed that he was approached by some of the other candidates but he turned them down because of his allegiance with the former GFA Veep. The Okyeman Planners bankroller is vying for the position against five other competent opponents including Dreams FC CEO Kurt Okraku. The other aspirants are Nana Yaw Amponsah, Fred Pappoe, Lawyer George Ankoma Mensah…

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Kweku Eyiah urges disqualified Wilfred Osei Palmer to clear his name

Former Executive Committee Member of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kweku Eyiah has sympathized with Wilfred Osei Palmer over his disqualification from the GFA Presidential elections. “Palmer’ was eliminated due to breaches of Article 33(5)(c) of the Ghana General Regulations, as well as getting on the wrong side of GFA ethical committee ruling in 2017. The astute lawyer in an interview with Happy FM backed the Tema Youth FC bankroller’s to do all he can to prove his innocence. “I won’t be happy if what happened to Palmer happened to me…

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GFA Elections:”Palmer will get 15 votes; maximum, if he’s cleared to contest”- George Afriyie

George Afriyie has boldly predicted that Wilfred Osei ‘Palmer’ will lose the upcoming elections even if he manages to overturn the decision to disqualify him from the GFA Presidential race. According to the former GFA Veep, who has received massive endorsement from 12 Premier clubs and over 25 teams from Division One, Palmer will get only 15 votes maximum. “Palmer will get 15 votes; maximum, if he’s cleared to contest,” George said. The Okyeman Planners owner made the remarks in an interview with Accra based media outlet, Asempa FM sportsNite…

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George Afriyie makes bold prediction ahead of GFA Elections

President of Okyeman Planners George Afriyie is talking tough ahead of the upcoming GFA Presidential elections. The Former GFA veep will be vying for the vacant top seat on October 25 against five other contenders. Speaking in an interview on Asempa FM, the experienced football administrator predicted a landslide victory over his opponents. “The delegates won’t votes for clueless people to come and lead our football. Some aspirants will not even get 10 votes if the elections is to be held today” ”I have looked through all the other manifestos…

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Faint-hearted George Afriyie ducks out of GFA Presidential debate

George Afriyie has declined an invitation by the Normalization Committee to participate in a debate for the GFA Presidential hopefuls ahead of the upcoming elections. The Okyeman Planners Bankroller is the only aspirant out of the six vying for the vacant top seat to have turned down the opportunity to sit face to face with his opponents to engage in the battle of ideas. It remains quite unclear what George Afriyie’s strategy is, but one would have thought a candidate seeking to steer a new GFA administration would have been…

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GFA, Media partners to organize first-ever Presidential debate

The Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Football Association will, in partnership with three media organisations: Global Media Alliance, Multimedia Ghana Limited and Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, organise a live radio and television debate for five of the six Presidential Candidates of the upcoming GFA elections. The debate will be held on Monday October 21 at the Physicians and Surgeons Centre in Accra at 6:30 p.m. It will be broadcast live on GTV, Joy FM, and Happy FM, as well as all affiliate media platforms (radio, television, online, social media) of the…

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GFA Elections in limbo; hit by another court injunction

The 2019 GFA Elections has hit a snag after another court injunction was served against the association on Tuesday. Bankroller of third-division outfit Africa XI FC, Moses Dahama served the Normalisation Committee with a writ to stop all activities relating to the elections until the case against Wilfred Osei Palmer is fully heard and determined. He has also asked a Tema High Court to stop all officials from doing anything in relation to the elections until all issues are sorted out. “Palmer’ was disqualified from the presidential race due to breaches…

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Hearts of Oak duo join Black Meteors camp ahead of U-23 AFCON

Accra Hearts of Oak duo Richmond Ayi and William Denki have joined the Black Meteors team in camp ahead of the AFCON under 23 championship in Egypt. Both players took part in the Homowo Cup over the weekend against Great Olympics which ended in a stalemate. They have since joined their colleagues at the MP Plaza hotel to prepare for the next month under 23 championship in Egypt. Black Meteors began camping on Friday ahead of the tournament which begins on 8 November, 2019. Head coach Ibrahim Tanko is currently…

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Akakpo Patron emerge as possible replacement of Johnson Smith at Karela United

Former assistant coach of Asante Kotoko Raphaël Patron Akakpo is holding talks with Karela United for the vacant head coach position of the the club. Footballmadeinghana.com understand Karela United want Akapo Patron to replace Johnson Smith who left the club for Asante Kotoko few days ago. According to our source, the Club hierarchy prefer the Togolese retired Professional footballer to the rest of the coaches who have shown interest for the job. Patron left Asante Kotoko at the beginning of October after exhausting his three year contract. Fomer King Faisal…

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Emmanuel Ocran, Diawisie Taylor re-join Black Stars B squad ahead of Burkina Faso game

Maxwell Konadu has recalled Dreams FC winger Emmanuel Ocran and Karela United striker Diawisie Taylor to the local Black Stars team ahead of the second leg CHAN  encounter with Burkina Faso. The duo were dropped from the final squad for the WAFU tournament which was held in Senegal. Emmanuel Ocran and Diawisie Taylor are expected to join the team this afternoon at their training base as they prepare for Sunday’s game against Burkina Faso. Ghana will need a convincing win to qualify ahead of their West African counterpart after losing…

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