Hearts of Oak wrap up signing of top Nigerian striker

Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak have sealed the capture of top Nigerian striker Ademola Kuti. The 22 year old former Lobi Stars and Al Fujairah SC attacker joins on a free transfer. Sources tell FMiG that the player has committed to a two-year contract. He becomes the second striker the club has recruited during this transfer window. Ademola Kuti has also played for  Indian clubs Punjab and Techno Aryan FC.

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Hearts Supporters Chief Herman Hesse shares Covid-19 advise

Chairman of the Hearts of Oak National Supporters Group (Chapters Committee ), Elvis Herman Hesse Jnr has joined in on the campaign against the novel CoronaVirus. The CoronaVirus pandemic has caused a massive stir worldwide. There have been 214 cases confirmed in Ghana with 5 deaths recorded. The situation has led government to put in place measures to contain the spread of the virus. There have also been advocacy campaigns, preaching about how one can practice safe hygiene and stay safe in such a period. And it is in this…

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Zesco United pour cold water on Yacouba links

Zesco United President, Richard Mulenga has poured cold water on rumors hot in the local media that the club is inches away from signing Songne Yacouba. Several media outlets reported that the former Asante Kotoko attacker was close to a deal with the Zambian outfit. However, the club’s president has denies knowledge of any negotiations between the player and the club now but revealed their previous attempts to sign him months ago. He told local radio station Ash FM that Zesco United pulled the plugs on the deal materializing after…

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Ghanaian players are struggling in Europe because they are sub-standard – Nii Odartey Lamptey

Former Ghana international Nii Odartey Lamptey has disclosed that the reason Ghanaian players struggle in Europe more recently is because they fall below the required standards to succeed. Odartey Lamptey believes players in the local league don’t take time to hone their skills and in a bid to make money they hurriedly pursue deals abroad. The Glo-Lamp Academy director believes because they lack in certain aspects of player development they barely thrive and have their contracts terminated after a short stint in the European leagues. He was speaking in an…

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Hearts of Oak Chief Fred Moore describes calls to cancel 2019-20 season as precipitous

Managing Director of Accra Hearts of Oak, Frederick Moore says calls to scrap the entirety of the 2019-20 Ghana premier league season due to the Covid-19 crisis are precipitous and unconvincing. The Ghana Football Association have frozen all football activities which is in conformity with one of government’s directive towards curbing the spread of the novel CoronaVirus. Due to unpredictable nature of the future, there have been suggestions from a section of football connoisseurs that the GFA declares the suspended season null and void to allow for a fresh start…

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Malik Jabir applies for GFA technical director job

Black Stars and Asante Kotoko legend Malik Jabir has applied for the vacant Ghana football Association Technical Directorate Role. The Ghana Football Association wants a replacement for Francis Oti Akenten, whose contract will expired  at the beginning at the beginning [March]. The former Asante Kotoko Coach confirmed to Ashh FM about his application for the vacant position at the F.A. ” I have applied for the Ghana Football Association technical director role. With my experience in football and coaching I think I am capable of doing a good job for…

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I nearly quit football – King Faisal forward Ibrahim Osman reveals

King Faisal forward Ibrahim Osman has revealed how he nearly quit football for trade due to the difficulties he passed through in the early stages of his career. On-loan from Kotoko, Osman has been in sensational form for the Insha Allah boys, scoring 8 goals in 14 goals in tgw premier league. The former Asokwa Deportivo striker has recalled how things were difficult in the his early years. “I was with Kotoko during Didi Dramani’s time and I trained with the club for two years and but they didn’t sign…

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GARFA postpones Congress indefinitely

The Greater Accra Regional Football Association (GARFA ) has postponed their Congress indefinitely. The congress which was scheduled for Tuesday will no longer come on due to the directives from the Ghana Footballers Association to suspend  all football activities amidst Coronavirus pandemic. A statement from the GARFA read, “With reference to our earlier notice to all affiliated clubs of the Greater Accra Regional Football Association (GARFA) about the 2019/20 Congress which was slated to be held on Tuesday 7th April 2020. The Executive Council of the GARFA regret to inform…

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Empem Dacosta reveals how he swerved Medeama to join Asante Kotoko

Asante Kotoko defender Empem Dacosta has revealed how he turned down Medeama SC to join the Kumasi-based club. According to Dacosta, a call from the former management of club, Mr. Edmund Ackah turned his head in favor of the Porcupine Warriors. “I had to swerve Medeama for Kotoko, I was in the office of Mr Moses Parker when Mr Edmund Ackah of Kotoko called me,” Dacosta told Kumasi FM “I quickly left for Kumasi for my medicals and eventually signed for Kotoko.” Dacosta joined Kotoko on a three-year deal from…

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CK Akonnor open to counsel from ex-Black Stars players

Black Stars Head Coach, Charles Akonnor says he is open to counsel from ex-Ghana internationals as he bids to succeed in the role. Akonnor, a former captain of the senior national football team was appointed as Akwasi Appiah’s replacement after serving briefly as his assistant. Opinions have been divided as to whether he can flourish in the role based on his little experience in the coaching field. An overplus of suggestions have also been offered to C.K. Akonnor on what to do to succeed. As a coach who listens, Akonnor…

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