Spain is the perfect place for young Ghanaian talents- Kassim Nuhu

Ghana defender Kassim Nuhu believes Spain is the ideal starting place for every young Ghanaian talent who is looking to make a career out of football. The 24 year-old centre back started his European career in Spain with Leganes youth set up and Real Mallorca before making the move to Switzerland in 2016. He guided Young Boys FC to the Swiss Super League title before crossing carpet to TSG Hoffenheim in the German Bundesliga. During an interview with FootballMadeInGhana.com, Kassim stated that the environment in Spain and their way of approaching…

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Kassim Nuhu: Young Boys will always have a special place in my heart

TSG Hoffenheim defender Kassim Adam Nuhu says he will always cherish his time at Young Boys. The Ghanaian international enjoyed a successful two-year stint with the Swiss giants before making the move to the Bundesliga outfit last summer. He joined Young Boys from Spanish lower-division side Real Mallorca in 2016. He was a key figure for the Berne-based outfit last season as they clinched their first league trophy in 32 years. Nuhu made 32 appearances, scoring four goals in the process. “My time at Young Boys was amazing. The club had…

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Sacked Dua-Adonteng suspects foul play

Sacked memberof the Ghana FA Normalization Committee Kofi Duah-Adonteng says he suspects foul play following his removal from the committee. The former Asante Kotoko board member was axed from the committee by the world governing body on Tuesday and replaced by former Bayern Munich star Sammy Kuffuor. Duah-Adonteng is, however, bitter about his eviction and believes a key committee member is behind the decision to remove him from his $5,000 per month job. “I suspect foul play over my removal and I believe there has been a conspiracy from within…

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Hon. Kwabena Woyome explains terms of reference for Ministerial Committee on Special Competition

Ranking member for the Parliamentary Select Committee on Sports and Culture, Hon. Kwabena Woyome has explained the mandate of the Ministerial Committee appointed by the Sport Minister Hon. Isaac Asiamah to oversee the financial regulations of the Normalization Committee’ Special Competition. In an interview with Pre Vas TV in Accra, the experienced lawmaker enumerated the terms of reference for the committee, hoping they will do a good job to exhaust their mandate. Watch video below:

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CAF CC: Akonnor blames defensive errors for Kotoko’s defeat

The head coach of Asante Kotoko C.K. Akonnor has blamed defensive errors for his side’s defeat to Nkana FC in the CAF Confederation Cup. The Porcupine Warriors suffered their second defeat in the group stages in Zambia as Nkana whipped them by 3-1. Speaking to the media after the game, Akonnor blamed his defenders for committing errors at the back and also their failure to contain the opponent’s crosses in their box. ‘’We lost today’s game because my team made a lot of defensive errors that proved costly. Nkana made…

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GHALCA apologises to Parliament over leaked tape

The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) has apologised to the Parliamentary Select Committee for Sports and Culture over a leaked audio from their meeting on Wednesday. Following the meeting between GHALCA officials, Premier League representatives and Division One League officials, submissions of some of the leading officials of the clubs were leaked to the media. The leaked audios of the intelligent submissions of Dreams FC Executive Chairman Kurt Okraku and bankroller of Heart of Lions Randy Abbey became subjects of discussions on several media platforms on Thursday. In a statement…

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Oti Akenteng reveals pressure from family to quit Ghana FA technical director post

Technical Director of the Ghana Football Association Oti Akenteng has revealed endless pressure from hisbchikdren to quit his post after going under serious criticism over the poor performance of national teams. Oti who refused to be blamed for the recent poor performance of the Ghana’s junior national teams has gone under incessant attacks for the poor output of Ghana’s national teams. According to the former Ashanti Gold coach, he only advises the coaches but doesn’t enforce them to select players to play for the national team. “People are insulting me…

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Fatawu Mohammed hails Kim Grant’ competence

Hearts of Oak gaffer Kim Grant has earned the praises of his skipper Fatawu Mohammed after the side’s 3-2 win iver Liberty Professionals on Wednesday. A brace from Manaf Alhassan was increased by Kwadwo Obeng Jnr to give the Phobians a 3-0 lead after first half. But a relentless Liberty side rallied back to score two second half goals to reduce the tally. And Fatawu insists the players have improved on their fitness since the arrival of the gaffer and can now play without any signs of tiredness. “Kim is…

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Concerned Tafo Youth to stage gargantuan demonstration to block commissioning of Sahara Park

The impending commissioning of the Tafo Sahara Park could be marred before its actual launch following an attempt by some Concerned Youth of Tafo to hit the streets in protest against the quality of the facility. The facility which was established by the government of Ghana through the Ministry of Zongo and Inner Cities Development is being heavily contested by the youth who claim the quality has been compromised. According to the leader of the group, Kwadwo Dabankah, the state of the facility is still poor for the government to…

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Parliament orders condescending Normalization Committee to apologise to clubs over ‘Greedy, Selfish’ comments

Ghana’s Parliamentary Select Committee for Sports and Culture has ordered the bumptious Ghana FA Normalization Committee to swiftly apologise to Premier League clubs for describing them ‘greedy, selfish and braggadocios.’ In a meeting with the Parliamentary Select Committee on Tuesday, the Normalization Committee members, with their tails between their legs, were scolded and made to understand that their posture against the clubs has been overly unprofessional and insulting. The Parliamentary Select Committee reprimanded the committee members and ordered them to swiftly render a remorseful apology to the clubs for their…

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