AshantiGold skipper Shafiu Mumuni on verge of ES Setif move

AshantiGold captain Shafiu Mumuni is on the verge of completing a transfer to Algerian side ES Setif, according to local media reports. The two clubs have reportedly reached an agreement in principle and a deal is expected to be announced soon. The 24 year will travel to the North African country to finalize the transfer in the coming days. The talismanic striker was instrumental as Ashantigold SC won the NC Tournament Tier 2 competition. He also scored four times in the Miners’ 2019/2020 CAF Confederation campaign. Mumuni was crowned top scorer…

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GFA President, ExCo members to meet new national team coaches on Friday

The President of the Ghana Football Association and members of the Executive Council will meet all newly appointed head coaches of the various national teams and their assistants on Friday, January 17, 2020. The meeting is to introduce the coaches to the new GFA leadership and to discuss upcoming assignments for the respective national teams. Top on the agenda will be the new direction for all national teams, targets and the expectations for coaches and their assistants. The meeting will also discuss the support required from the GFA by the…

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Alex Asante heads newly established National Teams Department

The GFA as part of the ongoing restructuring of the Secretariat has appointed Mr Alex Asante as the Acting head of the newly established National Teams Department. Mr. Asante, who is a Deputy General Secretary at the GFA will work with Ex Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah and Michael Tawiah Attoh who have been appointed as a Coordinators for all National Teams. The department is expected to facilitate training programmes, preparation for matches and competitions and other activities of all national teams. The GFA Executive Committee has decided to engage…

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Ibrahim Tanko takes over as Black Stars B head coach

The Ghana Football Association has named Ibrahim Tanko as Head Coach of the Black Stars ‘B’ national team. He will be assisted by Prince Owusu as Assistant 1 and  Godwin Attram as Assistant 2. Other members of the Technical Team are: Joseph Akeem Anyagre –         Goalkeepers Coach Prince Pamboe      –         Team Doctor Edmund Ackah     –         Welfare Officer Justice Kofi Mensah –         Equipment Officer Emmanuel Armah   –         Physical Trainer Zakari Abdulai                 –         Masseur Tijani Mumuni                –         Equipment Officer. The GFA has…

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GFA Veep Mark Addo chairs newly constituted National Team’s Review Committee

The Ghana Football Association has appointed a five-man National Team’s Review Committee chaired by vice President Mark Addo. The Committee which has been given a three-month mandate is tasked to present a paper on the structure, membership and functions of the technical teams of all national teams. The National Team’s review Committee will also advise the GFA on the possible emoluments and rewards for players and technical team members. Aside its other functions, the Committee will also make recommendations on the payments to be made to the management committees of…

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Kurt Okraku defends decision to axe all national team coaches

GFA President Kurt Okraku has explained the rationale behind the Executive Council‘s decision to dissolve the technical teams of all the national teams. The governing body in a press release on Thursday said the decision affects both male and female national teams. The high-profile casualties include Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah and his assistant Charles Kwabla (CK) Akunnor, Black Queens coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo and Black Meteors coach Ibrahim Tanko. Also without a job are Yaw Preko – Black Satellites coach, Evans Adotey – Black Maidens coach, Yusif Basigi – Black…

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GFA dissolves technical teams of all national teams

The Ghana Football Association  (GFA) has dissolved the technical  teams of all national teams with immediate effect. The decision affects both male and female national teams. The GFA extends its appreciation to all coaches and members of the respective national teams for their contributions to our national teams and Ghana football. We wish them all the best in their endeavors. Source: Ghana FA

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Hearts of Oak agree $100k deal with Al Hilal for Joseph Esso

Hearts of Oak are set to lose the service of their starman Joseph Esso after they agreed a transfer fee of $100,000 with Sudanese giants Al Hilal Omdurman. According to Fox sports, Accra Hearts of Oak have agreed a mouthwatering deal with the Sudanese giant which will see Joseph Esso join the club in January. Esso has been impressive since joining Accra Hearts of Oak from Ebusua Dwarfs. His performance for Black Stars B at the recent WAFU Championship held senegal made a lot of clubs to enquire about his…

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Kwame Kizito completes move to Falkenberg FF

Sweden Allsvenskan side Falkenberg FF have completed the signing of Ghanaian forward Kwame Kizito in the ongoing transfer window. The former Hearts of Oak player joined the Yellow and White lads on a two-year deal from BK Hacken after passing his medical examination. Kizzito joined BK Hacken on a free transfer earlier this year after terminating his contract with Libyan club Al Ittihad. He becomes the second Ghanaian to leave the club this year after Nasiru Mohammed left for Levski Sofia. He scored three goals and recorded three assists in…

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Moro Ibrahim completes move to Asante Kotoko

Asante Kotoko SC have completed the signing of former Karela United defender Ibrahim Moro on a three-year deal. The 20-year-old left back completed the deal with the Porcupines on Friday after  fruitful negotiations. The Black Stars B left joined lower tier side Thunder FC after serving his one-year loan deal at Karela United in 2017/18 season. He was signed under the recommendations of the new head coach of the club Maxwell Konadu who worked with him at the national team. He joins Maxwell Baakoh, Abdul Ganiu, Patrick Yeboah and Ampem…

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