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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Shaibu Salifu Zida duly elected to serve on the Executive council of the GFA

Upper East Football Association Chairman Salifu Zida has picked up the remaining slot allocated to the Regional Football Associations on the Executive Council of the Ghana FA. Salifu who was contesting for the position alongside Central Regional RFA Chairman Robert Duncan won the slot with 6 votes out of the 7 votes cast. One vote was rejected, while Brong Ahafo Region did not take part in the voting. It can be recalled the two went neck to neck in the October presidential and executive Council elections after going two separate…

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Maxwell Konadu under no illusions about the task he faces at Kotoko

Asante Kotoko Coach Maxwell Konadu is under no illusions about the task in hand to achieve their lofty ambitions in the 2019/20 season. The Black Stars B gaffer signed a two contract and has been charged to win the upcoming Ghana Premier League campaign as well as qualify the team to the CAF Champions League. Speaking in an interview with Oyerepa FM, the gaffer gave an honest assessment of the current situation with his team. “Let me be honest with myself and our fans, the team is not in the…

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BOMBSHELL: Wa All stars head coach John Painstil accuses his backroom staff of betrayal

Wa All Stars want away head coach John Paintsil has expressed his disappointment in his technical team following their refusal to back him in his trying moments. John Paintsil was forcefully driven away from the Wa All Stars training ground by one Frederick Agbenyo accompanied by a “macho” man. According to the former Fulham defender, the technical team he brought to the team to work with him as his backroom staff have turned their back on him in support of his destructors. “I don’t want to do anything that will…

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It’s too early to start the league in December – Micheal Osei

Head coach and Technical Director of Division one league side Star Madrid FC, Michael Osei has called on the Ghana Football Association to postpone that the commencement of 2019/2020 league season to the middle of January. According to the coach, it will not be good idea to start the league this month as most of the clubs have not had enough preparation. The new season is scheduled to kick on the weekend of 27-29 in the various match venues across the country. “I don’t think is a good idea to…

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2019 President Cup: Hearts of Oak-Asante Kotoko replay postponed; game moved to Kumasi

Ghana League Clubs Associations (GHALCA) have confirmed that the rescheduled President Cup game between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko has been moved to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi. The game was initially scheduled to come off at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, December 15, 2019. But the bad nature of the Accra Sports Stadium after the pitch was used for series of events has forced the management to postpone the match and moved to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on the Sunday, December 22, 2019. The…

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Presidential Meeting: Kurt Okraku holds fruitful discussions with Gianni Infantino

GFA President Kurt Okraku met FIFA President Gianni Infantino for the first time since his election as the president of the Ghana FA. The Ghana FA boss held fruitful discussions with the FIFA President on Thursday towards the emancipation of Ghana football. Kurt, who is just a little over a month in office has held important meetings with all the stakeholders in the game towards the revival and rejuvenation of the sport. The meeting which is the first between the two football gurus saw them exchange a lot of knowledge…

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Alhaji Akambi leaps to the defence of under-fire Frederick Moore

Board member of Accra Hearts of Oak  Alhaji Akambi says they are satisfied with the work of the CEO club Frederick Moore despite the fans calling for his head. According to Akambi, Frederick Moore is doing very well as the managing director of the club despite calls by the National Chapters Committee that he should leave office. Speaking on Oyerepa FM, Mr Akambi heaped kind words on Frederick Moore for all that he is doing for the club and powered him to do more. “If we are not satisfied with…

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Muftawu Adamu writes: Accra Hearts of Oak and its Old Players I greet you all

I am a Phobian but I must confess and admit my extreme delight in what our rivals Asante Kotoko have done by appointing or reuniting with Maxwell Konadu. Anybody who suggested Kotoko reappointed Maxwell Konadu is a sage, a deep thinker and has the future of the club at heart. The Porcupine Warriors have continuously shown that they have what it takes to become a bigger club than they are now but poor management and occasional bad decisions have stagnated the club. Going through the names of all LICENSE A…

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Dauda Mohammed disappointed in Asante Kotoko for sacking C K Akonnor

Former Asante Kotoko attacker Dauda Mohammed has revealed he was a little disappointed after hearing the sacking of C K Akonnor from the club. According to the Ejsberg attacker, the club should have maintained the coach for at least another season looking at what he achieved during his short stint at the club. “Yes I was a little bit disappointed, because I was watching their CAF Confederations Cup last season, I really like the way they were playing. “Because few years ago, Kotoko can not keep the ball for a…

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