Yofi Grant urges Ghanaian clubs to put right administrative structures in place to attract investors

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC) Mr Yofi Grant has urged Ghanaian Clubs to put the right structures in place to able to attract corporate investors. The multifaceted administrator schooled the Ghanaian clubs to streamline their administrations to entice Corporate institutions. He said, “our football Adminstrators probably need to pickup the pace a bit, because like I said infrastructure is important, the micro economy is important, the infrastructure is not just the stadia, the infrastructure relates to the legal regime affecting footballers, the protection they get,…

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MTN FA Cup Round of 64 Wrap: Kotoko, Aduana, Chelsea among major casualties as Round of 32 takes shape

There were major casualties in the Round of 64 of the MTN FA Cup matches. The likes of Asante Kotoko, Aduana Stars suffered elimination in a giant killing manner at the hands of Asokwa Deportivo and Bechem United. Asante Kotoko; the defending champions, were beaten 2-1 at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium by second tier side Asokwa Deportivo. Another upset recorded came in the fixture between Unity Star and Berekum Chelsea. The Division One side edged Chelsea in a 3 goal encounter to book a ticket to the next stage.…

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MTN FA Cup : Prince Kwabena Adu’s late strike knocks Aduana Stars out of competition

Aduana Stars have been eliminated from the MTN FA Cup following a 1-2 defeat to regional rivals Bechem United. The Hunters came from behind to defeat the Ogya lads by 2-1. Aduana Stars rested some of their key players and decided to give their fringe players game time in the league. Young star Kofigo Brabby gave the home side the lead few minutes after kick off.. The home side despite creating a number of chances to increase their lead wasted a lot of opportunities. The visitors came back stronger after…

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Aduana Stars apologise for ‘irresponsible’ W.O. Tamdoh attack on Maxwell Konadu and Kotoko

Aduana Stars have apologized to Asante Kotoko head coach Maxwell Konadu for the ‘reckless comments’ made by their head coach W O Tandoh against Kotoko head coach Maxwell Konadu. Coach Tandoh in an interview with Accra based Angel FM, labelled Maxwell Konadu as a villager and a disgrace to Ghana football following what Kotoko did in their game against Aduana Stars on last Wednesday in Dormaa. But in a statement released by the club, the club condemned the comments by the coach and also rendered an unqualified apology to all…

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Richard Kissi Boateng is FMIG player of the week following impressive performance against Olympics

Berekum Chelsea’s veteran left back Richard Kissi Boateng has been named FootballMadeinGhana’s player of the Week after Match Week 11 of this season’s Ghana Premier League. Beateng scooped the award after wonderful performance against Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium. The former TP Mazembe player stole the show on the day with some great display at the Accra Sports Stadium. Kissi scored the only goal of the game with a wonderful free kick to earn his side their first win after two back to back defeat. He was eventually named…

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Aduana Stars to confirm Paa Kwesi Fabin as the head coach of the club

Aduana Stars are set to announce Paa Kwesi Fabin as the new head coach of the club, footballmadeinghana.com understand. According to our source, the coach who was on the radar of Great Olympics will be confirmed as the new coach of the defending league champions after reaching agreement with the management of the club. He will sign a two-year deal and take the head coach position of the club with W O Tandoh relegated to the position of assistant coach. Having managed clubs like Hearts of Oak, Hearts of Lions,…

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Aduana Stars coach makes bold prediction ahead of Hearts-Kotoko clash in London

Aduana Stars coach W.O Tandoh believes Hearts of Oak are odds on favorite to beat Asante Kotoko in the special Independence commemorative match to be played in UK next month. Tandoh’s comments comes after he masterminded a 1-0 win over the Porcupine Warriors in Dormaa on Sunday, a game which unravelled several controversies. Speaking in an explosive interview with Angel FM, the former Millitary Officer expressed bitter sentiments about this current Kotoko side, which he labeled as a ‘village team’. “Maxwell Konadu is a village coach who came to play…

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‘Village coach’ Maxwell Konadu is a disgrace to Ghana Football- W.O Tandoh fires

Aduana Stars coach W.O Tandoh has launched a scathing attack on Asante Kotoko Coach Maxwell Konadu following their matchday 11 clash in Dormaa on Sunday. Tandoh was left unimpressed by the antics of the away team at the Agyemang Badu Park. In a dramatic turn of events, the Porcupine Warriors decided to start the game with 10 men for what many have ascribed to superstition. Before the start of the second half, Kotoko defender Christopher Nettey decided to go into the Aduana half to allegedly throw something into their goal post…

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Black Stars B coach Ibrahim Tanko condemns Tandoh’s attack Maxwell Konadu, Asante Kotoko

Head Coach of Ghana Black Stars B Ibrahim Tanko has unequivocally condemned the verball attacks of Aduana Stars head coach W.O. Tandoh on Maxwell Konadu and Asante Kotoko, describing it as unprofessional. Tandoh, head coach of Aduana Stars, after securing a 1-0 win over Asante Kotoko at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park on Sunday described The Porcu[ine Warriors as a ‘Village Team.’ The game which took a dramatic turn saw both sides playing the first half with 10 men for reasons yet to be made public. Tandoh in interview with…

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FEATURE: Ghana football’s abusive relationship with superstition; the case of Kotoko at Aduana

Asante Kotoko is synonymous to winning. With 24 league titles, 10 F.A Cups and 1 CAF Champions Cup (now CAF Champions League) it has a good claim as the most successful football club in Ghana. Beyond the titles, Kotoko boasts of some of the greatest to have played in this country across different generations. From Wilberforce Mfum to Sarfo Gyamfi, ‘golden boy’ Abdul Razak to Opoku Nti, Kwasi Appiah to Joe Okyere. Kotoko have seen them all. Add its ties to Manhyia and their huge fan base and you have…

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