Medeama part ways with defender Amos Korankye

Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC have announced the mutual termination of their contract with defender Amos Korankye. The intelligent right back joined the Mauve and Yellows in May 2016 from Sekondi Hasaacas. He swiftly became an established member of the squad until the emergence of youngster Samuel Appiah. He signed a two-year extension to his existing deal expected to end in 2020. But the two parties have reached an agreement to mutually part ways.

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Donsu, Yaro undergo Switchbacks medical

  Ghanaian pair of midfielder Kwasi Donsu and defender Ibrahim Yaro have completed successful medicals at USL side Colorado Springs Switchbacks. The two players landed at Colorado on Tuesday and had their medicals at the club’s designated hospital on Thursday. The duo are joining the Weidner Field Club on a one-year loan deal with an option to buy from Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC. Donsu has been the fulcrum of the Medeama team for the past three seasons hitting 22 goals in 39 games whilst Yaro is a promising…

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Ashia, Mpong start sessions with Darbandikhan SC

  Ghanaian duo of Richard Mpong and Kennedy Ashia have started training with Iraqi Division One League side Darbandikhan Sports Club. The pair joined the Iraqi outfit on Monday and have now started schedules with them ahead of this weekends games. The duo have been tasked to help Darbandikhan book their ticket to the Iraqi topflight after several failed attempts. Ashia previously played for Ethiopian side Sidama Bunna but was unsuccessful whilst Mpong was with Elmina Sharks in the Ghana League last season.

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Medeama to pull out of Special Competition

Premier League side Medeama SC are set to pull out of the Normalization Committee Special Competition over what they describe as ‘misplaced and bogus’ fixtures. The former FA Cup champions have duly communicated their position to the Normalization Committee, insisting immediate changes must be effected in the fixtures to still keep them in the competition. The Mauve and Yellows are overly uncomfortable with the decision of the committee to fix them in the Northern Zone of the competition, insisting they belong to the Southern Zone. The decision can, however, change…

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Ghana FA Normalization Committee release fixtures for Special Competition

The Normalization Committee for the Ghana FA has finally released the fixtures for it’s Special Competition for Premier League clubs. The competition which was expected to kick off on the 6th of this month was forced to 15th as clubs were unprepared for the exercise. The competition, involving all 16 Ghana Premier League clubs, will be played in two zones – A and B. The Premier League Zone A, is made up of clubs including Asante Kotoko, Aduana Stars, Eleven Wonders, Medeama SC, Bechem United, Berekum Chelsea, Wa All Stars…

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Medeama get Pokoo kits sponsorship

Medeama SC have secured a sponsorship deal with Scottish-based Pokoo Sports Wear. The sports kits company with branches all over UK signed a season deal which is subject to renewal with the Mauves and Yellow after the Ghanaian outfit ended their romance with Mayniak Sportswear. They will provide Medeama with jerseys and other sports kits for the impending Ghana Premier League seaon. Pokoo Sports wear are bent on striking deals with other Ghanaian clubs.

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Medeama SC deny new Kit Sponsorship deal

Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC have denied reports of singing a new kit sponsorship deal, insisting the news is FAKE.a Moments after report emerged that the Tarkwa-based club has signed a new kit sponsorship deal with ProEuro, the club vehemently denied on their officials twitter handle. “Please disregard reports that the club has signed kit sponsorship agreement with ProEuro. It is FAKE!! The club will announce in due course our new kit partners,” they announced. Mayniak are the official kit manufacturers of the Yellow and Mauves.

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Official: Camara moves to Medeama

  Ivorian midfielder Camara Nguessan has joined Medeama SC on a three-year deal. The workaholic enforcer signed for the Mauves &Yellow officially on Thursday after terminating his contract with Accra Hearts of Oak earlier this week. Camara is expected to fill the void left by Kwasi Donsu who left the club earlier this month for USL side Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC. The Ivorian import was one of the exciting prospects in the Ghana Premier League last season before it was suspended.

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Camara denies signing for Medeama

  Ivorian import Nguessan Camara says he has not signed for Medeama as being speculated in the media. The former Accra Hearts of Oak enforcer hinted that the Mauves &Yellow have approached him and talks are on going but no decision has been taken. “I have not signed for Medeama, is never true. We are talking but nothing concrete yet. Hopefully today I will give them my words finally and everyone will hear,” Nguessan told footballmadeinghana.com The tireless midfielder had his contract terminated by Accra Hearts of Oak earlier this…

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