Ivorian clubs pay better wages – Berekum Chelsea’s Ametepe says

Berekum Chelsea midfielder Eric Ametepe was on loan at Ivorian club AS Tanda last season and says football clubs in Ivory Coast pay better salaries to players. “One thing is there is difference in value between the CFA and the Ghana cedis. But when you look at what players are paid over there and compare it to ours I can say they are doing better.” Ametepe disclosed. The former Berekum Arsenal offensive midfielder also added that Ghana is in the same bracket as Ivory Coast in terms of soccer talents…

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Normalization Committee grant AshGold permission to play Kotoko friendly

The Normalization Committee have granted permission to the organizers of the Golden Clash between Ashantigold Sporting Club and Asante Kotoko to come off on Sunday. The second leg of the clash will be played at the Obuasi Len Clay Park after the Normalization Committee gave green light for it to come on. Ashantigold SC will be aiming at avenging their first round 3:2 defeat to Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Stadium which Sogne Yacouba struck twice for the Porcupines. The two agreed on a postponement of the second leg…

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Paa Kwesi Fabin denies taking $50,000 from unknown South African club

Former Asante Kotoko head coach, Paa Kwesi Fabin has denied taking $50,000 from a South African Club as has been alleged. Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer, George Amoako had accused Fabin of receiving  $50,000 for a job with an unknown South African club. But the former national team coach has denied this – insisting they are lies and has even suggested legal action against the Kotoko CEO. “I have not taken $50,000 from any South African club. George Amoako should concentrate on his CEO business and stop lying about me,”…

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Coach Fabin claims Kotoko is blocking his move to mystery South African club

Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has accused Asante Kotoko of blocking his move to an unnamed South African club. The former national team coach shockingly resigned from the Kumasi-based giants last week. He is however believed to have quit in order to clear the path to a move to a mystery club in South Africa. Fabin was subsequently caught in a leaked video negotiation his move to the unnamed South African club. He is now accusing his former club of putting impediments on his way in an attempt to block his…

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Arthur completes move to Swedish club Angelholm

Ghanaian midfielder Patrick Arthur has arrived in Sweden to complete his move to Angelholm FF. The 21-year-old arrived at his new club on Thursday morning and was immediately thrust into training. Arthur had already been transferred to Angelholm before the transfer deadline. His arrival had however been delayed over permit issues. Arthur expressed delight at his move to Angehlhom. “To play in Europe is a dream come true and I am very happy to be living this dream,” he told FootballmadeinGhana.com. “I really want to thank Dreams FC for making…

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Kotoko sweating over new contract for Emmanuel Gyamfi

Talks over a new contract for winger Emmanuel Gyamfi at Asante Kotoko has stalled, FootballmadeinGhana.com understands. Gyamfi’s contract expired last month, making him a free player. Kotoko have been confident up until now that they’ll be able to tie down the talented winger to a new contract. But the player seems unhappy with the terms being offered especially amidst interest from clubs in South Africa and Tunisia. Emmanuel Gyamfi has been an integral part of the Kotoko team since arriving from Wa All Stars in 2016. By Abdul Wadud Osman

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Frank Nuttall breaks silence on Kotoko links

Former Accra Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttal says he is opened to a move to Asante Kotoko. The Kumasi-based giants are in the hunt for a new coach following the resignation of Paa Kwesi Fabin. Twenty seven coaches of which twenty four are expatriates have since applied for the vacant job. It is however unclear of Nuttal is amongst the coaches who have applied for the job but says he is available. “I don’t discuss through the media, all I can say to you is that Asante Kotoko is…

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Kwesi Appiah donates GH¢10,000 to retired footballers of Ghana

Head coach of the the Black Stars, Kwesi Appiah has made a donation worth GH¢10,000 to the Retired National Footballers Association of Ghana (RENFAG). Kwesi Appiah upon signing his contract as the Black Stars pledged to give a percentage of his salary to the old players. The coach yesterday fulfilled his promised by donating GH 10,000 cedis to the members of the Association. Present at the brief presentation ceremony were Rev Osei Kofi, Ibrahim Sunday , Anas Seidu “Thunder”, Awuley Quaye and Willie Klutse who received the donation on behalf of…

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Paa Kwesi was given 2nd chance at Kotoko, why not the legend “Golden Boy” Abdul Razak?

C.K Akonnor , Yusif Abubakar, Ricardo da Rocha are some of the fine names linked to the Asante Kotoko coaching role which has become vacant following the resignation of Samuel Kwesi Fabin on Thursday September 13 but Kotoko legend Abdul Karim Abdul Razak should be first choice to be considered because of his proven ability, achievements and legendary status at the club. Kwesi Fabin was in charge of the club for the 2009/10 season. Asante Kotoko lied 9th on the standings and had gone four games without a win :…

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Dreams FC midfielder Patrick Arthur departs to join new club Angelholm

Midfielder Patrick Arthur has left Ghana to join his new club Angelholm FF. The 21-year-old left Accra on Wednesday night via the new Terminal 3 of the Kotoka International Airport. He was seen off by Vice President of Dreams FC Prince Abdul Hamid and Administrative Manager Ameenu Shardow. Patrick Arthur was signed by Angelholm before the transfer deadline but his arrival to the club had been delayed over permit issues. The midfielder is expected to begin training right away upon his arrival in preparation for his Angelholm debut on Sunday…

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