Hearts of Oak celebrates 108th birthday today

Ghana Premier League giant Accra Hearts of Oak is celebrating its 108th birthday today November 11, 2019. The club was formed in Ghana on 11th November 1911 by a group of young men led by Christopher Brandford Nettey (later Asafoatse Nettey), a war leader of the Ga State in the colonial times and his other colleagues, Sinon-Okraku brothers (Adolf, Alfred and Wilhelm), J.T .O Ankrah,J.A Aryee, Dodoo Annang, Darku Abbey, Mark Nettey, the Solomon duo (Amponsah and Kwashie), the Bruce-Tagoe brothers (W.W and T.F), Willie Ocran, TF Wilson, JDK Botwe,…

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Newly formed Phobia Tertiary holds first meeting in Kumasi

Newly formed Supporters Group of Accra Hearts of Oak, Phobia Tertiary held its first general meeting at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) campus in Kumasi. The meeting which was held on Sunday at the GUSS Sports Complex at KNUST campus was the maiden one by the Ashanti Regional group. The Phobia Tertiary encompasses all Phobians in all Tertiary institutions in Ghana. The scope of this association in the nationwide and other regions will be Activated very soon. A planning committee was set up to develop a…

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Troubled Kjetil Zacharriessen in Ghana to iron out differences with Asante Kotoko

Indignant Asante Kotoko manager Kjetil Zachariessen is reported to have arrived in Ghana and is set to meet the management of Asante Kotoko over his future. The Norwegian gaffer was reported by the club to have absconded after their CAF Confederation Cup defeat to San Pedro in Abidjan, a report the agent of the trainer vehemently denied. Reports in the Kumasi are that the former AshGold manager and his agewnt will be locked in a crunch meeting with the Porcupine Warriors to determine his future. FootballMadeInGhana.com understands that the Porcupine…

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MP backs new GFA President Kurt Okraku to match high expectations

Member of Parliament for South Tongu constituency, Hon. Kobena Mensah Woyome has backed newly elected GFA President Kurt Okraku to match the high expectations on his shoulders. According to Woyome, who also doubles as a member of the Youth, Sports and Culture committee in Parliament, Kurt has the capacity to steer Ghana Football in the right direction. The experienced football administrator was sworn in as new leader of the West African nation’s football governing body after beating five other candidates in a keenly-contested election a fortnight ago. “I have no doubt…

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Hearts defender Fatawu Mohammed handed late Black Stars call up to replace injured Harrison Afful

Hearts of Oak skipper Fatawu Mohammed has been handed a late call up to the Black Stars for the 2021 AFCON qualifier with South Africa and Sao Tome and Principe following the withdrawal of Harrison Afful due to injury. Fatawu was part of Ghana’s Black Stars B team that won bronze at the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations in Senegal. There were reports earlier that former Kotoko defender Samuel Inkoom had been called to replace Afful but further checks have revealed that the Hearts of Oak man was preferred by…

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U23 AFCON : Ghana 1-1 Cameroon – Habib Mohammed late goal earns Ghana a point

Ghane opened their U23 African Cup of Nations with a draw against Cameroon on Thursday night. Habib Mohammed’s late strike cancelled Frank Evina’s beautifully taken second half free kick to earned Ghana a point in the game. Both teams started the game very slow as they tried to find their feet in the game… Evans Mensah was Ghana’s brightest spot causing a lot of problems to the Cameroonian defense. Habib Mohammed nearly broke the deadlock for Ghana but his header was stopped by Omossola. Ghana continued to have more of…

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Medeama SC head coach Samuel Boadu appointed as the head coach of National U-15 team

Head coach of Medeama Sc Samuel Boadu has been appointed as the new coach of Ghana’s Under-15 Boys team for a one-year period. Boadu is expected to scout and form a new National Under 15 team for the maiden edition of the WAFU U-15 tournament in Burkina Faso next month. The tournament takes place between 8-20 December, 2019 in Ouagadougou. His club Medeama SC confirmed the coach latest appointment on their official twitter account. We are happy to announce that Samuel Boadu has been appointed by @ghanafaofficial as the head…

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Horoya AC part ways with Patrick Razak

Guinean Premier League side Horoya AC have terminated their contract with Patrick Razak a year after signing for the club. Razak who joined the club in October 2018 has struggled to established himself at the club since signing for them from Hearts of Oak. The former Hearts of Oak winger was dropped from the club’s CAF Champions League squad, he was also left out from their CAF Confederation Cup squad. Footballmadeinghana.con understand several Ghana Premier League clubs are currently holding talks with the former Tamale Utrecht star over a possible…

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Dreams FC midfielder Michael Agbekpornu handed start in Ghana’s opener against Cameroon

Dreams FC midfielder Michael Agbekpornu has been handed a start in Ghana’s Under 23 African Cup of Nations opener against Cameroon. The midfielder who played a key role in Ghana’s qualification to the tournament will start in midfield alongside Simon Zibo and Evans Mensah in midfield three. Ghana will face Cameroon at 8:00pm (GMT) just after Egypt game against Mali. Below is Ghana’s starting line up against Cameroon. Kwame Baah Kingsley Fobi Edward Sarpong Fuseini Zakaria Mohammed Habid Simon Zibo Isaah Abass Michael Agbekponu Kwabena Owusu Evans Mensah Yaw Yeboah.

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