Government name IMC to run Ghana Football

  The Government of Ghana has set up a five-member Interim Management Committee to steer the affairs of Ghana football on temporal basis until the house clearing exercise is completed following the Anas Expose on corruption. In a special Press Release signed by the Minister of Information, Hon. Mustapha Hamid on Wednesday, the five people namely Dr. Kofi Amoah (Chairperson), Cudjoe Fianoo (Member/Secretary),  Abedi Pele (Member), Eva Okyere (Member ) and Reverend Osei Kofi (Member) will take charge of Ghana football for now. The Committee also have Peace FM Sports…

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Basit Savors Kosovo cup glory

  Ghana youth international Abdul Khalid Basit is glad having won the Kosovo cup with FC Prishtina. The bulldozing forward returned from injury to net in the 25th minute in the prestigious cup final as his side secured another Europa League qualification after defeating Vellaznimi on penalties. Basit revealed that he was happy with the cup triumph as it has not been an easy journey this campaign. “It was a good final for me particularly as it has been a bit difficult, I had battles with injuries this season and…

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Maritzburg welcome Ofori for Golden Arrows clash

  Maritzburg United goalkeeper Richard Ofori will feature this weekend when they welcome Lamontville Golden Arrows to the Harry Gwala Stadium in a must-win league game. Ofori who has been arguably Maritzburg best player this season missed their game against Kaizer Chiefs last weekend through suspension but he is expected to be back in post for them in the crunch encounter on Sunday. A win over the Backheel Boys will see Maritzburg finishing third and securing a CAF Confederations Cup spot if Kaizer Chiefs lose or draw in their away game…

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I was not treated well at Kotoko-Toure

ASEC Mimosas striker Ahmed Toure has expressed his dissatisfaction on how his former employers Kumasi Asante Kotoko treated him during his stint with the club According to him, even though he served the Porcupine Warriors wholeheartedly, the management were not fair to him which contributed to his exit. “I was not paid but was playing for the club,they did not treat me with respect,” Toure told Asempa FM “My contract was terminated and I was sacked from the club” Toure is undoubtedly the best foreign player the Ghana Premier League…

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Andoh accepts Coach Bash criticism

  Ebusua Dwarfs goalkeeper Frank Andoh says he has accepted the condemnation of coach Bashir Hayford in good faith as he seek to work hard to be on top of his game. The former Ashanti Gold and Kotoko coach openly criticized his keeper describing the three goals he conceded against Karela as “cheap” goals. Andoh however indicated that he has taken the bashing by his coach in goodwill as he is the same person who will praise him when he does well. “Coach is the same person who praises us…

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Our goalkeeper let us down – Bashir Hayford

Ebusua Dwarfs coach, Bashir Hayford has blamed his goalkeeper, Frank Andoh for their defeat away to Karela United on match day four of the Ghana Premier League. Karela United thrashed Ebusua Dwarfs 3-0 in what was their first win in the competition. A furious Bashir Hayford described the first two goals his side conceded as a gift from his goalkeeper contending that, it contributed to Dwarfs’ defeat. “He gifted them the two goals. It was a gift to them. When it happens like that, it dampens the spirit of the players. He…

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Ardley confirms Kwesi Appiah’s season has ended

  Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley has revealed that Kwesi Appiah’s season has ended and there is no way he could play again this campaign. Appiah has been out since December last year with a knee injury forcing his manager to bring in fellow Ghanaian Lloyd Sam as a replacement. Ardley on Friday emphasized that both Appiah and Cody McDonald are done for the season with eight games to go because they cannot recover. “McDonald and Kwesi Appiah (knee) are not expected back this season because of their knee injuries and…

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Dreams FC to sink Hearts again

  Dreams FC will play as guests to Accra Hearts of Oak at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Sunday in a Ghana Premier League week four fixture. The game promises lots of fireworks as the Dawu-based club have been a torn in the flesh of the Phobians over the past nine years in which the Rainbow club have won twice, drawn thrice and lost five in ten encounters. The recent meeting between the two clubs was at the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu in a pre-season in which the game…

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Dauda has outgrown the Belgian youth league

  Agent of Ghana youth international Dauda Mohammed, Sascha Empacher says the 20-year-old attacker has outgrown the Anderlecht Under 20 team. Sascher who also represents Liverpool forward Mohammed Salah, Schalke defender  Baba Raman, Arsenal midfielder Mohammed El Nenny and several others believes his client has shown that he is a big player per his output for the Anderlecht junior team. “If you score 28 goals in 25 games, you have outgrown the promises competition. “, His agent Sascha Empacher told Het Nieuwsblad. “He now needs matching at the highest level,…

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Hearts conceded ‘very cheap’ goal – Wellington

Hearts of Oak drew 1-1 with Eleven Wonders in their first game of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League. Winful Cobbinha’s first half penalty was cancelled by Eleven Wonders striker, Alex Asamoah. Speaking to FootballMadeInGhana.com in a post-match interview, Hearts coach Henry Wellington described the goal they conceded as “very cheap” but refused to blame his players for the draw. “We came in to pick the three points but unfortunately in the second half, they allowed a very cheap header from Alex Asamoah. That got them the equaliser. My intention was…

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