#GFAElections2019: Normalization Committee discriminating against male aspirants

With a little over a month to the elections of Executive Council Members and a new President for the Ghana Football Association, the Normalization Committee are showing signs of favouratism and nepotism towards female aspirants. Following the announcement of the road map for the elections slated for 24th and 25th of October, the NC has tilted towards female aspirants, charging them skimpy nomination fees while their male counterparts pay 5 times what the females are to pay. In a release by the Ghana FA Normalization Committee outlining the guidelines for…

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Lily Lawrence joins Spanish club Extramendura UD Feminine

Ghanaian female star Lily Niber Lawrence has transferred to Spanish club Extramendura UD Feminine from Sekondi Hasaacas Ladies. The 22 year old midfielder joins the club on an initial loan deal with an option to make the move permanent at the end of her stint. Lily was a member of the Black Princesses that played at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Papua New Guinea in 2016. The talented attacker was also a member of the Black Queens in 2018. She was unveiled to the fans and media on Thursday…

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GFA Election : Lawyer Naa Odofoley Nortey heads GFA elections committee

Member of the Normalisation Committee (NC) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Lawyer Naa Odofoley Nortey, will head a five-member committee that will oversee the elections of the GFA according Happy FM Sports. Article 54 of the GFA statutes on the formation of the elections committee says; “The Elections Committee is an Adhoc committee the body in charge of organizing and supervising the election process in accordance with the provisions of these Statutes and the Elections Regulations of GFA. “The Elections Committee shall be made up of five (5) members,…

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Black Queens breeze past Togo in friendly

The Black Queens of Ghana walloped Togo 4-1 in a  friendly at the ElWak Sports stadium on Sunday. Gladys Amfobea and Evelyn Badu scored two goals each for the Queens with Adinda Akpo getting the only consolation for the Female Hawks. Coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo’s charges are in the hunt to qualify for their first Olympic Games and will face Kenya in the next round of qualifiers. The first leg fixture is slated for September 30 at the Accra Sports Stadium.

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Tokyo 2020: Black Queens starting XI vs Gabon

Black Queens coach Mercy Quarco-Tagoe has named her starting line up for today’s clash against Gabon in the second leg of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games qualifier. The Women’s National team will host their Gabonese counterpart at Accra Sports Stadium at 3:30pm, having already secured a 3-o win in Libreville. The winner on aggregate will face either Malawi or Kenya in the next phase. Below is the starting line up Fafali Dumehasi Gladys Anfobea Anastasia Achiaa Rita Okyere Janet Egyir Juliet Achampong Alice Kusi Grace Asantewaa Millot Pokuaa Portia Boakye Grace…

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Black Queens goalie calls for massive support ahead of Gabon clash

Black Queens Goalkeeper Fafali Dumehasi has called on Ghanaians to turn out in their numbers at Accra Sports Stadium where they face Gabon later today. The Women’s National team will host their Gabonese counterpart at 3:00 pm in the second leg of their Olympic Games Qualifier, having already secured a 3-o win in Libreville. “That match day ⚽ feeling 🙌💪😬! We go again today! We plead with all Ghanaians to troop into the stadium to give us their support and we won’t let you down!” She tweeted. Having failed to qualify…

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Gabon arrive in Ghana ahead of TOKYO 2020 Qualifier reverse leg

The female senior national team of Gabon has arrived in Ghana today ahead of their second leg of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Qualifier with the Black Queens. The game is set to be played on Tuesday at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Black Queen’s are 3-0 up against their Gabonese counterparts in the first leg ,with goals from Elizabeth Owusuaa, Portia Boakye and Priscilla Okyere. The team is expected to lodge at Crystal Palm Hotel, Tesano in the nation’s capital. By:Gbordzor Promise

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Tokyo 2020: Black Queens thump Gabon 3-0 in Libreville

The Black Queens cruised to 3:0 victory over Gabon in the first leg of their Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifier in Libreville. Juliet Acheampong, Portia Boakye and Priscilla Okyere were on the scoresheet as the women’s national team came away with a convincing three-goal advantage at the Stade Augustin Monédon. The reverse fixture will be played between 30th August to 3rd September, 2019 in Ghana. Having failed to qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, making it to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be the ultimate target for the Black Queens who…

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Hasaacas Ladies finally receive prize money for wining NC Women’s Cup

Hasaacas Ladies have finally received their prize money four months after winning NC Women’s Special Competition. According to local media reports, the Normalization Committee paid an amount of GHc50,000 to the Sekondi-based club on Monday. Hasaacas defeated Ampem Darkoa Ladies 3-2 to win the maiden edition at the El Wak Stadium on April 15.

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TOKYO 2020- Mercy Tagoe announces 18 Players for Gabon trip

The Black Queens are set to leave the shores of Ghana on Monday for Libreville where they will begin their campaign with Gabon in their quest to the Tokyo 2020 games. The team was initially camping at the Ghanaman soccer center of excellence in prampram for few weeks now. However, Coach Mercy Tagoe after carefully examination of the players quality has come out with a list of top 18 players who are set to make the journey to Gabon. Notable amongst the Squad is foreign based Portia Boakye who was…

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