GPL Week Preview: Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak Eyes Crucial Wins It’s another busy weekend of top-flight football across the country with the focus on a troubled Asante Kotoko and a bruised Hearts of Oak as either side seeks to turn the corner. The on and off field issues surrounding […]
Sports Minister Nii Lante Vanderpuije Vows To Stop ‘Nonsense’ Things At FA Youth and Sports Minister Nii Lante Vanderpuije has vowed to stop nonsensical things at the Ghana Football Association. The Sports Minister in putting things in order stopped the payment of honorarium to the members of the Black Stars […]
Ghana premier league side Medeama SC have safely landed in Sudan for their Confederation Cup first-leg tie against Al Shendy. The Ghanaian landed in the Sudanese capital Khartoum in the early hours of Thursday with a 35-man contingent.
Hearts of Oak board member Barimah Attuahene and Public Relation Officer (PRO) Kwame Opare Addo have all been charged by the disciplinary committee of the Ghana Football Association for their unguided comments prior to their league game against Wa All Stars.
Beleaguered Asante Kotoko coach David Duncan reported to the club’s training ground on Tuesday but none of his players and backroom staff showed up. Duncan on Monday was told by Kotoko management after the Porcupine Warriors 1-0 away loss to Aduana Stars on match day 6 of the Ghana premier league to step aside.
Hearts of Oak have issued a stern warning to individuals who have taken to the market to sell fake club’s jerseys and souvenirs. The Ghanaian giants have been very impressive in the ongoing premier league and unauthorized vendors have taken huge opportunity over the current situation of the club to make some cash.
Hearts of Oak hope of retaining their top spot hit a snag as they were thrashed 1-3 at home by Wa All Stars at the top of the table clash on match day 6 of the Ghana premier league on Sunday.
Former Ghana and Borussia Dortmund forward, Ibrahim Tanko says his target is to land a coaching role in Ghana. According to Tanko who holds a UEFA License A Coaching Badge, it will be a dream come true for him to coach a Ghanaian club or any of the national teams.
Black Stars of Ghana coach Avram Grant has withdrawn the use of the bull***t word he used at the Ghana versus Mozambique post-match presser last Thursday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan says he feels vindicated in joining the Chinese Super League following massive signings by some Chinese clubs. Gyan joined Shanghai SIPG last year July from UAE side Al Ain.