Angry fans of Aduana Stars have denied the GTV crew entry into the Nana Agyeman Badu I Park to telecast their final Special Competition Zone A clash with Asante Kotoko this afternoon.More to follow........................
Asec Mimosas striker Ahmed Toure says he will love to wear the Kotoko jersey when his side take on the Porcupine Warriors in the Otumfuor Anniversary Cup to be played at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday.According to the prolific striker, just playing some few minutes for his former side against Asec Mimosas in the course of the game will be an honour."The game between Kotoko is just a friendly game so there is no friction...I would love to wear the Kotoko jersey in the
Communication can be done brutally but can still be done effectively. It was not too long ago that German Manager Joachim Loew and General Manager Oliver Bierhoff made that infamous trip to Munich...Communication can be done brutally but can still be done effectively. It was not too long ago that German Manager Joachim Loew and General Manager Oliver Bierhoff made that infamous trip to Munich. Their mission? To inform three players, Jerome Boateng, Thomas Muller and Matts Hummels,
Patrick Ofori has returned to the Black Stars as a psychologist for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, replacing Professor Kwesi Mintah.The Normalisation Committee confirmed the appointment on Wednesday after the announcing of the 29-man provisional squad for the tournament.But the technical team is not happy with this appointment as it is against their wish and choice.Ofori acted in a similar role for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and coincidentally that was Kwesi Appiah's first
Aduana Stars coach W.O Tandoh has blasted the Normalisation Committee over their decision to beef up stadium security with military officers. According to the tough talking coach, he will prevent military officers from entering the Nana Agyeman Badu park on match days."The NC is full of concert and jokes. What is the need for the military at our matches? Are we going for war in Rwanda? If they insist on bringing the military. I'll be at the gates to deny them entry,"
Arsenal U14 head coach Simon Copley has been included in Ghana's technical team for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.The 74-year-old will serve as a physical trainer before and during the tournament in Egypt.Copley, who holds a UEFA A Licence, will travel with the team to Dubai for pre-tournament camping.He joined Arsenal in February 2015 after working with fellow Premier League side West Ham United.Copley also previously coached for his hometown club - Dartford Football Club.Ghana
Ghanaian born goalkeeper Zion Suzuki will represent the U-20 team of Japan at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland this month. The 16-year old born to a Japanese father and a Ghanaian mother plays for Urawa Red Diamonds Youth team, and has already represent the Asian country in the U-17 and U-18 team.Suzuki is expected to start for the young Blue Sumarai when they play Ecuador in their opening game on Thursday at the Zdzis?aw Krzyszkowiak Stadium.He is still open to switching allegiance
Hearts of Oak coach Kim Grant is proud of defender Mohammed Alhassan after the player was named in the Black Stars provisional 29-man squad for AFCON 2019. Coach Kwesi Appiah named the central defender in his 29-man squad for the pre-AFCON camping in Dubai next month.Mohammed, one of the three local players in the Black Stars team, has been outstanding for the Phobians in Normalisation Committee as they lead Zone A.”Congratulations to my central defender Mohammed Alhassan for
Former Ghana FA President Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe believes the inclusion of Asamoah Gyan in the Black Stars provisional squad for the pre-AFCON camping will cause problems for the team. According to the the astute politician, Gyan should have stuck to his decision to quit the national team."I was expecting Asamoah Gyan to stick to his decision," he told Starr FM. "I am shocked he is included in the Black Stars squad for the tournament."For me, I think his inclusion
Ghana head coach Kwesi Appiah announced his 29-man preliminary squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations to be held in Egypt in June.The list has only one player plying his trade on the continent in first choice goalkeeper Richard Ofori who plays for Maritzburg United in South Africa.In the 2018/2019 football season, some Ghanaian footballers playing elsewhere in Africa had a stellar campaign but none was invited by Black Stars head coach.We look at five top African based performers
Saint Gallen midfielder Majeed Ashimeru has dedicated his delightful goal against Swiss giants BSC Young Boys to fasting Muslims in the month of Ramadan.The on-loan Red Bull Salzburg attacking midfielder scored a stunning goal in Saint Gallen's 4-1 thrashing of Young Boys on Wednesday night."Allahamdullahi. I dedicate this goal to all my Muslim brothers and sisters fasting in this month of Ramadan. Let's remain steadfast," he posted on Twitter after the game.Ashimeru
Asante Kotoko first choice goalkeeper Felix Annan has expressed delight after being named in coach Kwesi Appiah's 29-man provisional squad for AFCON 2019.The shotstopper is part of three goalkeepers named in the team that will enplane to Dubai to start pre-AFCON camping on June 1st.Annan has been impressive for the Porcupine Warriors in the domestic league, helping Kotoko top Zone A of the Special Competition and was an ever-present figure in the team that reached the group
Ghanaian coach Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin has ended his stay as the Uganda U17 and U20 national team coach after deciding to return home on Wednesday.The Ugandan FA and the former Ghana U-17 head coach mutually ended their contract after just two months in the post.The former Inter Allies trainer signed a one-year contract with the Uganda FA in March this year but opted not to continue because of family issues in Ghana."FUFA and National Junior Teams’ (U17 and U20) head coach
Ghanaian youngster Nuhu Musah celebrated his first Black Stars call-up by scoring his maiden goal for Swiss side St Gallen on Wednesday.The 22-year-old was earlier in the day named in the 29-man Ghana squad for the first time as they prepare for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt next month.He responded by scoring for St Gallen in the Swiss top-flight when they defeated Young Boys 4-1 on Wednesday.Nuhu, 22, opened the scoring in the 20th minute of the game when
Ghanaian duo of Nuhu Musah and Majeed Ashimeru were on target for St Gallen in the Swiss top-flight when they defeated Young Boys 4-1 on Wednesday.Nuhu, 22, opened the scoring in the 20th minute of the game when he headed in a cross from the right to put his in the driving seat.It was his first goal since joining the club from Ghanaian side WAFA in January.St Gallen scored two further goals before the visitors pulled one back to leave the score at 3-1.But Ashimeru secured their
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah named his 29-man provisional squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations with several tournament veterans making the list. Coach Appiah announced a 29-man provisional squad to begin camping on June 1, 2019, in Dubai ahead of the continental showpiece.In the 29-man squad announced, sixteen of them have tasted the competition before with the rest of the thirteen hoping to mark their debuts.In the goalkeeping department, Richard Ofori and Lawrence Atu-Zigi are
Manchester City U18 Performance (Video) Analyst Jermaine Lopia will be part of Ghana's backroom staff for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.Lopia was recommended by Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah and will join the enhanced technical team for the tournamentHe has experience working with Manchester Metropolitan University and Cheshire Men's First Team.But this will be first international assignment with an African team.
Ghana will begin their preparations for this year's Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt on June 1. The team will be based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and will be involved in two friendly matches against South Africa and Namibia.Ghana last won the competition in Libya 1982.Since then they have been to three finals and this year in Egypt they are in a group alongside holders Cameroon, Guinea-Bissau and Benin.
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah will use three local coaches Mas-ud Dramani, Sellas Tetteh and David Duncan will scout for the Black Stars at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.Appiah submitted the list to the Normalisation Committee and Black Stars management committee on Monday.Dramani has been working with Danish side Nordsjaelland as an assistant coach.2009 FIFA U20 World Cup winner Tetteh joins with his vast experience having worked as head coach for Rwanda and Sierra Leone.Duncan has
Abdul Baba Rahman has been recalled into the national team ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations after two-year absence.Baba, who excelled on a six-months loan at French Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims, is returning to the squad since suffering an injury whiles playing for the nation at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.The experienced left-back has been named in a 29-man provisional squad announced by coach Kwesi Appiah on Tuesday.He is expected to be