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Poor officiating cost Ghana – Paa Kwesi Fabin

Black Starlets coach Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin blames officiating for U-17 world cup exit. Ghana were booted out of the competition after losing to a well organised Malian side at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati on Saturday. Drame Hadji put the Eagles ahead in the 15th minute from a close range before Ghana’s goalkeeper Ibrahim

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GHANA ON COURSE FOR AFRICAN U-17 FINALS

Ghana’s men’s U-17 football team, the Black Starlets, are trying to mark another territory, this afternoon, during their match with familiar opponents, the Menas of Niger, in a semifinal clash of the Africa U-17 championship in Port Gentil, Gabon. Niger’s Menas made the semifinals, having gained only four points in three games, conceding four goals

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Dramani to coach Hearts, Herbert Addo as TD?

Hearts have lost patience with coach Herbert Addo and are planning to replace the 64-year-old with Mas-Ud Dramani, GHANAsoccernet.com understands. The Phobians suffered a 2-1 defeat to high-flying Inter Allies on Sunday to slip further behind leaders Ashantigold. Hopes of progression to the next stage of the CAF Confederation Cup are also relatively slim, given

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A Whale On The Beach

When you stink, you don’t fart. That is a lesson well known to the humble in spirit. So, they learn from the wise and become wise. Yet, the proud and the arrogant know no such wisdom. Some of them may be accomplished, yet not polished. So, they trade in knowledge for ignorance, grace for rage,

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Kwame Nkrumah’s role in Black Stars’ conquests

Ghana's First President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, is arguably the president with the greatest contribution to Ghana's African football conquests, so far. Below are some of the remarkable steps he took to enable Ghana beat them all in football on the African continent. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, in his ambition to ensure African Unity, believed that football

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Don’t expect much from Black Stars – Grant

Ghana Black Stars coach, Avram Grant, has called on Ghanaians to restrain their expectations ahead of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. According to Grant Ghanaians should not expect much from the team because he is building for the future. "It is not that we don't want to win. We want to win more than

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Grant will feel Ghana pressure- Andre Ayew

Avram Grant will feel the heat during his expected spell as Ghana coach but is hopeful the Israeli will lead Ghana to win trophies at the highest level. The former Chelsea boss has been in Accra since last Wednesday and is expected to be named the new Black Stars coach after Wednesday’s qualifier against Togo.

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Hearts, Kotoko, Get Busy

With the start of the Ghana Premier League still in limbo, Hearts and Kotoko have been playing friendlies. A first-half goal got Hearts victory over Medeama at the Accra Stadium on Sunday. The Phobians dominated play in the first half and scored through Kwame Kizito. In Kumasi, the highly rated Ahmed Toure continued his good

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ACHEAMPONG TO REPLACE ANDRE AYEW?

Les Phoceens are ready to sign the Ghanaian winger from Anderlecht as a replacement for Ayew who is on his way out Olympique Marseille manager Marcelo Bielsa has set his eyes on Anderlecht winger Frank Acheampong as a replacement for Andre Ayew. The Black Stars midfielder is set to leave the Ligue 1 next summer,

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#SayNoToRacism: Verona charged after racially abusing Sulley Muntari

Italian Serie A club Hellas Verona have been charged by the Serie A disciplinary tribunal after fans of the club allegedly directed monkey chants to Ghana international Sulley Muntari in AC Milan’s game on Sunday. The Italian club has denied the accusation but the disciplinary body outlined that about 3000 of the 5000 fans in

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Like Father, like son – Jacob Kingston signs for Hearts

Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak is set to sign young starlet, Jacob Kingston who is a son of former Ghana and Hearts of Oak star Laryea Kingston, Allsports.com.gh can confirm. Jacob, 16, is a product of ST. Thomas Acquinas Secondary School and has been training with Hearts of Oak's junior side Auroras.

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GHANA 3-1 GUINEA: AFCON 2015 Campaign On Course

Goals by Ghana captain, Asamoah Gyan, Marseille's Andre Ayew and super sub Emmanuel Agyemang Duah keep Ghana's AFCON 2015 campaign on course, heading for certainty. In his first home match in charge of the Black Stars, after his former boss, Akwasi Appiah had been axed for what the FA brass considered treachery, Konadu has made

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NOT THE WRONG SIDE OF HISTORY

Decisions breed seasons, a fact that distinguishes the right-thinking from the stinking-thinking, enabled by bias, apathy, heavy-handedness or downright lack of integrity. Sometimes, some folks are so afflicted by a spirit of greed that they their decisions are dictated by it, and they end up upended, their behavior knocking on the doors of the Hall

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AYARIGA DENIES RESPONSIBILITY FOR APPAIH’S DISMISSAL

Ghana’s sports minister Mahama Ayariga has steered clear of the allegation that he masterminded the sacking of Kwesi Appiah as the Black Stars coach insisting the football federation took the decision. Appiah, who led Ghana to the World Cup, was fired last week with the GFA claiming that his reluctance to accept to work with

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