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  On this day, 15 August 1992 (Exactly 27 years ago today), there were 27 goals on an action – packed first day as the inaugural Premier League kick off. The 2019/2020 season is the 28th of the Premier League after its formation in 1992. After numerous discussions with football authorities, players and television broadcasters,

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  On this day, 14 August 1963 (Exactly 56 years ago today), Baba Yara returned to Ghana in a wheelchair from England where he was treated at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital for spinal injuries. Background : On March 24, 1963 Republicans played Volta Heroes at Kpandu, winning 5-0. On their way back to Accra, their

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  On this day, 11 August 1984 (Exactly 35 years ago today), two months after France won the European Championship for the first time, it captured Olympic gold for the first time with a 2-0 win over Brazil with goals from François Brisson and Daniel Xureb. The crowd of 101,799 pushed the average attendance at

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  On this day, 9 August 2006( Exactly 13 years ago today), a dramatic last attempt saw Ghana’s Ignisious Gaisah win the Long Jump on Day One at the Africa Athletics Championships at the Germain Commarmond Stadium in Bambous, Mauritius. Gaisah took the lead with an opening jump of 8.24m and extended the lead at

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  On this day, 8 August 1992 (Exactly 27 years ago today), Spain beat Poland 3-2 in the Gold medal match of the Men’s Olympic Football tournament at the Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain. It is not often the host win Olympic gold in football, but the Spanish did just that and in dramatic fashion. To

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DuBois-Tetteh to change doping narrative

Daniel Dubois goes into the hallowed Royal Albert Hall next month determined to lift the heavy cloud raised over boxing by the latest drugs controversy. As he strives to add the Commonwealth championship to the British heavyweight title won against Nathan Gorman in spectacular fashion, Dubois says: ‘I am deeply disappointed whenever the question of

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  On this day, 6 August 2000 (Exactly 19 years ago today), The Ghanaian Premier League match between Soccer Mountaineers, Okwawu United and Fabulous Kumasi Asante Kotoko played at the Nkawkaw Park ended abruptly in the 88th minute when Kotoko refused to play. At that time Okwawu were leading 1-0 from a beautiful goal scored

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  On this day, 2 August 2008 (Exactly 11 years ago) Joshua Clottey of Ghana beat American Zab Judah to win the vacant IBF welterweight title in Las Vegas. The fight was stopped in the ninth round after Judah said he could not see due to a cut above his right eye. Referee Robert Byrd

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  On this day, 30 July 1930 (Exactly 89 years ago), Hosts Uruguay beat arch-rivals Argentina to first FIFA World Cup . Played at the Centenario in Montevideo, Uruguay, on 30 July, a Wednesday. Up to date, it is, along with the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final, the only World Cup Final not to be

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On this day, 29 July 2001 (Exactly 18 years ago today ), Nigeria defeated visiting Ghana 3-0 to qualify for the 2002 FIFA World Cup tournament staged in Japan and South Korea. Tijani Babangida added two first-half goals to Victor Agali’s second-minute strike, moving Nigeria one point above Liberia at the top of African qualifying’s

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AUSTRALIA VISA RACKETEERING BOMBSHELL (6)

Continued from Part 5:   7) WITNESS ‘4’ : (EVANS KOJO YEBOAH) Evans Kojo Yeboah, President Badminton Federation and Chairman Logistics, Kitting and Finance Sub-committee of the International Games Committee (IGC) and 3rd Vice President of GOC. Witness ‘4’ (Swears to speak the Truth): Witness ‘4’ says that the International Games Committee was mandated to

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AUSTRALIA VISA RACKETEERING BOMBSHELL (5)

Continued from Part 4:   QUESTIONS BY COMMITTEE: Q: Can the two of you help us with the name of the photographer? A: He is Charles Amofa the NSA photographer. Q: ALO, worked directly under you CDM. Are you in touch with him. A: Up till his suspension Australia we were communicating. He sent me

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AUSTRALIA VISA RACKETEERING BOMBSHELL (4)

Continued from Part 3:   QUESTIONS BY CDM MOHAMMED SAHNOON WITNESS ‘1’ TO MR.EVANS YEBOAH, WITNESS ‘4’ Q: You will recall our meeting on 2/4/2018 for about 30 minutes at the Games Village? A: Yes I do. Q: This 9th person, you mentioned the name to me as Agbozo? A: We were dealing with Henrietta

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AUSTRALIA VISA RACKETEERING BOMBSHELL (3)

Continued from Part 2:   QUESTIONS BY EVANS YEBOAH, 3RD VICE PRESIDENT OF GOC: Q: Reference made to page 5 paragraph 4 CDM’s report: where Mr. Yeboah was mentioned. He wants to know when a person becomes a delegate and member for Team Ghana? A: By Witness ‘1’. It is a process and I believe

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