The General Manager of newly promoted Premier League side Techiman Eleven Wonders, Takyi Arhin, has urged the Ghana Football Association to call the bluff of Accra Great Olympics and go ahead with their schedule for the kickoff of the league.
To him and many others, the Wonder Club are only wasting the priceless time if clubs and the FA with their prolonged court case, and has urged the FA to go ahead with the league.
"For me, the GFA must call the bluff of Olympics and go ahead with the
The Sports Ministry will commence the sod cutting exercise to initiate the construction of modern sports complexes all over the country according to the Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon. Isaac Kwame Asiamah.
The exercise will start next week to usher in the construction of the modern facilities which will be constructed in all the ten regions of the country.
Sport infrastructure is a major problem facing the development of sports in the country, limiting the progress of sporting events and
Ghana's Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon. Isaac Kwame Asiamah has revealed inheriting a debt toll of GHC51m from the previous administration after assuming office a little over a year ago.
At his maiden Meet the Press session held at the Conference Hall of the Ministry of Information, the outspoken Sport Minister revealed that he inherited a bleeding account that was crying for help from the previous Minister Hon. Nii Lante Vanderpuye.
Responding to questions from the media, particularly
The General Manager of ES SetifDjihad Boulahdjilet has told Aduana Stars to turn their attention to the CAF Confederation Cup competition and forget the Champions League as they will be eliminated from the competition in the return leg on Sunday.
The Fire Boys hold a narrow lead going into the game after recording a 1-0 against the Algarians in the first leg at the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park last week.
And the eight-time Algerian champions are aiming to turn the heat on the Ghanaian
Rwanda leader Paul Kagame has assured CAF President Ahmad of his unflinching support in carrying out the much-needed reforms to improve the game in Africa.
The President of the East African country made this pledge in Kigalion Mondayevening when the CAF boss visited the Presidential Palace to end his three-day official visit of the country.
Ahmad was on his first official visit to Rwanda since securing the shock election victory last year over the long-standing Issa Hayatou to become the head
Ivory Coast and Swansea City forward Wilfred Bony is seen in a video performing Asamoah Gyan and Stonebwoy 'Dirty Enemies', which has prompted applauds from the Ghana captain.
The Dirty Enemies track which was released a week ago is making waves in the Ghanaian music industry and beyond.
Gyan, after a four-year hibernation from the music scene, has returned with a banger featuring ace Reggae and Dancehall artist Stonebwoy and Bony, who has been sidelined since February 3rd with an hamstring
Each Black Queens player will earn US$1,000 (GH 4,500) for winning the maiden WAFU Zone B Women's Cup of Nations.
This was after the Sports Ministry announced a financial package of US$ 32,000 to the team.
Last month, the Queens beat hosts Ivory Coast 1-0 to win the tournament.
''The ministry has approved a package of US$ 32,000 for the Black Queens. So each will get a US$ 1,000- a cedi equivalent of GH 4,500 so that is the package for the team for making Ghana proud,''
The Ghana government has approved an amount US$ 8m budget for the hosting of the 2018 Women Africa Women's Cup of Nations.
This will cater for renovation works at the Accra Sports Stadium, training pitches at El Wak and the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast.
The tournament will be held from 17 November to 1 December.
'His Excellency the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has approved an amount of US$8m for the hosting of the 2018 Africa Women's Championship,'' Asiamah
Experienced Asante Kotoko shot-stopper Ernest Sowah has returned to the club's training after months of sloth following allegations of bribery labelled against him by the club chairman.
The former Berekum Chelsea custodian was accused him of taking bribe by the club's chief executive officer following their final day defeat to Liberty Professionals.
The 29-year-old was left frustrated after he was left out of the final squad registered for the upcoming season.
He was heavily linked
AshantiGold forward Daniel Gozar has set his sights on winning the goal king accolade in the forthcoming Ghana Premier League season.
Gozar joined the Miners on a permanent deal from Dreams FC after a remarkable loan stint last term, where he helped the club maintain their premier league status.
I want to help my team to win the league and the FA cup as well which is very important, last season was not bad as we survived but I believe we can win trophies this season, Gozar told footballmadeinghana.com
The General Manager of Elmina Sharks George Wiredu has bemoaned the delay in the start of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League, claiming that the club are unbudgeted cost.
The 2017/18 Ghana Premier League which was supposed to commence two weeks ago has been postponed indefinitely after Great Olympics served the nation's football governing body with a court injunction in a protest against Bechem United for fielding an unqualified player against them last term.
With the start of the league unknown,
President Ahmad has responded to criticism that Morocco is hosting too many activities of the continental body,revealing that the North African country is the only nation that has accepted to host and fund recent key events of CAF.
Ahmad says before staging some key events CAF approaches countries capable of funding and hosting such events before a decision is taken to hand over such rights.
The leader of Africa's football controlling organisation has been forced respond following some
Communications Director of Hearts of Oak Kwame Opare Addo has disclosed that the club has been in touch with the lawyer of Frank Nuttal over monies owed to his client.
The Scotsman was shown the exitlast month after he was found guilty of breaching the clubs code of conduct.
Following his untimely sacking, the administrative manager of the club, Hackman Aidoo, confirmed that his outfit owes the former Gor Mahia coach some monies which they will fulfill in the coming days but will not take home
Former management member of Asante Kotoko David Serebour Boatng has fired back at Steve Polack's claim that the club is a 'visionless' club.
Polack was relieved off his duty last month after failing to guide the Porcupine Warriors through to the group stage of CAF Confederation Cup following their loss to Congolese side CARA Brazzaville.
And his last interview before he left the shores of the country, the 57-year-old bewailed the lack of planning at Kotoko and categorically stated
Aduana Stars coach Yusif Abubakar has named his 18 man squad for the return leg of their CAF Champions League first round tie against ES Stif on Sunday without Noah Martey.
The midfielder has been left out of the squad after aggravating an injury during the first leg.
Striker Yahaya Mohammed made the list and could play his first away match in this year's competition.
He missed the preliminary round trip to Egypt to face Libyan side Al Tahaddy SC.
Goalkeeper Tijani Ahmed has been
Persib Bandung midfielder Michael Essien has stepped up his recovery from a long-term knee injury by tasting game time in almost two months.
The experienced Ghanaian enforcer has been sidelined since suffering knee injury during final embers of the Indonesian league last season.
The former Chelsea ace began training with Persib Bandung last month after undergoing a recovery therapy in London, but was directed by the medical team to train away from the group.
He was left of the team's
Burkinabe referee Juste Ephrem Zio has been appointed middle man for the CAF Champions League return leg between ES Setif and Aduana Stars in Algeria.
The match will be played at the Stade 8 Mai 1945 in the city of Stif.
Zio, 44, became a referee in 2001.
He has a background in journalism and currently works in a communication agency in Ouagadougou.
Aduana won the first leg 1-0 in Dormaa Ahenkro last week thanks to a second half penalty by Sam Adams....
Spanish segunda division side Real Valladolid have confirmed the signing of Ghanaian youngster Abdul Karim Salisu.
The youngster put pen to paper on a three year deal on Monday at the club's secretariat in Valladolid.
Agent of the player, Jos Andrs Rosagaray Arenillas who is the head ofProneo Sports confirmed the move revealed.
Yes, Karim has joinedReal Valladolid, Arenillas said. He signed a three year deal with the club.
He is a good player and i will succeed at Valladolid, so we