FIFA has dealt a humiliating snub to Great Olympics quest to further delay the Ghana Premier League by telling the Accra-based club that its case to gain boardroom points is frivolous.
The world governing body also embarrassed Olympics long-standing claim that points must be deducted from Bechem United automatically but FIFA says the Ghana FA is not obliged to enforce that law.
FIFA also asked Great Olympics to return to the judicial process of the Ghana FA, implying that the Accra-based clubs
Ebenezer Ofori made his MLS debut on Monday as New York City beat LA Galaxy at home.
He came off the bench to play 20 minutes after replacing Medina.
The Boys in Blue ran out 2-1 victors thanks to first half goals from Anton Tinnerholm and David Villa.
Jonathan Dos Santos replied on the hour mark but it was not enough to deny City a third Home Opener victory out of four played.
Ofori is on loan from German Bundesliga side Stuttgart....
The Ghana Football Association has invited thirty-eight (38) players for camping to the national U-17 boys team.
All players have been selected from lower division sides.
The invited players are expected to report to the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence, Prampram on Wednesday 14th March, 2018 at 5pm.
The team will begin preparations for the upcoming U-17 WAFU Zone B qualifying games which will be played later this year.
Goalkeepers: David Kudjoe (KITASI ACTION BOYS), Samuel Ofori
Major Soccer League side Philadelphia Union have extended the contract of Ghanaian-born American forward Charles Nana Kwabena Sapong, the club announced on Wednesday.
The 29-year-old will remain at the club until 2019 with an option for a further year.
We are pleased to complete this agreement with CJ, a critical part of the spine of our team, said Union sporting director Earnie Stewart in a club release.
He fits perfectly in our system with his nose for goal and his hold-up play. Wed like
Winful Cobbinah scored twice as Hearts of Oak beat lower side Unique FC 3-1 in a pre-season friendly on Wednesday.
Cobbinah, whose future has come under spotlight, grabbed a brace at the Legon Ajax Park.
The Phobians are preparing for the start of the new season which kick starts this weekend....
Medeama winger Jacob Apau has returned to the club after a three-year absence.
The youngster has been largely knocked down by injuries after traveling to Italy for greener pastures.
But he has returned to Tarkwa to continue his career.
The former Ghana Under-17 wideman has been training with the team ahead of the new season.
He is among 30 players registered by the Mauve and Yellows....
Minnesota United forward Abu Danladi started light training on Tuesday as he fight his way back to full fitness.
The 22-year-old is recovering from a hamstring injury he carried over from pre-season to a tweak in the season opener.
The Ghanaian missed the side's Major Soccer League game against Orlando on Saturday due to the setback.
But the forward has returned to light training as he work his way back to full fitness.
Id like to think its an anomaly, but we dont know, coach Adrian
The Vice president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) George Afriyie has affirmed his readiness to relinquish his role as the Management Committee Chairman of the Black Stars.
During the Sport Ministry's meet-the-press exercise on Tuesday, Hon. Isaac Asiamah stated he wants Mr. Afriyie to be stripped off his position as the Black Stars management chairman in a bid toguarantee the independence of the management committee of the team.
The Member of Parliament for Atwima Mponua pointed
Leeds United striker Caleb Ekuban is eager to prove a point after enduring hellish and nightmarish time on the sidelines since joining the side.
The 23-year-old, who joined the English side from Chievo Verona, is yet to score after being knocked by an injury in the first half of the campaign.
The Ghanaian earned his first appearance for United in their 2-2 draw with Reading, which followed a cameo in the previous games.
And the highly-rated striker is desperate to prove his mettle if he
Ghana have been handed the right to host the maiden edition of the West African Football (WAFU) Zone B Under-17 Cup of Nations in August.
The WAFU Zone B Executive committee decided to hand the right to Ghana, taking it away from original host Cote D'voire for unexplained reasons.
The member countries who make up the Zone B, Ghana, Nigeria, Cote dIvoire, Burkina Faso, Benin, Togo and Niger, as well as an eighth team to be invited from Zone A, will converge to challenge for the slot to play
Accra Hearts of Oak have released the jersey numbers of their squad for the upcoming season with Samudeen Ibrahim and Winful Cobbinah maintaining their number 8 and 10 shirts respectively.
The Phobians have hinted that the named players are those that have been officially registered for the delayed 2017/18 season.
Rejected Asante Kotoko defender Evans Quao was handed the 24 shirt while experienced right back Christopher Bonney goes with number 21.
Malik Akowuah maintained his number 5 shirt
Pundit Garth Crook believes Andre Ayew completely 'destroyed' West Ham United to send a clear statement to his former club over his early exit.
The Swans hammered the Hammers 4-1 last week to leapfrog them on the Premier League table.
Ayew, 28, put up a superlative performance at the Liberty stadium, providing two assists in the heavy thumping.
And pundit Garth Crook has told BBC Sport that the forward alongside his brother Jordan, made a huge statement against West Ham for letting
Talented Ghanaian youngster Latif Blessing will not switch nationality to play for the USA according to Ghana FA Vice President George Afriyie.
The 2015/16 Ghana Premier League Player of the Year is yet to feature for the senior national team, the Black Stars despite a decent season in the MLS last season.
Blessing was givena call up into the national team ahead of Ghanas participation in the 2017 AFCON by coach Avram Grant but was dropped when the final list was released.
Accra Hearts of Oaks new boy JosephEsso says he is excited to be returning home to play for his new club saying Im happy to be back home.
Esso lauded the management of the club for their decision to play their home matches at the Cape Coast Stadium in the upcoming season.
Speaking to the media after Hearyts 0-1 defeat to Elmina Sharks in a friendly, the former Ebusua Dwarfs playmakersaid he was happy with choice of the stadium as he is already familiar with the environment.
FC Porto new boy Abdul Majeed Waris says he will adapt to his new role at the club.
The Ghana striker has been deployed on the left flank by coachSrgio Conceio where he excelled in the UEFA Champions League stalemate against Liverpool.
And the 27-year-old says he is adapting to his new position.
"The coach thinks I can win in this position," he said
I'm still adapting to how he wants me to play there and I think I did quite well there, and I liked it because I've been
Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has reiterated that Ghana forward Jordan Ayew deserved to be sent off on Saturday in their EPL fixture.
Ayew's tackle on Terriers skipper Jonathan Hogg saw him sent straight away in the 11th minute when Swansea City held Huddersfield Town to a scoreless stalemate.
The German-American has however backed referee Martin Taylor's decision to give Ayew the marching orders on the weekend to be a perfect call.
"The Swansea striker had to leave.
Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris is confident FC Porto will clinch the Portuguese Primeira Liga despite the threat of rivals Benfica.
Porto are four points clear at the summit of the table eight games to spare in the season.
And the Ghanaian, who is on loan from French side Lorient is confident about the side's chances.
"I'm not saying it's comfortable because it's not over yet.Now all games are important," he said
"We cannot say that it is comfortable because
Medeama coach Samuel Boadu is not getting carried away despite his side's fine pre-season form.
The Mauve and Yellows underlined their readiness for the new campaign after thumping second-tier side Sekondi Hasaacas 5-0 at home on Sunday.
The heavy win followed their impressive outings against Premier League side Ashantigold and lower sides New Edubiase, Proud United and Gold Stars.
But the club's young and unassuming trainer Samuel Boadu is staying grounded.
"It's a slow
Asamoah Gyan is subject to huge interest from numerous musicians who are ready to give him lines on their tracks just for his fame.
The multi-talented Gyan has made a return to music for the first time in four years following the mysterious disappearance of his friend and music compatriot Castro- partnering Stonebwoy in what is the trending song now in Africa titled Dirty Enemies
The former Sunderland man who currently plays for Turkish side Kayserispor has been involved in some top draw songs