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Muntari set to return to Black Stars after talks held

Suspended Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari is set to return to the national colors after talks were held between him and Kwesi Appiah. The former Inter Milan was suspended from the national team after he damaged items belonging to Moses Armah Parker worth $8,000 after a bust-up during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The 32-years old behavior antagonized …

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Stephen Appiah inspects NRG stadium ahead of Black Stars friendly

The Black Stars technical coordinator Stephen Appiah led a contingent of Ghana’s team to inspect the NRG Stadium in Houston ahead of tonight’s friendly game against Mexico. The Ghana contingent inspected the facilities at the NRG Stadium on Tuesday after the four-time African champions’ training. The friendly will serve as preparation for Mexico ahead of their CONCACAF Gold Cup Tournament. …

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Mourinho Lays Father To Rest [Photos]

Jose Mourinho has led mourners at his father’s funeral in Portugal. Jose Manuel Mourinho Felix passed away at the age of 79 on Sunday after a battle with illness. Felix’s coffin draped in the colours of Belenenses and Vitoria (Photo: SOLARPIX.COM) A church service was held upon the Manchester United boss’ arrival in Portugal. Mourinho laid his father to rest …

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Oloboi Commdore confirms Godwin Attram’s departure from Olympics

Great Olympics General Manager, Oloboi Commdore has confirmed the departure of Godwin Atttram. Attram two months ago was asked by Great Olympics management to deputized new coach Tom Strand but the former Black Stars forward refused. “Godwin Attram is in town and i can state clearly that he has vacated his position as assistant coach of Great Olympics,” Commodore told …

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Dzamefe Commission work has not affected Black Stars – Moses Foh Amoaning

Lawyer and member of the Justice Dzamefe Commission of Inquiry, Moses Foh-Amoaning, believes that the commission’s work has not hurt the image of the Black Stars as being claimed by some people. The commission was set up after the 2014 World Cup to look into reasons why Ghana failed miserably at the tournament. Its members were Justice Senyo Dzamefe, Justice …

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Badminton president congratulates team for winning seven medals in Ivory Coast

Badminton Association of Ghana (BAG) President, Yeboah Evans has congratulated Team Ghana for winning 7 medals at the just ended Ivory Coast Junior International and emphasized the developmental and high performance agenda of the new Board in the lead up to discovering talents and placing Badminton on a high pedestal. National team players were selected for the Ivory Coast tournament …

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Odartey Lamptey narrates how he busted cheating wife after 21 years

“One thing that I would love to have the answer [when I meet my ex-wife Gloria Appiah] is: “what did I do to deserve this? That’s the only thing I want to know…” Former Ghana football star, Nii Odartey Lamptey struggled to hold back tears on live TV as he recounted how he raised three kids with ex-wife Gloria Appiah …

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Sulley Muntari donates to Football Academy in Uganda

Ghanaian star Sulley Muntari extended his kind gestures to Uganda after he donated sets of football boots to young players of the Super Heroes Football academy in Mulago (Uganda). The former Inter Milan and AC Milan player is currently on a UN ambassadorial tour in the central African country together with Japanese international Keisuki Honda. Muntari as part of his …

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FIFA finds no cause to block Russia and Qatar World Cups

Amuch-awaited FIFA report on the race to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups makes no suggestion that Russia or Qatar should lose the right to stage the tournaments, despite detailing numerous attempts to influence voting officials. The 430-page report, released on Tuesday, had been under wraps since being completed by FIFA’s then-ethics investigator Michael Garcia in November 2014. FIFA …

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Kotoko, Hearts to receive GHC50,000 each – GHALCA

Mr. Kudjoe Fianoo, chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) has revealed that both Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak will each receive an amount of GHC50,000 as appearance fee for the 2017 edition of the President’s Cup. Mr. Fianoo made this known at the launch of the 2017 edition of the President’s Cup. According to the …

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