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Ghana beats Togo 10-0 to lift Rugby African Regional Challenge

Ghana’s Rugby team (the Eagles) edge past their counterparts from Togo (Hawks) by 10 points to zero in the Rugby African Regional Challenge Group West 1 tournament, played on the Accra Sports Stadium pitch on Sunday. The Eagles won the tournament, after topping the group with nine points, followed by Benin, with four Togo occupying the last spot with just …

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‘I can’t figure out what is wrong with Kotoko’ – Coach cries out

Kumasi Asante Kotoko interim coach, Frimpong Manso, says he is clueless about the cause of the club’s dwindling fortunes in the ongoing premiership. The team has had a disappointing performance in recent times with eight matches without a win. Kotoko at the weekend lost 2-0 against a struggling side, Great Olympics, in Accra. When asked by journalists, could be the …

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N’Golo Kante claims award double as Chelsea star named 2017 Footballer of the Year

Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante has followed up his PFA Player of the Year award with the Footballer of the Year award, decided by journalists. Kante, 26, was last month named the PFA Player of the Year by his contemporaries and the nation’s football writers have also honoured the defensive midfielder. The France international was the driving force behind Leicester’s title …

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CAF President Ahmad turns down monthly salary

The new Confederation of African Football (Caf) President, Ahmad, says he has refused to accept a salary from African football’s governing body. His election in March ended Cameroonian Issa Hayatou’s 29-year reign. “I’ve refused a Caf salary for the simple reason it doesn’t respect good administration,” he told BBC Sport. “The salaries of all Caf employees, from administrators to the …

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Sports Ministry condemns Muntari abuse, calls for drastic reforms

Ghana’s Ministry for Sports has condemned the unending racial abuse on African sportsmen with particular interest in the recent case of its international, Sulley Ali Muntari. In a statement showing solidarity with the 32-year-old Pescara midfielder who was at the receiving end of unsavory chants from some fans during a game against Cagliari in the Italian Serie A last Sunday, …

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Fmr. Sports Minister visits Fmr national welter weight champion, Isaac Aryee

The former sports Minister and MP for Odododiodio constituency Hon Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has visited former national welter weight champion Isaac Aryee who was involved in a fatal accident on Wednesday May 3rd at the accident center of Korle Bu teaching hospital. Hon Vanderpuye who was out of the country at the time of the incident arrived yesterday, and upon …

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Hearts of Oak vs WAFA SC, Phobians confident of halting surprise leaders

Hearts of Oak will relish the opportunity of putting the brakes on the resurgence of the West African Football Academy when they host them on Monday at the Accra sports stadium. The Phobians go into the crucial game with a huge morale booster following their 3-1 win over archrivals Asante Kotoko SC last week in the first leg of the …

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Ministry hails Kwesi Nyantakyi’s appointment as CAF 1st Vice president

The Youth and Sports Ministry has sent a congratulatory message Kwesi Nyantakyi who has been appointed CAF 1st vice president. The Ghana Football Association president was approved by CAF Executive Committee on Monday during its first meting under the reign of CAF’s new President Ahmad Ahmad in the Bahrain capital of Manama. Nyantakyi becomes the second most powerful person in …

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Weah’s son makes waves for USA – In CONCACAF U-17 Cup

The son of Liberia legend George Weah is helping the United States Under-17 team in their bid to qualify for the 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in India in October. A 17-year-old striker, Timothy Weah, otherwise known as Tim Weah, is part of the US team currently campaigning in the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) …

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