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Asante Kotoko sign three-year contract extension with MTN

Asante Kotoko have announced signing a three-year contract extension with telecommunication giants MTN. The club’s head of Legal Affairs Yaw Boafo confirmed to the club’s official website, www.asantekotokosc.com on Tuesday. ”Yes, we’ve signed it and it’s for three years,” lawyer Boafo said. But details of new deal are yet to be revealed but the club ”understands that, the new sponsorship …

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Herbert Mensah reaches out to families of May 9 Disaster victims

Former Chief Executive Officer of Kumasi Asante Asante Kotoko, Herbert Mensah, is calling on Ghanaians to bring a positive message of responsibility to sports administrators, fans and the county’s youth. In a commemorative message to mark the May 9, 2001 football disaster, he says the often failure of Ghanaians to honour their heroes leaves only a few people to care …

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Klavs Rasmussen receives NASCO Coach of the Month award

WAFA SC head coach Klavs Rasmussen received his award as NASCO Coach of the Month before their 2-1 defeat at Hearts of Oak. The Dane had an impressive run in April as he supervised five straight wins to keep them on top of the table. He beat contenders Yusif Abubakar of Aduana Stars and Hearts of Oak’s Frank Nuttall. Source: …

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Hearts of Oak 2-1 WAFA – Phobia end WAFA unbeaten run

Hearts of Oak continued their renaissance with yet another classy first half performance and a gritty showing second half of the game to win 2-1 at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Accra based club scored their earliest goal of the season when skipper Thomas Abbey who was starting in 12th straight game headed home a winful cobbinah header. That was …

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I’d walk off again if I was abused – Muntari

Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari says he would walk off the pitch again, adding that Fifa and Uefa are “not taking racism seriously”. The Pescara player, 32, was sent off after leaving the field claiming he was racially abused during a Serie A game. In a BBC interview, the ex-Portsmouth player claims racism is “everywhere and getting worse”, and encourages players …

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Jordan Ayew and his Swansea colleagues to pay fans’ tickets at Sunderland

Ghana striker Jordan Ayew and his Swansea teammates have decided to cover the cost of 3,000 away tickets for the club’s match at Sunderland next Saturday. Swans boss Paul Clement said after his team’s crucial 1-0 win over Everyone on Saturday: “It is a shame we can’t bring all the fans.” “The players paying for the supporters’ tickets came from …

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I will beat ‘undefeated’ Anthony Joshua – Bukom Banku

Brimah Kamoko has challenged heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua to step up to fight him immediately. Kamoko, popularly known as Bukom Banku is absolutely confident he will achieve victory over undefeated Anthony Joshua should the British boxer agree to fight him. Joshua is yet to taste defeat having fought 19 professional fights with all victories coming by way of knockout. His …

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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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