Berekum Chelsea Gets A Boost



BstBerekum Chelsea’s return to the CAF Champions League this year has been boosted with a mega TV sponsorship from Egyptian Company, MGB Agency worth $55,000.

The agreement is dependent on Berekum Chelsea’s possible meeting with current African Champions Al Ahly at the 1/8th stage of the 2014 CAF Champions League to be played later in March.

Per the pattern of the competition’s draw this term, Chelsea who reached the ‘Money Zone’ of the continental competition at first attempt in their debut season two years ago, have to overcome South Sudan’s Atlabara FC and one of Libya’s Ahly Benghazi and Foullah Edifice from Chad at the prelims and 1/16th round respectively before the possible meeting with Ahly.

MGB Agency will thus have the exclusive rights to beam live two Champions League matches between the 2011 Ghana champions and Egyptian giants Al Ahly.

MGB Agency is a reputable company which televises live football matches in Egypt, Middle East and Northern Africa countries (MENA).

*Reigning MTN FA Cup holders Medeama SC are moving closer towards poaching King Faisal head coach Carlos Roberto Paulette, Footy-ghana.com understands.

According to our sources, King Faisal owner Alhaji Karim Grunsah is fighting tooth and nail to keep hold of his head coach, but Medeama SC is said to be ‘70%’ certain of getting their man.

The move by the Yellow and Mauves is occasioned by the fact that current head coach, Evans Adotey would be away with the Black Maidens for the 2014 FIFA Under 17 Women’s World Cup at a crucial point in the season, especially with Medeama’s participation in the CAF Confederations Cup.

Paulett has guided King Faisal to 8th place at the midway point of this season’s Ghana Premier League

*Former Medeama SC midfielder Emmanuel Dogbe claims 2 unnamed Championship clubs in England have started negotiations with his club in Sweden.

Dogbe, who plays for Atvidaberg in the Swedish topflight league, says his performances have caught the eyes of agents who are eager to sign him on before they secure a permanent deal with the clubs in the second tier of English football.

“I have had countless discussion with those agents, and they have spoken to even my club about their intentions, but all will depend on my club. As a player you want to move on and play for a great club in a great league, so for me I don’t have a problem. The only problem is those agents want me to sign for them before they can even negotiate on my behalf, so we will see what comes up. But there is one club that has contacted my club, but I cannot say anything as I don’t know the details of the club. All I know is that the club is in England.”

The former Medeama SC player endured a torrid time in his first spell in Sweden but overcame his difficulties as he has been given a fresh contract to extend his stay with the club.

 

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