Category: Sports

Ethiopia On The Verge Of World Cup Qualification

Ethiopia On The Verge Of World Cup Qualification

Ethiopia has been doing everything possible to make sure they beat Nigeria on Sunday.  On the field they have been in a sweltering camp for weeks now being drilled under the watchful eye of coach Sewnet Bishaw off the field they have been just as busy as the EFA has left no stone unturned to try and give the advantage […]

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Big Ovation For Kingston At Training

Big Ovation For Kingston At Training

Ghana’s goalkeeper Richard Kingson received a sparkling reception on his first training session with the Black Stars in two years in Accra on Wednesday. The 35-year-old, whose return to the team, has sparked massive controversy, attracted huge applause from the fans who watched Wednesday’s training session at the Accra sports stadium, reports Ghanasoccernet. It was obvious the supporters had trooped […]

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Leave ‘Olele’ Alone

Leave ‘Olele’ Alone

If there exist any player who is most maligned in world football today, then Black Stars’ goalie Richard Kingson fits into that bracket. Kingson, affectionately known as Olele, may not have kicked a ball for the Stars in two years, but remains the most castigated ever since Coach Kwesi Appiah handed him a recall. Believe it or not, he is […]

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Zambia Leaves Herves

Zambia Leaves Herves

The Football Association of Zambia(FAZ) yesterday announced the release of Herve Renard from his position as coach of Zambian following his appointment as coach at top French League side, Sochaux.

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Stars Begins Preparations

Stars Begins Preparations

Ghana’s senior national team, Black Stars, will begin full training today ahead of their earth-cracking 2014 World Cup play-off against Egypt on October 15, next week. According to the programme of activities lined up for the Stars, the team which started camping on Sunday, will start preparations this afternoon at 4.pm, after which there would be media briefing by the […]

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Gaisah Wants Dodoo Out

Gaisah Wants Dodoo Out

Former Ghanaian long jumper, Ignacious Gaisah, has called for the immediate resignation of the chief of the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA), Prof. Francis Dodoo. Gaisah, who switched nationality in July 2012, and now runs for The Nederlands, made the startling call on Metro TV Sports File show on Wednesday night.

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Bolts To Race In Buenos Aires

Bolts To Race In Buenos Aires

Olymbic champion Usain Bolt will run a 100 metres exhibition race on a track laid down on the iconic 9 de Julio Avenue in central Buenos Aires in December, local media reported on Tuesday. The Jamaican world sprint champion, winner of six Olympic gold medals from the 2008 and 2012 Games, will take part in the race on December 7 […]

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Red lions Win kingdom Capital Cards Contest

Red lions Win kingdom Capital Cards Contest

Red Lions playing cards club from La were at the weekend crowned champions of the second edition of the annual Kingdom Capital Ghana Limited Greater Accra Regional playing cards competition organized by Media 2 Concepts in conjunction with the National Sports Authority (NSA) and Obonu FM at the forecourt La Trade Fair Centre.

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Nyantakyi Speaks On Club Licensing System

Nyantakyi Speaks On Club Licensing System

Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kwesi Nyantakyi, has backed the implementation of the Club Licensing System in Africa as the perfect avenue for the development of football on the continent in his presentation at the 2013 Soccerex Africa Forum in South Africa. Nyantakyi, who is a member of the CAF Executive Committee, was addressing some of the issues affecting the […]

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Tough Wa Hurdle For Kotoko

Tough Wa Hurdle For Kotoko

  Basking in the glory of picking three straight wins from their first three games, defending league champions Kumasi Asante Kotoko will attempt a fourth straight win as they trek to the Upper West Regional capital Wa to play as guest of 8th-placed Wa All Stars this afternoon.

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