MTN/FA Cup Set For Tomorrow

MTN/FA Cup champions, Medeama will know their next opponents when the Round of 32 Draw for the MTN FA Cup is held at the GFA Conference Room tomorrow at 11a.m.

The matches will be honoured from Thursday, February 6, to Monday, February 10, 2014. 

The following clubs have qualified for the draw:

They are: First Klass FC, Okwawu United, King Faisal Babies, Berekum Chelsea, Gold Stars, Hasaacas, Ashantigold, Danbort FC, Medeama, Dolphines FC, Bechem United, Pure Joy, Istanbul and Tarkwa United, New Edubiase, Kotoko, Bolga All Stars, Inter Allies, Mighty Jets, Liberty Professionals, Metro SC, Future Stars, Nania FC, Sampa United, Tema United, Red Lions, Feyenoord Academy and Kotoku Royals, UCC Youngstars FC. The rest are Rospack/Right To Dream/Ho Dynamos, Dawhenya/Royal Faith/Bazooka and Aduana/Asokwa Deportivo/Dunkwa United.

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan is named in CAF’s Africa finest XI team for the Year 2013.

Gyan, who was not on the final three-man shortlist for the continents Player of the Year prize is joined by eventual winner, Yaya Toure, who won his third consecutive award.

2013 Africa Cup of Nations winning coach and Coach of the Year Stephen Keshi of Nigeria was named as the manager of the team.

Ghana ace Yahaya Mohammed says his teammates are determined to win the third edition of the CHAN tournament which is underway in South Africa.

The versatile Asante Kotoko player is expected to be key for the local Black Stars at the tournament.

Mohammed, who can play in defence, midfield and attack, will be Ghana’s livewire.

“We are looking forward to the tournament. It is going to be a tough one,” Mohammed said.

“It is a new year with new challenges so we just want to write our own history as the class of 2014 and go all the way to the final and win because we are Ghana and whenever we are in competition much is expected of us so we will do all we can to win the tournament.”

Ghana will play their first Group C match today against Congo Brazzaville at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein.



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