Thursday, January 21, 2021

Accra Great Olympics beat Kotoko

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Accra Great Olympics on Thursday, defeated Kumasi Asante Kotoko 0-1. The game which was played at the Accra Sports Stadium saw the Porcupine Warriors tipped...

Ghana beat Niger on penalties to reach WAFU final

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Ghana’s Black Satellites on Tuesday, December 15, 2020, beat Niger 5-3 on penalties to reach the finals of the WAFU Zone B Cup of...

Hearts of Oak beat Dreams FC record first season win

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Accra Hearts of Oak were simply unstoppable on Sunday when they took on Dreams FC in a matchday five fixtures as they outclassed their...

The new face of scouting in Ghana

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Football in Ghana has a long history littered with highs and lows in equal measure. Since making League and international football debuts in 1957,...

Govt supports 18 premier league clubs with GHC50,000 each

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President Akufo Addo has authorized the Ministry of Youth and Sports to release an amount of nine hundred thousand cedis (GHC900,000) as the first...

Nkawkaw stadium will brighten the image of Kwahu; 4more4Nana – Kwahu Gyasehene

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The Chief of Atibie who doubles as the Gyaasehene for Kwahu Traditional Authority Berimah Kwame Asante Betiani II has said, the renovation of Nkawkaw...

Ahly down Zamalek to win record extending 9th Champions League crown

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Mohamed Madgy Afsha scored a beauty of a goal with four minutes left on the clock as Al Ahly beat Zamalek 2-1 at the...

The Best FIFA Player of the Year Awards 2020: See full list of nominees

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World football governing body FIFA has released the nominees’ list of the Best FIFA Player of the Year Awards 2020. Notable names on the list...

Football legend Diego Maradona dies aged 60

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Football legend Diego Maradona, one of the greatest players of all time, has died at the age of 60. The former Argentina attacking midfielder and...

Ismael, Lariba emerged winners of Koforidua Marathon 2020

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Ismael Fialor and Sakat Lariba have been crowned the 2020 Koforidua Marathon champion after they won the 42.190kilometres race successfully to mark the maiden...