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QUAO: GFA is saying a lot with a few words

GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi

Citi Sports’ Nathan Quao gives his take on the imminent arrival of a technical adviser and where it leaves the Ghana Football Association After months of evasion and denial, the cat was let out of the bag (or sack) when the Ghana Football Association on Monday that a committee (made of Fred Crenstsil, Fred Pappoe and the GFA’s Technical Director Oti Akenteng) had been set ...

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Baba Abdul Rahman joins Augsburg

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Ghanaian left-back Baba Abdul Rahman has signed for Bungesliga side Augsburg from Bundesliga 2 side Greuter Furth. Rahman, who is a former Kotoko player, completed the move on Wednesday after going through his medicals. Details of the move are undisclosed but the player will be wearing the number 12 jersey for Augsburg who finished 8th in last season’s German league. ...

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Presidential World Cup Commission begins sitting today

Justice Senyo Dzamefe (middle), Moses Foh-Amoaning and Kofi Anokye Owusu (right) are expected to begin work on Monday

The Presidential Commission set up by the government to investigate the issues surrounding the performance of the Black Stars at the 2014 World Cup is scheduled to start its work on Monday. The Commission of inquiry, made up of ace sports broadcaster and lawyer, Moses Foh Amoaning, Sports enthusiast Kofi Anokye Darko, and chaired by Appeals Court Judge, Justice Senyo ...

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Brazil 2014: “Commission of Inquiry will do its work, but will be careful” – Ayariga

Sports Minister Mahama Ayariga

Government is insisting the Presidential Commission set up to investigate Ghana’s participation at the World cup will continue with its work despite a warning by world football governing body, Fifa. A letter from Fifa addressed to the Ghana Football Association yesterday stated that the wording of some of the terms of reference for the Commission are purely football matters and ...

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I will not resign – Kwesi Appiah

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Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah has rubbished reports that he intends to resign from his position. Appiah’s job in charge of the senior national team, which he has had since 2012,  has come under intense scrutiny in recent times after successive failures at international tournaments. He led Ghana team to fourth place at the 2013 AFCON and failed to progress ...

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Muntari, Boateng to appear before W/C Commission

Justice Senyo Dzamefe (middle), Moses Foh-Amoaning and Kofi Anokye Owusu (right) are expected to begin work on Monday

Suspended Black Stars midfielders, Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng, will be among the the headline-makers when the Presidential Commission of Inquiry into the Black Stars’ Brazil 2014 World Cup fiasco begins its sitting next Monday. The chairman of the Commission, Justice Senyo Dzamefe, hinted the Graphic Sports in an exclusive interview at the African Regent Hotel yesterday. The soft-spoken Appeals ...

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Ghana to hire technical help for Kwesi Appiah?

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Sources tell supersport.com that Ghana are looking at hiring a technical director to help the embattled Kwesi Appiah. Following the team’s World Cup first round exit, an intense period of introspection has reportedly led to high-ranking officials asking for help for Appiah. The coach himself is on holiday in South Africa and the timing of these rumours could not be any ...

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Algeria coach heaps praises on Jordan Ayew

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The coach of the Algerian national team Christian Gourcuff has heaped praise on Ghanaian International Jordan Ayew after his move to FC Lorient. The newly appointed manager of the Desert Foxes -who is said to have played a part in the acquisition of the 22-year old- insists Jordan is one player to keep an eye on in the future. “Jordan ...

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