Ghana Premier League

Zdravko Logarusic back in Ghana after 8-day break

Coach Zdravko Logarusic back in Ghana (Image credit: Asante Kotoko)

Coach Zdravko Logarusic is back to Accra, Ghana after his eight-day visit to his native country, Croatia. The Kotoko trainer returned on Monday night. He will spend the night in Accra and leave for Kumasi on Tuesday morning to continue his work at the club. Zdravko left last week immediately after the ill-fated Super Clash at the Accra Sports Stadium. ...

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EXCO approves Review Panel decision on Ref Samuel Sukah

Referee Samuel Sukah (Image credit: Frank Darkwah/ Ghana Sports Online)

The GFA Executive Committee has approved the Match Review Panel’s recommendation in respect of the Ghana Premier League between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko played in Accra. The Match Review Panel reviewed the video of the match to establish whether Referee Samuel Sukah’s decision to award a penalty kick to Accra Hearts of Oak in the 82nd minute of ...

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WAFA midfielder Majeed Ashimeru surprised by 4-1 thrashing of Wa All Stars

Majeed Ashimeru of WAFA

WAFA midfielder Majeed Ashimeru has described their 4-1 league thumping of defending champions Wa All Stars as ‘surprising’. The game was an outstanding league fixture due to Wa All Stars involvement in the CAF Champions League earlier in the season. Majeed Ashimeru’s wonder goal rounded off the scoring for the academy boys in what was their first away league win ...

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GHPL: WAFA thump Wa All Stars 4-1 in rescheduled tie


WAFA handed defending league champions, Wa All Stars, their heaviest home defeat in league via a 4-1 scoreline. The match was rescheduled due to All Stars’ participation in the CAF Champions League at the start of the season. However, WAFA seemed very ready for the match and took the lead in the 35th minute through Richard Danso. The home side ...

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Herbert Addo passes on


Former Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko, Aduana Stars and Inter Allies head coach, Herbert Addo, has died after a period of illness. He was 66. Addo, who retired from active coaching in 2016, was one of the nation’s best coaches in modern times with a career that lasted close to 40 years. He helped Aduana Stars to their one and ...

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Mavis Appiah: Breaking the gender barrier in Ghanaian coaching

Mavis Appiah, head coach of DC United in Division 2

Citi Sports’ Nathan Quao profiles Division Two side, DC United head coach, Mavis Appiah as she takes her first steps towards glory. Women’s football has been on the rise all around the world and it is quite evident in the increased coverage of women’s matches and competitions. The Women’s World Cup is now followed more closely around the world and ...

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Kotoko elated with Logarusic performance so far


Asante Kotoko have expressed delight at the performance of their Croat coach Zdravko Logarusic following his first 8 games in charge of the club. The experienced 52-year-old manager has prior experience working on the African continent following stints with Tanzania’s Simba SC. His wealth of experience in Ghana also endeared him to Asante Kotoko due to stints with Kumasi-based side ...

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Great Olympics shareholders eye Tom Strand to support Attram

Talal Fattal

Great Olympics could be getting a new coach after largest individual shareholders, Talal and Fadi Fattal of the Global Village Media Group, wrote to the club suggesting a change of manager. The Dade Boys, currently managed by player/ coach Godwin Attram, have not won a game this season in the league and the Fattal brothers have mentioned Tom Strand as ...

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J.E Sarpong lauds referee Sukah in Super 2 clash


Veteran Ghanaian coach J.E. Sarpong has applauded referee Samuel Sukah for his handling of the Ghana premier league clash between Hearts and Kotoko. Sukah came under immense criticism after awarding Hearts a late penalty after Kotoko defender Awal Mohammed was deemed to have blocked a shot with his arm. J.E. Sarpong commended Sukah’s performance in the high profile encounter and ...

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