Ghana Premier League

Exclusive: Former Hearts duo Owusu Bempah and Afriyie secure Mexico move


Former Accra Hearts of Oak captain Joseph Owusu Bempah and former Bechem United striker Francis Afriyie are set for moves to Mexico after terminating their contracts with Serbian side FC Vojvodina, Citi Sports can exclusively reveal. The two players were at the Mexican Embassy in Belgrade on Tuesday to secure visas to Mexico. Bempah will sign a one year contract ...

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Steve Polack wants five new players at Kotoko


Kumasi Asante Kotoko coach Steve Polack has revealed that he is looking to sign five new players to augment his squad ahead of the 2017/2018 season. The English trainer joined up with his squad for pre-season training on Monday after returning from Europe where he was on holiday. Kotoko will be involved in three competitions next season – Ghana Premier League, MTN ...

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Inter Allies confirm Kenichi Yatsuhasi as new Head Coach


The Management of Inter Allies FC have reached an agreement with Kenichi Yatsuhasi for the Japanese trainer to take over as Head Coach of the club and its youth development side – Cedar Stars Academy, Ghana. ‪The Former Hearts of Oak coach is set to arrive in time for the club’s pre-season ahead of the 2017/18 campaign. The President of Inter ...

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GFA to give GHS 20,000 to bribe whistle blowers


The Ghana Football Association has taken a huge step to combat the growing canker of bribery in the Ghana Premier League by offering GHS 20,000 to anyone who provides concrete information on incidents of the act. The league, in recent years, has been hit with several bribery scandals and allegations made towards officials and players alike with some prominent club ...

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GFA Summit: New strategies will help attract sponsorship for the league- Kwesi Nyantakyi


President of the Ghana Football Association Kwesi Nyantakyi says he is optimistic that the Ghana Premier League will get a major headline sponsor before the commencement of next season’s campaign. The GFA has struggled to attract sponsors for the league which has resulted in the league going two years without a major sponsor. The GFA during its just-ended summit in ...

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GFA Summit: Here is what transpired


The Ghana Football Association organised a three-day summit in Cape Coast to take stock of last season’s activities. The summit was attended by Executive Committee Members of the GFA as well as invited stakeholders. From morning kick offs to reward for whistleblowers, this GFA summit really had it all. Citi Sports brings you highlights from Cape Coast: Which stakeholders were ...

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Isaac Twum close to Norway switch


Inter Allies midfielder Isaac Twum is set to complete a move to Norwegian League side IK Start as he arrives in Norway on Tuesday to complete his medical. A deal has been reached by the two sides, with the transfer subject a medical and personal terms. The 19-year old caught the attention of many foreign suitors when he captained the ...

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“Reduce scandals to attract sponsors”- Fred Pappoe tells GFA


Former Ghana Football Association Vice President, Fred Pappoe, has called on the leaders of the FA to do their best to reduce the amount of scandals that surround the Ghana Premier League if they want to attract sponsorship. The Ghana Premier League has been without a title sponsor for the past two seasons, a phenomenon Pappoe believes is down to ...

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GFA to hold three-day summit in Cape Coast


The Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) Executive Committee is holding a three-day summit in Cape Coast from Monday to address problems facing the country’s favourite sport while examining ways of improving on recent successes. The leadership of the country’s football governing body is meeting key internal and external stakeholders to explore the challenges faced by the game in recent times and how these ...

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“Innovative thinking is needed in GH Football”- Kurt Okraku


Executive Chairman of Dreams FC and a member of the GFA, Kurt Okraku, believes that innovative thinking from the people in charge of football in Ghana is what will take the local game forward. Observers including former FA vice-president, Fred Pappoe, have said that Ghanaian football is on the decline and only new ideas will bring progress. On November 23, ...

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