Ghana Premier League

Kotoko set to finally play Hearts following PLB clearance


The Premier League Board have announced the dates for Kumasi Asante Kotoko’s outstanding league games, after a second medical review from Asante Kotoko to the GFA/PLB, indicated that the team will be medically ready to play by August 6, 2017. The PLB earlier this month postponed Kotoko’s league fixtures against arch rivals Hearts of Oak and WAFA after their team ...

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Palmer accuses Hearts Coach of using F-Word against his Players.


Frank Nutall, Hearts of Oak coach, after being accused of using the F-word by Tema Youth Owner Winfred Osei, is likely to be called for questioning by the Ghana Football Association Disciplinary Committee. The Tema Youth Owner, who is also a member of the Black Stars management Committee wants the the Scottish trainer to be penalized for abusing his players ...

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It’s now down to the players- Abubakar


Head Coach of league leaders Aduana Stars, Yusif Abubakar, has thrown out a challenge to his players telling them to take charge of their title challenge in the Ghana Premier League. The Dormaa based had their goalkeeper Joseph Addo to thank as they were held to a goalless draw at rivals Medeama over the weekend and blew the chance to ...

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Adottey pleased with his side’s showing


Head Coach of Medeama Evans Adottey has expressed satisfaction at his side’s output in their goalless home draw against league leaders Aduana Stars at the weekend. The fiery end to end encounter saw a solid defensive display from both sides, with Medeama coming close to stealing all three points but for a stunning double save from Aduana goalkeeper Joseph Addo ...

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Hearts of Oak backroom staff unpaid for 5 months


The entire technical team of Accra Hearts of Oak including head coach Frank Nuttal have not been paid their for five months. The members of the technical team last received their salaries in February. Public Relations Officer of the club Kwame Opare Addo confirmed the shocking development to Citi-Sports and says management of the club is working hard to resolve ...

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Pollack walks for first time after Kotoko bus crash


Head Coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko Steve Pollack is making a steady recovery after he took his first steps following his knee surgery. The Englishman severely damaged his knees in an accident last Wednesday when the team bus ran into a stationary truck on the Nkawkaw road while returning to Kumasi after a Ghana Premier League game at Inter Allies. ...

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Bolga All Stars coach Baba Nuhu still hopeful of survival


Head Coach of Bolga All Stars Baba Nuhu Mallam has refused to give up hopes of his side’s league survival after their poor form continued in game week 23 action of the Ghana Premier League. Bolga All Stars are now staring down the barrel of relegation after they succumbed to yet another defeat in the league on Saturday, going down ...

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GHPL Week 23: Medeama smash Olympics as Sharks bite AshGold

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Medeama Sporting Club did a number on their former head coach, Tom Strand, when they beat Great Olympics 3-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Yellow and Mauves have been unhappy with Strand since he left them without warning in South Africa during their campaign in the CAF Confederations Cup in 2015. And they sought to get their revenge, at ...

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Pollack undergoes successful surgery


Kumasi Asante Kotoko head coach Steve Pollack has successfully undergone surgery at the Komfo Anokye Teaching. The coach severely damaged his knees in Wednesday night’s tragic accident around Nkawkaw on their way back to Kumasi after their Ghana Premier League game against Inter Allies. Pollack along with striker Ollenu Ashitey and driver Nana Bechie are the only ones still on ...

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