Ghana Premier League

Unhappy Nyantakyi responds to Fianoo’s “opprobrium”


President of the Ghana Football Association Kwesi Nyantakyi has cautioned GHALCA boss Kudjoe Fianoo to stop publicly badmouthing him amid recent comments from the latter. Fianoo, in recent times has become increasingly critical of the GFA president, questioning Nyantakyi’s commitment in leading the Association. Nyantakyi has swiftly warned Fianoo to stay focus on his work as GHALCA boss and avoid ...

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GHPL: Player and Coach of the Month to receive NASCO television sets


The winners of this season’s Ghana Premier League Player and Coach of the month awards will walk away with NASCO LED television sets after it was revealed at the launch of the new Premier League season on Monday at the forecourt of the Ghana Football Association headquarters. This is an upgrade on the NASCO mobile phones that last season’s winners ...

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Fans unhappy with new Ghana Premier League logo


Football fans in Ghana did not have any issues expressing their displeasure at the new logo for the 2018 Ghana Premier League season. The logo was unveiled at the launch of the new league season at the GFA’s Premises on Monday evening. A new logo had been in the works for some time especially as fans complained of the previous ...

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2018 Ghana Premier League launched

PLB boss Ashford Tettey Oku speaking at the launch of the 2018 Ghana Premier League

The 2018 Ghana Premier League season was officially launched at the premises of the Ghana Football Association on Monday. The event finally came off after a second take following an application of an injunction by Great Olympics that held up the start of the league season. Olympics’ application for the injunction was subsequently thrown out by a High Court and ...

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Medeama to float shares on Ghana Stock Exchange

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Ghana Premier League side, Medeama Sporting Club, has announced it will float shares on the Ghana Stock Exchange in a bid to attain some financial stability. The 2016 CAF Confederation Cup campaigners are privately owned by business tycoon Moses Armah, popularly known as Parker. The date for the launch of the Initial Public Offer (IPO) has yet to be announced. ...

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Kotoko appoint Paa Kwesi Fabin


Asante Kotoko have appointed former Black Starlets head coach, Paa Kwesi Fabin, to run the team ahead of the upcoming Ghana Premier League season. The announcement was made on Sunday via Kotoko’s official Twitter handle two days after Steven Polack was fired by the team on returning from Congo Brazzaville where they had lost 7-6 on penalties to CARA in ...

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Asante Kotoko fire Steve Polack


Asante Kotoko have dismissed head coach Steve Polack following the club’s exit from the CAF Confederations Cup at the hands of CARA Club of Congo Brazzaville on Wednesday. Kotoko appointed Polack in May 2017 and he led them to win the 2017 MTN FA Cup after they beat Hearts of Oak 3-1 in Tamale. The feat qualified them to the ...

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Hearts of Oak: Swedru feels like home


Accra Hearts of Oak have finally settled on the Swedru Sports stadium as their home ground for the upcoming Ghana Premier League season. The decision appears to have left a few individuals puzzled, with grounds like El Wak and the Tema Sports Stadium viewed as more natural replacements for the Accra Sports stadium which is closed temporarily for renovation work ...

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CAFCL: Aduana beat Al Tahaddy to qualify for 2nd round


Aduana Stars beat Al-Tahaddy of Libya 2-0 on Wednesday to qualify 2-1 on aggregate to the second round of the CAF Champions League qualifiers. Aduana lost 2-1 in the first leg and needed to win the return leg by at least 2-0 to progress. Elvis Opoku and Derrick Sasraku  found goals in either half to send the Ghana Premier League ...

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CAF Confed Cup: Asante Kotoko lose to CARA on penalties


Asante Kotoko lost 7-6 on penalties in Brazzaville to CARA to exit the CAF Confederation Cup  on Thursday. The match ended 1-0 after regulation time and that tied the match 1-1 on aggregate. CARA got their goal in the 41st minute but they twice conceded to Kotoko only for the goals to be ruled out for offside. In the shootout, ...

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