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Hearts of Oak have not settled on home grounds yet- Opare Addo

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Public Relations Officer of Accra Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo, has revealed that the club is yet to decide their home venue for next season’s Ghana Premier League games. Hearts and Inter Allies have been forced to look for new home grounds for next season’s league campaign after the Accra Sports Stadium was closed down for renovation. Reports in ...

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Cape Coast Stadium will be ready for Egypt game- Sannie Daara

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The Cape Coast Stadium pitch will be ready and in good condition for Sunday’s World Cup qualifier between Ghana and Egypt according to GFA Communications Director Ibrahim Sannie Daara. The Cape Coast Stadium has been under some amount of pressure recently after the stadium played host to the WAFU Cup as well as two of the Black Princesses World Cup ...

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President Mahama commissions new Cape Coast Stadium

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President John Dramani Mahama commissioned the new Cape Coast Stadium on Tuesday  for official use. The stadium, which sits 16,000 people, was constructed by Chinese firm Jiang Xi International Corporation and was fully financed by the Chinese government. Construction was completed earlier this year and following its official opening, the ground will now be available to the general public. President ...

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Cape Coast Stadium ’95 percent’ ready- Central Regional NSA boss

Almost Ready: The Cape Coast Stadium

The Central Regional Director of the National Sports Stadium, Kweku Abedu Wilson, has told Citi Sports that the Cape Coast Stadium will soon be ready for use. The construction, which started in October 2012,  was being handled by Chinese firm IPPR International Engineering Corporation after the Ghanaian and Chinese governments signed an MOU for a 30 million. According to Wilson, majority ...

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Mahama inspects Cape Coast stadium [Photos]

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President John Mahma on Saturday paid a working visit to the Central Region where he inspected the progress of work on the Cape Coast sports stadium. The 15000-capacity stadium is expected to be completed in August 2015 and it is being funded with a $30 million Chinese government grant. The stadium when completed will have eight runway tracks, a natural ...

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