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The female national under 20 football team, The Black Princess will face Cameroon in their next qualifiers to as they fight for a place in the 2018 FIFA U-20 tournament to be hosted by France. This follows the Ghanaian young ladies 5-1 triumph over their Kenyan counterparts over the weekend when they played their return leg qualifier. The Ghana team thus qualified 10-1 on aggregate.
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The President of the Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG)Mr. Kwabena Yeboah is very disappointed in the hierarchy of the Ghana Football Association for blaming journalists as cause of Ghana's inability to make it to Russia 2018. Mr. Yeboah finds it amazing how the GFA are always right and everybody else is wrong and is urging that the FA is modest in taking responsibility. He was wondering if Journos will be credited had Ghana qualified.There could be war of word from the SWAG boss and the GFA over this issue in the coming days.
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The official twitter handle of Asante Kotoko SC has announced that the club has signed a contract with coach Steven Polack.He will remain the head coach of the club until his contract runs out or terminated. Details of the contract i.e duration, salary etc are yet to be announced.
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Renowned Ghanaian journalist Michael Oti Adjei has decided to set the records straight following blame games in the media over who or what caused The Black Stars of Ghana to miss out on the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Whiles some blame it on the technical team and players, the Ghana Football Association Executive Committee, others blame it on present and past sports ministers. But this is what Michael Oti Adjei thinks. Oti Adjei Writes; The truth is that the attitude to the 2018 World Cup was wrong from day one. Tensions between the Ministry of Youth and Sports,…
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The Chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) Mr. Kudjoe Fianoo has confirmed that the GHALCA top 8 competition has been scheduled for January 6-21 2018. The tournament is expected to be played in Cape Coast and Kumasi and has 8 clubs divided into two groups, namely A and B. Group A has Asante Kotoko Sc, Dreams FC, Eleven Wonders FC and Aduana Stars FC whiles group B comprises of Accra Hearts of Oak, Ebusua Dwarfs, Karela FC and WAFA. The tournament originally Top 4 in the past has been transformed to Top 8 to help the first 8…

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