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Female broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah and lawyer Sandra Ankobea have received the full blessing of Minister of Youth and Sports Nii Lantey Vanderpuye to work as ambassadors for women football in Ghana.

The two personalities are expected to raise funds in support and development of the Women’s game in the country.

The Minister, who admitted he was touched by the firm conviction of the two ladies in their pursuit of development of women football said he was looking forward to working with them.

“We have not set a target for the ladies in fact we need more money because the more they bring in the more they get,” Nii Lantey told the Press

The Minister also encouraged anyone who was interested in joining the two ladies in raising funds to come forward as it was the new direction in generating income.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 23:51

Swansea set to cash in on Ayew

Swansea City are ready to listen to offers for star man Andre Ayew, despite the positive impact of the Ghana midfielder since arriving from French giants Marseille last summer.

The Swans are set for a post-season rebuild in a bid to avoid the struggles that have undermined their current Premier League campaign.

And it is thought the club are keen to ship-on several squad regulars as they seek to freshen up the Liberty Stadium ranks and return to the spirit and style that has underpinned previous success at the top-level.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 22:55

Boxing: Legendary Night put off

Boxing fans hopeful of watching former world champions Joseph Agbeko and Joshua Clottey fight on the same bill in Accra this weekend may have to wait a little longer after the fight promoters, Fresh King Entertainment (FKE) and Box Office Sports Promotions (FKE), announced the postponement of the April 29 Legendary Night Boxing" bill.

The two former IBF world champions were to headline the bill scheduled for the Accra Sports Stadium, with middleweight Clottey and bantamweight Agbeko set to fight Brazilian Anderson Clayton and Filipino brawler Cris Alfante respectively in non-title bouts.

According to a press statement jointly signed by Eben Noye of FKE and Alex Ntiamoah-Boakye of BOSP, the two promotional outfits are working on a new date and further details will be announced in due course.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 22:33


The Premier League Board (PLB) has decided to issue special media tickets to accredited media organizations for the Ghana Premier League week 10 match between Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko at the Accra Sports Stadium on Monday May 2, 2016.

MEDIA HOUSES should kindly send their requests on a scanned letterhead to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., before the close of work on  Thursday April 28, 2016.

Each accredited broadcast media would be issued with two special media tickets while print and online media organizations will be issued with one each, which will be used alongside the GFA media accreditation cards.

Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye is of no doubt that his current club will deepen the woes of his former side Asante Kotoko when they meet in the league on Monday night.

Soulama spent a couple of season with Asante Kotoko where he helped them win the league title.

The Burkina international who has been a breath of fresh air since arriving at Hearts of Oak last year admits it’s always special playing in a derby game but says there is only one winner in Mondays game and it’s his current club.

Former Ghana skipper Stephen Appiah has confirmed he has started taking courses to become a coach five years after hanging up his boots.

Appiah who is regarded by many as the best Black Stars captain in modern era last played competitive in 2011.

Appiah has been involved in some projects and charity games, the latest being the Vodafone peace match to come off later this year in Accra and Kumasi.

But he confirms for the first time he is taking his batches.

Monday, 12 October 2015 21:58

Black Queens Coach demands $5000

Coach Yusif Basigi   is demanding a balance payment of $5000 for leading Ghana to clinch a historic gold in Women’s soccer at the 2015 All Africa Games.

Basigi was rightly handed $10,000 by officials of the Sports Ministry acting on instructions given by President John Mahama to have the initial $2000 reward for the team topped up to $5000.

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