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Hearts players

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Hearts of Oak players are owed four months salaries, Sportscrusader.com reports. According to sources close to Sportscrusader.com, the Accra giants are in financial crisis despite having a sponsorship deal with Goil.

Our sources reveal that, the club’s players nearly boycotted training this week but it took the intervention of coach Frank Nuttall.

The late Coach Herbert Addo

Local Sports

The family of the late Coach Herbert Addo has fixed Saturday, June 24 for his burial. Coach Addo, who won the Ghana Premier League with Hearts of Oak in 2002 and Aduana Stars in 2010, died after a short illness at the 37 Military Hospital on Friday, March 24. He was 66.

He would be laid in state at his residence, Oyarifa Addo’s Farm, on the Accra-Aburi.

Former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah

Local Sports

Former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah, wants the state to do more in terms of developing young football talents.

Appiah was speaking in Elmina at the start of the national finals of the Milo U13 Champions League tournament. The former Juventus midfielder believes that the government needs to recognize the value of Ghanaian footballers and do a lot to groom them for the nation’s benefit.

The Blues have secured the signing of one of the best players from the Dutch giant's academy and he will join when the transfer window opens. Chelsea have beaten Manchester United, Manchester City and RB Leipzig to the signing of Ajax's 16-year-old wonderkid Daishawn Redan.

The teenage striker has been one of the most prolific in Ajax's youth set up since he joined at the age of eight and will join Chelsea's academy at Cobham Training Centre on July 1.

The former Chelsea midfielder has been slapped with a massive suspension for smashing a ball at two separate players deliberately. Former Chelsea attacker Oscar has been banned by the Chinese Football Association (CFA) for inciting a brawl in Shanghai SIPG's 1-1 draw on Sunday.

The Brazilian kicked the ball violently and purposefully against two Guangzhou R&F players, resulting in a fight on the pitch between both sets of teams.

Hugo Broos is not taking Australia for granted

Foreign Sports

Cameroon will seek to impose themselves early on in Thursday's match against Australia at the Confederations Cup," said coach Hugo Broos. 

The Indomitable Lions will be keen to avoid a repeat of the tepid start to their opening game of the tournament which they lost to Chile.

"I hope we start the game better than we did against Chile. The first 20 minutes were almost disastrous and if we didn't have a bit of luck on our side, we could have been 3-0 down."

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