Former Ghana International Yaw Joachim Acheampong has been appointed as the new Elmina Sharks coach. This decision came after Head Coach of Elmina Sharks - Kwabena Amissah was asked to proceed on a two match leave after disappointing results in the Ghana Premier League.
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.
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.
Miami FC midfielder Kwadwo Poku will join the Black Stars team for their upcoming friendly matches against USA and Mexico. Poku will join the team’s camp when they arrive in the United States over the weekend.
The former New York City midfielder comes in to replace deputy skipper Andre Ayew and Jordan Ayew who will not travel with the team for the matches.
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.
Elmina Sharks have asked Coach Kobina Amissah to proceed on a two-game leave. The club owner Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom and the club's top management took the decision after a crisis meeting on Wednesday.
Information gathered by ATL FM indicated that most of the players had fallen out with the coach and this might be one of the causes of such decision by management.
Cape Coast based second division side Cape Coast Metro youth FC has unveiled a new club logo as part of rebranding of the club. The club is currently in their third year and hopes to build on their growing reputation in the Central Region.
The logo which is adorned with the club’s colors; red, gold and green and the club’s motto “Nyame Ay3” which translates literally to 'God has done it'.
The Chief Executive Officer of the club Mr. Yaw Sekyere disclosed to the media that the new logo was part of a new phase for the club. He said the club is doing some restructuring to attract investors and sponsors. This he said was necessary to push their players from the grassroots into the professional stream of Ghana football.