The head coach of the national U- 17 team, Paa Kwasi Fabian has revealed that he is grateful to lead the Black Starlet for the World Cup, however, he will not hesitate to leave them for a club side should any lucrative offers from clubs visit his doorstep.
Liberty Professionals on Sunday skipped the last relegation threat hurdle by beating Kumasi Asante Kotoko by two goals to one at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman-Accra yesterday 22nd October, 2017.
Kotoko took the lead through Baba Mahama's 32nd minute goal before the highest scoring defender Samuel Sarfo leveled for the Scientific Soccer lads in 72nd minutes before Samuel Annan slot in the winner in the 82nd minutes.
The President of Phar Rangers Football Club Nana Yaw Amponsah, an early contender to replace Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kwesi Nyantakyi has released his ambitious manifesto for the 2019 polls.
The manifesto contains 12 reform proposals and 10 proposed projects which include a plan to renovate 64 training pitches for all league clubs within a four-year period.
Mr Amponsah is also hoping to introduce the concept of two Vice Presidents of the GFA to ensure effective delegation of powers.
He also plans to propose the adoption of a maximum of two four-year term tenure per GFA President.
The 2016/2017 Ghana Premier league came to an end at the various match centers yesterday with Aduana Stars clinching their second title in seven years with 57 points.
Despite the allegations of match fixing and poor officiating rocking the Ghana Premier League this season, The Black Stars Assistant Coach Maxwell Konadu thinks he witnessed one of the best and competitive league this season.
The Head Coach of the 2015/2016 League Champions Wa All Stars, Mumuni Abubakari Sakpori has blamed the failure of the league winners to defending their titles to injury situations.
Wa All Stars lost 2-0 to Emina Sharks at Elmina in the last match to place seventh at amassing 42 points which was not the best of form in comparison to last season.