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Ghana Black Stars

The Black Stars are now the 50th best national football team in the world, 14 places down their position same time last year

Ghana have fallen yet again, this time by a place, on the latest Fifa World Ranking released on Thursday.

July’s ranking sees Ghana on the 50th position with an accompanying decrease in total accumulated points from 678 to 665, having earlier dropped by four positions in June’s release.

Black Stars coach - Kwesi Appiah

The spokesperson of the Ministry of Youth and Sports Elvis Adjei Baah has stated that changes made at the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) is the reason behind the delay in paying Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah.

Appiah and his entire technical staff are yet to receive their salaries after assuming office three months ago.

Twenty-five (25) players have been invited into the National U-17 team with camping set to begin on 3rd July, 2017.

The Black Starlets are set to commence preparations for the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup to be hosted by India from October 5-28, 2017.

Most of the players who have been invited for Monday’s camping were part of the squad that qualified Ghana to the World Cup after placing second at the African U-17 Championship in Gabon earlier this year.

The ex-Black Stars attacker says competition in the national set-up is a good step towards building a continental-conquering team

Former Ghana international Laryea Kingston says new coach James Kwesi Appiah has shown an early promise of ending the country's Africa Cup of Nations drought.

Having led the Black Stars between 2012 and 2014, Appiah has been given a second chance to lead the team to continental glory for the first time since 1982.

Ghana's Asamoah Gyan signs for Kayserispor who were 15th in the Turkish League last season.

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has signed a two-year deal with Turkish club Kayserispor. He joins from the Chinese side Shanghai SIPG, who had loaned him to Al Ahli in the United Arab Emirates last season.

Joseph Agbeko

President of the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) Peter Zwennes has described two-time former bantamweight world champion Joseph Agbeko as a fraudulent boxer.

His comments come after Agbeko’s bout against Kenya’s Nick Otieno was called off last week due to some challenges in his opponent’s camp.

But Zwennes has revealed that the Ghana boxing Authority did not sanction the bout between Agbeko and Otieko.

Elmina Sharks FC

The General Manager Of Elmina Sharks George Wiredu has stated that since the club owner Dr. Papa Kwesi Ndoum has not called back Kwabina Amissah, Yaw Acheampong remains their coach.

Last week the owner of Elmina Sharks Papa Kwesi Ndoum asked head coach Kobina Amissah to proceed on a two match leave after disappointing results in the Ghana Premier League.

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