Former Asante Kotoko Coach Zdravko Lugarusic has been appointed as Head Coach of the Sudanese National team.
The 55-year-old gaffer has been out of coaching since departing from Ghana Premier League [GPL] giants Asante Kotoko in April.
Former Ghana Football Association (GFA) Chairman Dr Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe says former Sports Minister Yaw Osarfo Marfo has no moral right to preach anti-corruption in Ghana football.
He said Osafo Mafo, who is now Senior Minister, should stop behaving like a ‘’good boy’’. Osafo Mafo, who is credited for his role in Ghana's first ever qualification to the World Cup in 2006, speaking at a forum to launch this year’s national anti-corruption and transparency week in Accra, alleged that corruption is responsible for the football stagnation in the country.
Former Kotoko skipper, Joseph Hendricks has worriedly dismissed social media reports which claim he has joined the silent majority.
The sudden death report went viral on the social media and currently glowing feathers all over.
This has been the culture of silence by many Ghanaians of late whereby they subject stars and celebrities to premature death but the ex-Kotoko defensive bedrock insists he has never fallen sick of let alone to experience his last breath on earth.
The management of Hearts of Oak have settled two months outstanding amounts in salaries and match bonuses of GH¢230,000 to the playing body and technical team.
Reports from the club's training ground suggest that, only three registered players turned up to training at the Legon Ajax Park on Monday with the rest made up of players from their junior side in protest of the unpaid cash.
Head coach of Elmina Sharks, Yaw Acheampong has said that the major challenge in Ghana’s premier league is the welfare of the players.
Speaking in an interview, Yaw said players in Ghana do not do well because of the amount of salary they are paid. But this same players do well when they travel to other countries because of the high amount of salary they paid over there.