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Communication director of Hearts of Oak Kwame Opare Addo says the club are in the dark over the arrival of coach Frank Elliot Nuttal as pre-season intensifies ahead of the upcoming season.

The Scottish gaffer has been away at his native country for the past 21 days where he has been spending time with his family following a busy season with the Phobians last season.

Ministry of Youth and Sports in collaboration with the Ghana Football Association [GFA] has put together a commemorative match between Northern Ghana and Southern Ghana select side to honour the late Vice President of Ghana, Alhaji Aliu Mahama on Sunday December 10, 2017 at Tamale Sports Stadium. The winner will take home a trophy and a cash prize of GHC 50,000.

The Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Pius Enam Hadzide at a press briefing yesterday December 4, 2017 at the GFA secretariat announced that the match will be preceded by several activities including a re-naming of the 21,000 Tamale capacity stadium in Alhaji Mahama's honour by President Akufo-Addo.

ATL FM Sports can exclusively confirm that Sudanese side Al Merreikh is on the verge of signing Ghanaian-born Niger defender Kofi Dankwae. If signed on, Dankwae will assist the team in the next season and also in their participation at the Confederation of African Football [CAF] Champions League.

The robust defender was very instrumental and captained the Menas of Niger team that placed third in the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations which took place in Ghana.

Aduana Stars have agreed contractual agreement with Nigerien international, Adebayor Adje Victorien in their bid to build a winsome team ahead of their next year’s CAF Champions league campaign.

The attacking midfielder had an excellent performance for Niger during the WAFU tournament in Ghana and this impressive performance has magnetized the Ghana Premier League Champions to lure his services.

Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Leonard Tawiah has debunked media report that suggests that he was in talks with the Ghana Premier League [GPL] champions, Aduana Stars following the expiration of his contract with Accra Hearts of Oak.

The ex-Aduana Stars player was the fulcrum at the Phobians’ midfield in last season’s Ghana premier league with his aggressiveness and perseverance which made the rainbow boys narrowly lose the premier league title to the Dormaa-based club.

Reports are rampant in the local media that the impervious midfielder is on the cusp of joining the Ghana league Champions since his contract with the phobians has elapsed but the hardworking midfielder maintains he is quite oblivious about such news.

Aduana Stars have declared their support for their long-serving defender, Godfred Saka who is currently on the verge of joining Nigerian outfit Enyimba.

The veteran defender has been with the former CAF Champions League winners for the past one month following his desire to open a new chapter in his football career and his parent club, Aduana Stars is optimistic the dedicated defender will succeed at the end.

Public Relations Officer of Accra Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo has revealed that the Phobians will not embark on a wholesale recruitment ahead of the forthcoming season.

Almost six of the Club’s regular players who led the them to place third in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season had their contracts expired with their fates, still hanging in the air with the Club reportedly looking for their replacements.

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