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The Senior Soccer team, the Black Stars of Ghana have arrived in Uganda Capital Kampala ahead of the 2018 World Cup qualifier with the Cranes of Uganda.

A contingent made up of 21 players, nine officials and management members touched down at Entebbe International Airport from Kenya.

They were received by the protocol team Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA), according to a report by Ghana FA Spokesperson Saanie Diara.

The team had been in Kenya for the past four days preparing for the crucial game against the Cranes.

Ebusua Dwarfs' Dennis Korsah

Accra Hearts of Oak will return to Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday to host Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs after the Phobians were painfully beaten by Wa All Stars at the Wa Park.

The supporters of the capital-based club are consciously looking for compensation from their players having suffered a 2-1 defeat to defending league champions but the Cape Coast-based club is also determined to deepen the woes of the phobinas.

In an interview with ATL FM Sports, the left full back for the “Abontoabontoa” boys, Dennis Korsah has sounded a note of caution to the Phobians to start gathering their weapons of defense and prepare to welcome their second successive defeat after the recommencement of the league from the one month break.

Ghana began their campaign in the 2017 U-17 World Cup in India with a 1-0 win over Colombia at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi.
The goal was scored by Sadiq Ibrahim in the 39th minute. He met captain Eric Ayiah’s low cross from the left.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko drew 1-1 with Obuasi based Ashanti Gold at the Baba Yara Stadium on Thursday in a week 27 fixture of the Ghana Premiere League.

Ashgold took the lead courtesy Hans Kwoffie’s goal before the 1st half faded off after poor defending that was penalized by the Miners.

The Miners looked to have secured victory and bragging rights against their fierce rivals but with three minutes to end proceedings, Ashgold were made to pay for the missed opportunities they had to seal off their victory.

Ebusua Dwarfs Supporters Photo: Ghanasoccernet

Ebusua Dwarfs’ industrious defender, Christopher Boney has rubbished a bribery allegation leveled against him on the eve of their 3-1 triumph over Inter Allies last Wednesday by some supporters of the club.

The experienced defender had to be excluded from their midweek league game after some supporters led by Musah Achiawnu apparently accused him of hiding under the cloak of Coach Didi Dramani to negotiate a match of convenience with Inter Allies officials.

The enraged fans explained that they saw their hard-working defender together with some foreigners who were purported to have been officials of Inter Allies at the Elmina Beach Resort during the WAFU tournament.

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