The Public Relations Officer of the MOYS has disclosed to Ghanasoccernet.com that the attempt of getting official residence for the national team coaches has started with that of the Black Stars coach setting the pace.
The race for the African Player of the Year and Player of the Year (Based in Africa) is gathering momentum with the announcement of the shortlisted players for the two categories.
Eleven (11) players made the cut for the Player of the Year and Ten (10) for the Player of the Year (Based in Africa) after votes by members of the CAF Technical & Development Committee, CAF Media Experts Panel and Independent Media and TV Consultants, from the initial 30-man list.
The second and final phase will involve Head Coaches or Technical Directors of the National Associations taking part in the voting exercise and ten members from the Independent Media and TV Consultants group.
The Ghana Football Association Executive Committee is holding a three-day summit in Cape Coast starting today (Monday) to address problems facing the country's favorite sport while examining the ways of improving on recent successes.
The leadership of the country's football governing body is meeting key internal and external stakeholders to explore the challenges faced by the game in recent times and how these could be solved.
The outcome of the three-day brainstorming initiative led by the president of the GFA, Kwesi Nyantakyi, will be put forward to Congress for consideration to improve the game ahead of the start of the next football season.
The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for Africa Women's Cup of Nations 2018 will be inspecting the New Cape Coast Stadium facility ahead of Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) inspection.
The inspection team which will be led by Chairman of the National Sports Authority, Honorable Kwadwo Baah Agyemang and Chairperson of the Women’s League Board Madam, Leanier Addy will inspect the New Cape Coast Stadium facility as part of their preparation to host the 2018 Africa Womens Cup of Nations in Ghana.
No Ghanaian player is in contention for the flagship African Player of the Year after Christian Atsu and Thomas Partey failed to make the cut for the second phase of shortlisted players.
The Black Stars duo received tallied few votes cast by members of the CAF Technical & Development Committee, CAF Media Experts Panel and Independent Media and TV Consultants from the initial 30-man list.
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Relegated Bolga All Stars have told suitors of Moro Ibrahim to pay US$ 300,000 for his services. The talented left back as been heavily linked with a move to Ghanaian giants Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
All Stars are resigned to losing him with mounting interest in the Black Stars B player but say his price tag must be met.