Ghana Under-17 coach Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin is excited with his side's resounding 4-0 win over hosts India on Thursday.
The Central Regional Sports Development Director, Abaido Wilson has said the National Sports Authority is very relevant and important in the country in terms of sports administration.
In an interview on ATL FM’s sports programme 'Agoro Nie Pie Mu Ka' on Wednesday, Mr Wilson disclosed that NSA is pivotal in the development of sports in Ghana, “Very relevant, very, very relevant in the sense that we are there as government officials for sports. We implement government’s policies on sports”, he said.
Mr. Wilson added that sports is all about collaboration as football is associated to FIFA, volleyball associated to international volleyball federation, all other sports are affiliated to international bodies.
Ghana Black Starlets Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin is anticipating a tough test as the Black Starlets play against India today Thursday 12 September, 2017 in the ongoing U-17 FIFA World Cup. After starting the tournament in a remarkable fashion by inflicting a 1-0 defeat on Colombia, the Black Starlets were put to the sword by the same score against USA on Monday 9th September, 2017.
Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte, is rumoured to be interested in signing Ghanaian international and Red Star Belgrade striker Richmond Boakye.
According to GhanaSoccernet, the news has been confirmed by a “credible Stamford Bridge source.”
Boakye, 24, has enjoyed an impressive start this season, scoring 10 goals and providing three assists in 16 appearances with Red Star Belgrade.
FIFA Referee Daniel Bennett from South Africa has been sidelined by Confederations of African Football (CAF) from officiating in the Champions League second-leg semifinal clash between Nady Al Ahly and Etoile du Sahel in Egypt.
Bennett, who was originally appointed to officiate in the crunch clash at the Borg el Aram Stadium, has been sidelined following his abysmal performance in the 2018 World Cup qualifier between the Cranes of Uganda and the Black Stars in Kampala last Saturday.
Mr Bennett and assistants denied Ghana a perfect goal in the 93rd minute with television replays showing that it was a perfect goal.
Vice President of the Ghana Football Association [GFA] - George Afriyie has been appointed to serve on Confederation of African Football [CAF] Cup of Nations Organizing Committee.
The Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) confirmed the appointment of Afriyie on Wednesday when he was invited to the body's headquarters in Egypt. He was sworn into office at the CAF headquarters in Cairo on Wednesday by the committee's president Amaju Pinnick of Nigeria.
Afriyie will serve a four-year term in office as he will contribute to the planning and execution of the continent's flagship football competition.