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Isaac Asiamah

Minister of Youth and Sports Isaac Asiamah has stated Ghana’s readiness to host the 2018 CHAN competition.
His proclamation follows CAF’s decision to strip Kenya, the original hosts, of the rights following a series of delays reported by the inspection team.

Ahmad Ahmad

The President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Dr Ahmad Ahmad has reiterated that in transforming the game on the African continent, he will gradually push through his agenda formulating policies that will help grow football. 

He said that his plan is to continue to build upon positive legacies stakeholders have made in that aspect.

Speaking as the Guest of Honour at the first Alhaji Sly Tetteh Legacy forum held last Sunday, the president of CAF expressed the input and influence of the Late Alhaji Sly Tetteh on the game.

The Local Organizing Committee of the just ended WAFU Cup of Nations have expressed satisfaction and appreciation to the media, supporters and the people of Cape Coast for the Support rallied behind them in the tournament.

The tournament ended last Sunday at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium where Ghana the host, emerged as the winners after beating rival Nigeria by four goals to one in the finals.

The tournament had a slow start in the opening games but jelled up later in the subsequent matches upon efforts put in place by the LOC to get people to the stadium.

Stephen Sarfo (15) is joined by team mate Winful Cobina in celebration after scoring a goal

Local Black Stars player, Stephen Sarfo has laughed off critics trolling him on social media for being deficient in the English language.

According to him, his deficiency in the Queen’s language has not stopped him from achieving the massive feat in his career.

Stephen Sarfo has been trending on social media for expressing himself poorly in English after he was adjudged Man of the match and also won the Golden Boot award in the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations.

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Upper East emerged winners of the 2nd national goalball championship in the male category which was held at the University of Cape Coast gymnasium over the weekend.

The championship included all the ten regions of Ghana with six regions being eliminated at the group stage. The four teams which qualified to the semifinals were Upper West, Upper East, Greater Accra and Ashanti regions.

The Organizers of the ongoing WAFU Cup of Nations have stated that tickets will be sold for the final matches of the tournament.

The tournament has run apparently on free gates in a bid to attract people to the stadium, however on Sunday, 24th September, 2017 there will be charges at all the gates.

Niger will play Benin in the third and fourth place match which will be played at 2:00pm on Sunday, 24th September, 2017 while the finals will be between the Black Stars of Ghana and the Super Eagles of Nigeria at 6:00pm on Sunday at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.

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