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Black Maidens are through to the next round of the FIFA U/17 Women’s World Cup Qualifier after beating the Scorpions of Gambia 2-0 in the second leg at the new Cape Coast stadium.

Goals scored by Suzzy Dede Teye in the 89th minute and the one scored by Mukaramah Abdulai in the 92nd minute gave Ghana a 7:1 aggregate over the Gambians to seal through to the next stage of the qualifier.

Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professionals have been sold to Bryan Acheampong, according to Accra-based Happy FM.

The Dansoman-based outfit have for the past two seasons been battling with relegation and reports from Accra-based radio station, Happy FM, the club have been acquired by a business mogul, Bryan Acheampong.

The Minority Leader in Parliament and the MP for Tamale South Constituency, Haruna Iddrisu wants the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to appear before Parliament to explain why the Black Stars failed to qualify for the Russia 2018 World Cup.

Ghana missed out on the Russia showpiece after placing third in Group E, trailing behind leaders, Egypt and second placed Uganda and the astute politician is calling for reason for the failure.

Speaking at Parliament Sitting yesterday, Hon. Iddrisu thinks news of success chalked that are reported must also be done same for Ghana missing out in Russia.

Reports reaching ATL FM Sports indicates that Kumasi Asante Kotoko have agreed a two-year contract deal with Aduana Stars left full- back Daniel Darkwah.

The hardworking defender is purported to have ran out of contract with the Ghana premier league Champions and he is looking forward to cross the carpet to the fabulous lads.

Reliable report reveals that the soaring defender is on the horizon to ink two years contract with the porcupine warriors latest by next week.

Ghana's oldest multi-sport facility, the Azumah Nelson sports complex is set to be transformed into a modern Sports and Youth facility to aid sports development in the country.

Originally known as the Kaneshie Sports Complex, the facility has been in a very deplorable state and has seen very little maintenance by the state since it was built in the 1970s.

The poor state of the stadium, which has a capacity of 10,000 spectators, has led to many sports fanatics asking Ghanaian boxing legend Azumah Nelson to get his name off the edifice. But that may not be necessary anymore following the Youth and Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah's revelation that the stadium will soon receive a massive facelift.

Aduana Stars have emerged in front of the queue to sign Yaya Mohammed who is currently unattached.

The experienced attacker terminated his contract with Tanzanian giants, Azam fc on mutual consent and he is currently in Ghana to add his rich experience to the Ghana Premier league.

Earlier reports in the local media suggest that the phobians are in the pole position to lure the services of the ex-Kotoko most prized possession but ATL FM Sports can exclusive reveal that the phobians are now facing a hard-hitting opposition from Ghana premier league champions, Aduana Stars.

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