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Ashantigold SC have released 14 players from the roster ahead of the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League season.

Former Berekum Chelsea and one time GHPL top scorer, Kofi Owusu, has been let go, bringing to an end a miserable last 12 months with the Miners. Midfielder Conney Idan and defender Richard Ocran, who, like Kofi Owusu, only joined last season, have also been released.

Black Stars goalkeeper’s trainer, Richard Kingston has threatened to quit his job with the National team. The ex-Ghana international alleges his club, Emmanuel FC are being denied justice by the GFA judicial bodies regarding promotion to the Division one League.

Emmanuel FC missed out on promotion to Ghana’s second-tier League after the FA quashed a protest made by the Club.

The Media Officer of the Polish Football Association (PZPN), Jakub Kwiatkowski, has reconfirmed that the Poles will face the Super Eagles in a Pre-World Cup friendly on March 23, 2018 but stressed that the venue of the match has not yet been decided.

Nigeria national team coach Gernot Rohr first revealed that a friendly was in the offing which was later confirmed by by the head of the PZPN, Zbigniew Boniek.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko have officially announced the release of five players whose services will not be needed by the club in the upcoming season.

The Porcupine Warriors want to release some of the under-performing players to facilitate the way for new faces.

Already veteran goal keeper, Isaac Amoako has been shown the exit door and the latest players to have been affected by this shake- up exercise are Atta Kusi, Evans Quao, Kwame Boating and Emmanuel Osei Carlos.

The Tamale Sports Stadium has been officially renamed after the late former Vice President of Ghana, Alhaji Aliu Mahama.

Now known as Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium, incumbent Vice President, Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, inaugurated it at a colourful durbar of chiefs from the entire Northern Region.

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