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Andre and Jordan Ayew were not included in Kwesi Appiah’s 26-man squad named on Tuesday for Ghana’s next 2018 World Cup qualifier against Uganda on October 7.
The brothers missed Ghana’s trip to Congo Brazzaville in the last round due to injury and ill health.

Berekum Chelsea

The Chief Executive Officer of Berekum Chelsea, Mr Oduro Sarfo has stated categorically that his outfit is not a hub for rewarding academicians but rather a football club that recruit and train players who have football talents and exploits.

The shrewd football administrator made this public pronouncement in responds to the bizarre media mockery on his striker, Stephen Sarfo who exhibited some level of grammatical ineptness in an interview with Mamadou Gueye of Fox sports after the just ended WAFU tournament in Ghana.

The prodigy striker was expected to show some level of grammatical supremacy during the interview with the ex- Senegalese footballer after scoring 4 goals to win the WAFU top scorer accolade but the local black Stars lethal striker was out of his depth to match the language of the interviewer. This misfit, has taken a toll on him by some section of Ghanaian sports journalists who have exposed the sensational striker to public ridicule.

Cape Coast Sports Stadium

The Cape Coast Sports Stadium could host Ghana’s final FIFA World Cup qualifier against Egypt.

The newly built Cape Coast sports stadium hosted 16 West African countries in the just ended WAFU Championship which saw the Local Black Stars running home with the trophy as take and the gigantic attendance of people from all walk of place to watch almost all the matches has captured the attention of the GFA to honor the people of Central Region with another high profile match in October.

A former President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and member of WAFU Local Organizing Committee, Alhaji M. N. D. Jawula, has stated that he will not recommend government of Ghana to go for the hosting of the CHAN tournament in 2018.

In an interview with the media after the final game between Ghana and Nigeria, Mr. Jawula said, it will be laudable for Ghana to host the CHAN tournament looking at the numerous benefits it gives the country however, he does not support it.

The ex-football capo said, “I do not think the country is ready to host CHAN since the government is new and citizens expect much from government politically and economically”.

Kotoko Coach, Steve Pollack

The Head coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, George Steve Pollack has highlighted three top players that he wants the management of the Kumasi lads to buy to augment his team for next season.

The British trainer was at the Cape Coast sports stadium during WAFU tournament to scout some players who distinguished themselves in the competition to beef his squad.

Coach Frank Nuttal

Accra Hearts of Oak Coach, Frank Elliot Nutall has revived the hope of fans insisting the club is still in a pole position to whisk the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League title from the frontline winners, Dormaa Aduana Stars.

The Phobians are currently 4 points adrift of Aduana Stars with only four matches to draw the curtains down which most soccer pundits believe it is a tall-order battle for the rainbow boys to surmount but the Scottish trainer maintains he has the Arsenals to overturn the situation.

Coach Kwesi Appiah

The Head coach of the Senior National Soccer team, the Black Stars, Kwesi Appiah has applauded the performance of some of the local players who participated in the just ended West African Football Union [WAFU] Cup of Nations.

The Black Stars B players excelled creditably in the 16-nation WAFU tournament to the admiration of the head coach who has heaped praise on the players for making Ghana proud by winning the trophy.

“We need to congratulate the boys for putting up that performance. Their best has earned us the trophy and they have made us proud”, he said.

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