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Asamoah Gyan on Kayserispor

Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan says he will keep "digging till it's done" after completing a move to Turkish side Kayserispor.

After his five-year absence from Europe following a move from English club Sunderland in 2012, Gyan has finally returned to Europe.

Paa Kwesi Fabin

Ghana U-17 coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has revealed that he has not been paid for the past two years as a junior national team coach.

Speaking to Atinka TV Sports, Fabin said he want to focus on the FIFA U-17 world cup first before he will deal with his salary arrears.

Ghana Black Stars

The Black Stars are now the 50th best national football team in the world, 14 places down their position same time last year

Ghana have fallen yet again, this time by a place, on the latest Fifa World Ranking released on Thursday.

July’s ranking sees Ghana on the 50th position with an accompanying decrease in total accumulated points from 678 to 665, having earlier dropped by four positions in June’s release.

Ghana's Asamoah Gyan signs for Kayserispor who were 15th in the Turkish League last season.

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has signed a two-year deal with Turkish club Kayserispor. He joins from the Chinese side Shanghai SIPG, who had loaned him to Al Ahli in the United Arab Emirates last season.

Head coach of Ashgold SC - Charles Kwablah Akunnor

Head coach of Ashanti Gold SC Charles Kwablah Akunnor has stated emphatically that in other to avoid relegation, he needs the full support and focus of the team's supporters to help avoid relegation.

The coach who was awarded the 'Nasco Coach' of the month of June, took the opportunity to tell the teams supporters to keep calm and support the team with all their strength because it has ten matches to go in the Ghana Premier League [GPL] and until is over, they are capable of avoiding relegation.

Black Stars coach - Kwesi Appiah

The spokesperson of the Ministry of Youth and Sports Elvis Adjei Baah has stated that changes made at the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) is the reason behind the delay in paying Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah.

Appiah and his entire technical staff are yet to receive their salaries after assuming office three months ago.

Twenty-five (25) players have been invited into the National U-17 team with camping set to begin on 3rd July, 2017.

The Black Starlets are set to commence preparations for the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup to be hosted by India from October 5-28, 2017.

Most of the players who have been invited for Monday’s camping were part of the squad that qualified Ghana to the World Cup after placing second at the African U-17 Championship in Gabon earlier this year.

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