Ghanaian-born Chelsea U18 midfielder Tariq Lamptey was in full time action as the Blues U18 beat Sunderland in the quarter finals of the League Cup on Saturday afternoon.
The Chief Executive Officer of Wa All Stars, Nana Oduro Nyarko is calling on the Ghanaian government to pump money into the local league to help keep quality players to attract supporters to various stadia.
The Ghana Premier League [GPL] for the past 8 years, has been living at the mercy of influx of player exodus and this canker has been washing away the appetite and the ingredients of Ghana’s top flight league.
Many concerns have been raised against this alien culture in the Ghana premier league and the black Princesses management committee chairman believes many steps can be taken to negate this menace and one of such steps is the intervention of Ghana government to rigorously inject huge sums of money into the league to help avert this situation.
Asante Kotoko have announced massive changes to its technical team with Godwin Ablordey appointed Technical Director of the Youth Team.
Ablordey, an ex-club captain, was serving as Team Manager of the Senior Team. He holds a CAF License 'A' Coaching Certificate.
Former captain Henry Ohene Brenya who retired at the end of last season, has replaced Ablordey as Team Manager of the Senior Team.
With less than three months to the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast Australia, Ghanaian based athletes are set to continue their quest to qualify for the Games when the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) opens its 5th National Circuit Championships at the Sekondi Sports stadium on Saturday, 27th January 2018.
The Circuit, which is the biggest athletics meet on the domestic calendar, will serve to provide opportunities for Ghana-based athletes to qualify for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in April and the 2018 CAA Africa Senior Championships in Nigeria in August.
On the 5th anniversary of the Circuit, the athletics governing body has introduced non-circuit events on its calendar- including the women’s 100m and 400m, and the men’s 200m and 800m-to provide equal opportunities for athletes to meet the GAA’s qualifying standards which were published earlier this month.