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The second edition of the Sanford Women's FA Cup competition was launched on Wednesday at the Ghana Football Association at a launching ceremony attended by GFA Vice President, George Afriyie.

The competition, initiated last year and sponsored by internationally respected health care organization Sanford World Clinic, will involve all 16 National Women's League clubs and clubs representing the various regions.

The preliminary round of the competition was played earlier this month to select the teams that will represent the regional league clubs in the round of 32 stage.

Michael Essien could be released by ambitious Indonesian side Persib Bandung in the second half of the season, club legend Yudi Guntara has claimed.

Essien, 34, signed a one-year deal with the option of an extension in March this year as a free agent.

But the Ghana international has struggled to adapt to the tough weather conditions in the country.

Kevin-Prince Boateng

The Black Stars coach says he has forgiven Muntari and KP Boateng following incidents that led to the expulsion of the duo from the 2014 WC

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah says he holds no grudges against Pescara midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari and Las Palmas star Kevin-Prince Boateng following camp incidents at the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil.

The duo were sent home from the tournament ahead of Ghana's last group game against Portugal due to ‘acts of indiscipline’ and are yet to make a return to the outfit.

Kwasi Appiah

Fifteen days after officially beginning work, Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah will be officially unveiled on Tuesday at the head office of the Ghana Football Association.

Appiah, who was reappointed as coach of the team two months ago, has already started working calling up players to the B-team as well as monitoring league centers and attending a couple of launching ceremonies.

It is widely reported that the former Ghana captain has signed a two-year contract with the Ghana FA.

Osei Palmer

Ghana Football Association Executive committee member Winfred Osei Palmer has defended his initial criticism on Black Stars Coach Kwesi Appiah.

Palmer had indicated the former Al Khatoum Coach was not competent for the top job in the National team.

His comments came prior to the re-appointment of Kwesi Appiah as head Coach of the Black Stars.

CAF Technical Committee Chairman - Kalusha Bwalya

CAF Technical Committee Chairman Kalusha Bwalya has tipped Ghana to win the 2017 African Junior Championship in Gabon.

The Zambia legend was enchanted by the 'complete' performance displayed by the Black Starlets in their 4-0 win over Cameroon on Sunday.

Black Starlets

Ghana’s under 17 team, the Black Starlets, produced a swashbuckling display of football as they began their African Cup of Nations with a 4-0 win over Cameroon.

The Starlets served a good recipe of revenge for Ghana and the Black Stars in particular who lost in the same country four months earlier to the Indomitable Lions.

Paa Kwasi Fabin and his charges took control of the game after a physical opening minutes dominating territorially and in possession. The team were a delight on and off the ball with players in perpetual motion offering team mates passing options time and again.

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