The Executive Committee of the Confederation of African Football have relieved Ghana of the hosting rights for the Africa U-17 Qualifying Championships.
Africa's football governing body has rather given these rights to Niger as a result of the latest episode of the ongoing crisis in Ghana football.
Football activities in Ghana have been
The Ghana Football Association has postponed all football matches until further notice.
This is as a result of a directive from the the government of Ghana.
In effect, the MTN FA Cup Round of 32 matches and the Sanford Women’s FA Cup Round of 16 games will not come off as scheduled.
Emmanuel Toku who featured prominently for Ghana in the FIFA U-17 Championship has revealed why he could not perform to his expected level during the tournament.
The diminutive offensive midfielder accepted that he performed below par especially in the game against Mali which saw the Black Starlets been eliminated at the
Coach Samuel 'Paa' Kwesi Fabian who was in charge of Ghana's U-17 team during their campaign at the ongoing FIFA U-17 World Cup in India has outlined his challenges that saw the Starlets losing to Mali at the quarter finals.
"Black Starlets' preparation for the world cup was inadequate .I also
Eric Ayiah, captain of Ghana's U-17 team, Black Starlets has given his general view of the performance of the team at the FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP.
The Starlets Captain spoke on Metro FM in Kumasi on Wednesday.
"There was pressure on me at the beginning of the World Cup but I told
The Eaglets of Mali beat Ghana's Black Starlets 2-1 in the first quarterfinal of the FIFA U17 World Cup today at Guwahati to become the first team to book their semis berth.
Hadji Drame drew first blood for the _Les Aiglonnets _in the 15th minute and Djemoussa Traore doubled their lead
Along with the festive mood of Diwali, the crowd in Navi Mumbai were treated to an all-African battle as Ghana and Niger clashed for the Round of 16 on Wednesday evening as the former reigned supreme by a 2-0 margin in the FIFA U 17 World Cup.
A penalty-kick from skipper
Ghana's U-17 team, Black Starlets will meet their African counterparts, Niger in the knockout of the on going FIFA U-17 World Cup in India.
Ghana topped group A with 6 points whereas Niger qualified as third best placed team in group C.
The two sides clash on Wednesday, 18th October, 2017.
Colombia gave the surprise of the tournament when they became victors in a 3-1 over USA in a hard-fought match that sees both teams go through from Group A at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017.
The match was played on Thursday night in India.
The result leaves both sides on
Ghana's Black Starlets have qualified for the knockout stage of the on going FIFA U-17 World Cup in India.
Two goals by captain Eric Ayiah helped Ghana to a 4-0 victory over India in their final Group A match at the FIFA U-17 World Cup on Thursday. With the result, Ghana