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BREAKING NEWS : GHANA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION SUSPENDS ALL MATCHES

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. This

SWANSEA REWARD JORDAN AYEW’S EFFORT WITH PLAYER OF THE MONTH OF JANUARY

Ghanaian attacker Jordan Ayew has been named the Swansea player of the month of January after his impressive form displayed recently. The Ghanaian international got the most votes ahead of goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski and midfielder Alfie Mawson to win the award. Jordan scored three goals in the month in addition to some

SEEDORF GIVES LIFELINE TO SULLEY MUNTARI AT DEPORTIVO LA CORUNA

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The signing of Clarence Seedorf as new coach of Spanish Club, Deportivo La Coruna has given some life line to former Ghanaian international Sulley Ali Muntari. Muntari is currently club-less after stints with Pescara which resulted in controversial racial issues which caught the international community's attention. The former Champions League winner with Inter

BERNARD TEKPETEY TO SERVE TWO MATCH BAN AFTER HIS UNWARRANTED REACTION TO RACIST CHANT

Ghana’s Bernard Tekpetey is set to serve a two match ban after he was sent off for his unwarranted reaction to a supposed racist chant during an Austrian Cup tie. The 20-year-old who plays for Altach is reported to have negatively shown some gestures towards Union Gurten’s fans after scoring his side’s

KWASI NYANTAKYI ASKS GHANAIANS NOT TO BE EMOTIONAL BUT RATIONAL IN DEALING WITH GYAN AND THE AYEWS

The President of Ghana Football Association, Mr Kwasi Nyantakyi has asked Ghanaians not to be emotional about pushing Asamoah Gyan, Jordan Ayew and Dede Ayew out of the Senior National team. Captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan and his deputy Andre Dede Ayew as well as his brother Jordan Ayew

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