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Ghana needs $600k for 2016 Olympics

Ghana needs $600,000 in order to participate in the 2016 Olympic Games which is scheduled to take off in the Brazilian city of Rio on August 5.

Medeama beat YANGA 3-1 to record first CAF Confed Cup win

Ghana's only representative in Africa, Medeama SC  record the first win of their debut CAF Confederations Cup competition with a 3-1 victory against Young Africans of Tanzania at the Essipong Stadium on Tuesday.

GFA member asked me to do 'things' for U20 qualifier - Vanderpuye

The supposed feud between Sports Minister Nii Lantey Vanderpuye and the Kwesi Nyantakyi led Ghana Football Association (GFA) continues unabated as the minister has implied he refused to indulge in underhand dealings prompted by some GFA officers.

Africa to get two more slots at FIFA World Cup

President of world football governing body ‎(FIFA), Gianni Infantino, has said that he will‎ propose two more teams to come from Africa whenever the world football decides to increase the number of countries to participate in future World Cup tournaments.

I regret sleeping with my sister - Bukom Banku

Boxer and comic Braimah Kamoko a.k.a. Bukom Banku made a startling revelation on Sunday night at the Bukom Square in Accra when he submitted he has been sexually involved with his sister.

Heart of Lions players involved in accident, 9 admitted

The Tetteh Quarshie Hospital in the Eastern region was the recipient health care unit which attended to nine players of Kpando Heart of Lions, the Volta region based football club when the bus they were travelling on encountered a mishap.

Commander refuses out of court settlement with John Paintsil

Even though former Ghana international John Paintsil can smile that he got announced as the assistant coach of South African football giants Kaizer Chiefs, his assault case in Ghana could derail his transition of becoming a credible coach.

Retired Referee Agbovi is dead

A former Chairman of the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) Referees’ Committee, A. P. Agbovi, has died.

Thousands line up in Lisbon to welcome Ronaldo and co

Newly crowned European Champions, Portugal landed in the country's capital, Lisbon, on Monday  afternoon to a stunning reception from fans who lined the streets to watch Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani, Quaresma and company parade the trophy in an open bus.