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Hearts coach Yaw Preko resigns

Accra Hearts of Oak's Yaw Preko has resigned as the interim coach of the club over lack of respect from management.

The EPL title chase is on..Games to look out for

With just a point separating the top five, the Premier League's leading lights are already looking ahead to where the gaps could open up in the coming weeks — or close up for those following behind.

GFA Boss turns 47, FIFA Boss wishes him well

President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi celebrated his forty-seventh birthday yesterday with a lot of well-wishing messaages coming his way.

Coach Afranie hospitalized

Former Ghana coach, Emmanuel Kwesi Afranie is currently battling for his life at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Six lucky winners take home Betway Jackpot

Six lucky winners have won GHS 7,500 in the Betway Jackpot. In August, the web-based betting outfit introduced a GHS 200,000 Jackpot and a GHS 2.5 million Bonanza for football betting buffs to enjoy.

Black Starlets need exposure before Madagascar tourney - Coach

With Ghana’s Under 17 male team, the Black Starlets set to feature in the continent’s tourney, the side’s Assistant Coach acknowledged the young lads need exposure to avoid being awed when the competition takes off.

Manchester Derby tonight in English League Cup

Manchester United will host Manchester City at Old Trafford in the English League Cup tonight Jose Mourinho managed to put the defeat to Chelsea behind and looking ahead to give Pep Guardiola and his side a good game.

Kwadwo Asamoah back to training

Ghana and Juventus midfielder has made an early return from injury as he resumed training with the first team on Monday.

Klopp's Liverpool host Tottenham in League Cup tonight.

“Anfield, where greatness happens” was a slogan that caught Gary Neville’s eye when he went to Liverpool on Monday. The former Manchester United captain took a photo and tweeted “happened”.

Ronaldo,Bale and Aguero on 30-man shortlist for Ballon d'Or

It's been another stellar calendar year for Cristiano Ronaldo and the superstar's feats have seen him named on the shortlist for the Ballon d'Or.

The Portuguese forward has made the 30-man cut for the prestigious award - which heralds the greatest player of the past 12 months.

Ronaldo was among the first batch of nominees to be announced by France Football - with all 30 set to be revealed throughout Monday.

The 31-year-old has shone for club and country in 2016 - scoring the winning penalty as Real Madrid won the Champions League in May before captaining Portugal to their first European Championship two months later.

Ronaldo is joined by Real team-mate Gareth Bale on the shortlist - with the 26-year-old also shining on the club and international stage.

As well as his role in guiding Real to their 11th European Cup, the forward inspired Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016.

Aside from the dynamic duo there is Premier League representation in the form of Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne.

This year's Ballon d'Or is judged solely by a panel of journalists after FIFA and France Football parted ways.

In 2010 they merged to form the FIFA Ballon d'Or, a combination of the previous Fifa World Player of the Year prize with the French publication's prestigious individual prize, but now that is no more. 

The first set of nominees include:

Sergio Aguero

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Gareth Bale

Gianluigi Buffon

Cristiano Ronaldo

Kevin De Bruyne

Paulo Dybala

Diego Godín

Antoine Griezmann

Gonzalo Higuain

Source: Mail Online