Kumasi Asante Kotoko’s coach Steve Polack says he is impressed with the performance of his boys in their 1-0 victory against Proud United last Sunday and believes the victory signals the beginning of a turnaround for the traditional giants.
The Porcupine Warriors defeated the second-tier side 1-0 in an MTN FA Cup Round of 32 clash at Agona Swedru and Polack, who took over the affairs of the club just two weeks ago, believes the slim win is a sign of good things to come. He has, therefore, called on all hands to be on deck as they seek to build a competitive side for the second round of the Premier League beginning Sunday against Tema Youth.
Ashantigold coach, Charles Kobla Akonnor, says the club is keen on avoiding relegation from the Premier League when the second round resumes this Sunday with a visit to champions, Wa All Stars.
Akonnor believes that strengthening the team ahead of the second round of the top flight could prove positive in ensuring they maintain their place in the league.
Accra Hearts of Oak defensive midfielder Thomas Abbey believes he will make the final squad for the 2018 CHAN qualifiers and WAFU tournament to be hosted by Ghana in September despite receiving late call-up to the Black Stars 'B' camp alongside Medeama’s Justice Blay and Musah Nuhu of WAFA.
Abbey, 24, has been phenomenal for the Phobians this season, scoring seven goals with three assists. His exclusion from the squad named last week sparked off a debate among football fans, but he is now expected to join his teammates in camp today at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence at Prampram.
Three players have been called up to join the Black Stars 'B' camp when the team resumes camping at the Ghanaman Soccer Center of Excellence in Prampram.
Thomas Abbey (Hearts of Oak), Musah Nuhu (WAFA) and Justice Blay(Medeama) will all join the team as they resume training on Monday at 4pm.
Rejuvenated Immigration Ladies hope to capitalise on Hasaacas Ladies’ current topsy-turvy form to claim all three points when they host them on Sunday at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman in the top liner of the Match Day 5 fixtures of the National Women’s League (NWL).
The Chief Executive Officer of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey, has charged his players to improve upon their conversion rate and also have the killer instinct against top sides in the second round of the Premier League to enhance their challenge for the title.
The Chief Executive Officer of the McDan Group of Companies, Dr Daniel McKorley, has urged members of the Sports Writers Association of Ghana not to relent in their constructive criticisms of happenings in the sector.
The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, got the Vodafone Asantehene Gold Cup golf underway with an immaculate tee-off at the Royal Golf course in Kumasi yesterday to officially open this year’s five-day competition.
Eskişehirspor stopper, Jerry Akaminko is on the verge of making an emotional return to the Black Stars almost three years after an ankle injury cost him his place at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and landed him a three-year absence away from the team.
The 29-year-old suffered the career-threatening injury in May 2014 during an international friendly against the Netherlands ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup with current coach Kwasi Appiah watching from the sidelines.
A heavy downpour denied spectators the opportunity to witness a top of the table Sapholda Hockey League clash between Police and Ghana Revenue Authority on Saturday at the Theodosia Okoh Stadium.
The women's league leaders Police (9 points), having played a game more, headed into the week four tie boasting a three-point lead over rivals GRA in the standings.
The local-based Black Stars will face their Beninois counterparts in an international friendly at the Accra Sports Stadium this afternoon.
Traditional wrestling coach Cynthia Kafui Dotsey has been honoured by the West Africa Traditional Wrestling Federation as the first-ever female coach in an ECOWAS African Wrestling tournament.
She received her award at the just-ended Eighth ECOWAS Wrestling De Dakar in Senegal.
Ghana’s 400m star, Emmanuel Dasor has given Ghana a third ticket to this year’s Athletics World Championships in London after making the qualification time at the USA Outdoor Championship over the weekend.
Mr Anthony Kermah, the Chief Executive Officer of Landmark Promotions, believes there is the need for a paradigm shift in the way boxing is run in Ghana, if it is to come out of its current poor state.
The first Vice president of the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA), Dr Reginald Kpakpo Hansen-Thompson, has told the Graphic Sports he withdrew his nomination to contest the position of vice president of the boxing regulatory body again to concentrate on other important roles within the boxing regulatory body.
According to the 62-year-old royal, he was influenced to rescind his decision also because of a move to make him a Life patron of the GBA which is a very respectable and influential role within the boxing fraternity.