THE Graphic Communications Group Ltd (GCGL) and Metro TV have joined forces to drive policy change initiatives aimed at influencing the development of sports in Ghana with the creation of a platform that brings together relevant stakeholders and networks to dialogue on the best policies direction and global best practices for Ghana sports development.
A former chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA), Alhaji Ali Raji, says as much as he pities dismissed Black Stars coach, Charles Kwabla Akonnor, his incompetence justified his dismissal.
FORMER Ghana Football Association (GFA) Chairman, Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe, believes the 72-hour deadline given to the three-member committee to search for a new Black Stars coach was limited and could only produce an inferior coach.
Former national hockey star and celebrated hockey official, Mr Frank Oti Mensah, says he fears Ghana may not achieve her dream of winning the two international championships it plans to host later this year and early next year as the host teams are unlikely to be fully prepared for the tough competition expected.
Algeria's Fethi Nourine and his coach Amar Benikhlef have been suspended for 10 years by the International Judo Federation (IJF) after withdrawing from the Tokyo Olympics to avoid facing an Israeli opponent.
Ghana and Zimbabwe are due to face each other in two 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches on October 6 and October 10 but have been left without coaches almost three weeks to the double-header encounters in Cape Coast and Harare, following the dismissal of the two national team coaches within a 24-hour interval.
Ghana’s senior female national team, the Black Queens are in Lagos, Nigeria to participate in the inaugural edition of the Aisha Buhari Invitational Tournament, an international tournament being organized by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
For the first time in over a decade Accra Hearts of Oak will be returning to continental competition when they open their CAF Champions League campaign against Guinean side, CI Kamsar, at the Accra Stadium on Sunday.
Joshua Buatsi hated boxing due to dangers it posed but little did he know that the sport would become his source of livelihood in the future. The World Boxing Association (WBA) International light-heavyweight champion has mastered the sport and is on course to fight for the world championship anytime soon.