This week’s crushing verdict by the Ghana Football Association that banned champions Asante Kotoko from playing their Glo Premier League home matches at the Baba Yara Stadium for an indefinite period could prove the defining moment for the club’s title-winning chances this year.
Eight out of 23 teams push off the Dwadefo Adanfo Greater Accra Hockey League at the National Hockey Stadium today as CEPS brace up to redeem their image after losing last week’s gala trophy to Exchequers.
A two-member delegation from the Kenya Amputee Football Federation (KAFF) yesterday completed a four-day learning experience in Ghana, host of last Amputee Cup of Nations, as the east African country prepares to host the next edition of the competition.
At 73 years, burly-looking, strong and healthy, one is likely to overlook Ebenezer Charles Oko Addy as any other Ghanaian who has worked hard in his youthful days and now enjoying his retirement. But beneath that down-to-earth demeanour, lies a legend, one among a number of stars, particularly, the four who in their time, ensured that Ghana’s name was etched in the history books when the roll call of Commonwealth gold medalists is listed.
Title contenders, Berekum Chelsea, Medeama SC and Kumasi Asante Kotoko, are all tied on points at the summit of the Glo Premier League log and with just four matches to draw the curtains on the competition, it appears the race could be heading for a photo finish.
Champion club Kumasi Asante Kotoko returned to the summit of the Glo Premier League standings yesterday after an emphatic victory over Arsenal at the Golden City Park toppled Berekum Chelsea who were crushed by Hearts of Oak in Accra.