Kumasi Asante Kotoko shot themselves a great deal of motivation in their quest
to end the league season as champions as they nicked a last minute 2:1
win away to Heart of Lions in midweek with only two games left.
A former national athlete and athletics coach, J.A. Antwi, says the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) must as a matter of urgency, give priority to technical development to help halt the decline of the sport in the country.
There appears to be an end in sight for the protracted Eastern Region Football Association (ERFA) crisis after an Accra High Court yesterday gave the Ghana Football Association (GFA) up to June 30, 2013, to conduct fresh elections to pick new officers to run the regional soccer body.
League title aspirants, Berekum Chelsea, are braced for their toughest derby in premiership life as they take on Arsenal at Dormaa-Ahenkro this afternoon, as champions and closest challengers, Asante Kotoko, travel to Heart of Lions’ den at Kpando.
Two appetising thrillers in Accra and Kumasi this Sunday — in typical MTN FA Cup-style — will take over the domestic soccer scene albeit temporarily as four determined semi-finalists intensify their search for greater glory and a booking for Africa.
The Glo Premier League after a week’s break resumes tomorrow with tricky pairings at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park at Dormaa-Ahenkro and the Kpando Park as two title contenders, Berekum Chelsea and Kumasi Asante Kotoko, face crucial test of their championship credentials.