The 18 Ghana Premier League (GPL) clubs have selected Hearts of Oak Board Chairman, Togbe Afede XIV; CEO of Inter Allies, Denali Senaye; and John Ansah of Ebusua Dwarfs as their representatives on a committee to advise the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on modalities for the establishment of an autonomous Premier League.
The Founder of Konongo-based Owerriman Football Club, Nana Batafo Acheampong Nti, has implored Ghana star, Sulley Ali Muntari, to use his influence and resources to support the development initiatives of the Konongo Municipality in order to leave a lasting legacy as a true son of the community.
The executives of the Ghana National Supporters Union (GHANSU) led by Abraham Boakye, known in sporting circles as 'One Man Supporter', has donated assorted food items to support the less-privileged members of the union nationwide amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Founder of Konongo-based Owerriman Football Club, Nana Batafo Acheampong Nti, has implored Ghana international, Sulley Ali Muntari, to support the development initiatives of the Konongo Municipality.
The brother of the pilot in the helicopter crash that killed all nine people aboard including NBA legend Kobe Bryant says the passengers had fault and were negligent, according to court papers filed recently.
A KEY member of Accra Hearts of Oak’s 2001 Africa Super Cup winning team, Charles Asampong Taylor, has attributed the Phobians invincibility in their era to the impregnable defence that comprised Dan Quaye, Jacob Nettey, Stephen Tetteh and Agyemang Duah.
Accra Hearts of Oak goalkeeper, Richard Attah, has revealed that the biggest morale booster in his career has been his maiden call-up to the Black Stars team two months ago for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier with the Sudan, which has been put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Charles Asampong Taylor is considered as one of the most naturally gifted players of his generation who enjoyed the best time of his career at Hearts of Oak before a controversial move to rivals Asante Kotoko in his prime.
Goal scoring is the power that ignites the passion in football. This is what the masses of spectators respond to spontaneously. It is what animates the supporters and draws them in multitudes to football playing venues. It is what causes as to relax and rejoice.
COVID-19 has changed the sports calendar in a drastic manner many did not see coming. With many international games shifted to 2021, spectators have no choice but to keep football on the waiting list. No more gatherings at stadiums, pubs, or game centres as Ghanaians love to call it to watch the game that has brought us so much pleasure and unity. We have no option than to reminisce months where we had live games to watch.
Twenty years after signing for city rivals, Hearts of Oak from Great Olympics, Charles Asampong Taylor, has revealed that former Sports Minister, E.T. Mensah masterminded that move after he had initially agreed with a move to join Kumasi Asante Kotoko.