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.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports, the National Sports Authority (NSA), the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and other major stakeholders marked the 19th anniversary of the May 9 Stadium Disaster at the May 9th Memorial Park at the Accra Sports Stadium last Saturday in remembrance of the 127 football fans who perished on that fateful ‘’Black Wednesday’’.
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 to join Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min completed a three-week basic military training course in South Korea on Friday and picked up an award as the top performer among 157 trainees, Yonhap news agency reported on Friday.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has voted $3,086,206 (GH¢17,969,447) for the renovation of Sekondi Sports Stadium in Essipon as part of government’s policy to rehabilitate the various stadia in the country.