The Board Chairman of Legon Cities Football Club (FC) and Council of State Member for the Oti Region, Richard K. Atikpo has donated items worth thousands of cedis to the Muslim Community in the Region.
Since Ghana’s boxing golden generation in the 1980s and 1990s which saw the emergence of legends such as David ‘Poison’ Kotei, Azumah Nelson and Ike Quartey, among others, the sport has struggled in recent times.
The frosty relationship developing between Accra Hearts of Oak and Medeama SC does not appear to be calming down as the Phobians have indicated their determination to take every legal means possible to defend their head coach, Samuel Boadu, and his assistant, Hamza Obeng.
New kid on the block, Benjamin Azamati, demonstrated his readiness to compete for honours at the upcoming Summer Olympics after posting an impressive time at the weekend to qualify for the 200 metres event in Tokyo.
The Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr. Mustapha Ussif has called on all stakeholders in the football fraternity to come together to eradicate hooliganism in football to help prevent another national tragedy such as the May 9 tragedy.
On Monday, April 16, 2018, football fans watching a Division One League (DOL) match involving Agona Swedru based Proud United and New Edubiase United at the Swedru park pounced on Class One Referee Anthony Mensah and his assistants, Stephen Alhassan and Philip Quansah, mercilessly assaulted them and inflicted severe injuries which prevented them from further officiating the match.
Promising table tennis youngster Emmanuel Ofori last Saturday entertained the crowd when he led the junior national team players to engage the veterans in a fierce battle at the Seven Great Princes Academy at Dansoman.
Boxer Eliasu Sulley put on a show last Saturday which culminated in him being crowned the new national and West Africa Boxing Union (WABU) super middleweight champion when he dethroned the title holder, Mawuli Folivi, in a decisive manner at the Lebanon House at Tudu in Accra.
Accra Great Olympics’s head coach, Annor Walker, is looking forward to his new role as the technical head of the home-based senior national team, Black Stars B, and says he is fired up by a desire to leave a good legacy by building a formidable and competitive team capable of winning laurels at the international stage.