The Chief Executive Officer of Budget Cash and Carry Limited, Nana Egyir Aggrey I, says that his outfit will continue to offer financial support to Ghana sports as he believes sports is an avenue to develop the youth in the country.
Former Ivory Coast international Emmanuel Eboué seems to be recovering from his “devastating” 2018 divorce from Aurélie, his Belgium wife and mother of his three children, which he said ‘destroyed’ his family and ruined him financially.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Khalifa Yousif Al Zaabi, yesterday hosted the Board of Special Olympics Ghana (SOG) and the intellectually disabled athletes who will participate in the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi from March 14 to 22, 2019.
Ghana's sole representatives at the ongoing CAF Confederation Cup, Asante Kotoko, recorded their highest home win in the competition by thrashing Zambian side, Nkana FC, 3-0 at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi, yesterday, to move to the second spot on the league table.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is expected to launch a special football tournament dubbed: ‘The Chancellor’s Cup,’ on Thursday at the Paa Joe Park, in honour of the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, as he marks 20 years on his enthronement as king of the Asantes.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports have presented an amount of 10,000 USD to the Ghana Rugby Team for excelling at the 2018 Rugby Africa Bronze Cup competition held at the Nduom Sports Stadium, which is an automatic qualification to the 2019 Rugby Africa Silver Cup.
The north London derby is the capital’s stellar fixture and one of the most passionately-contested clashes of the season but Mybet.africa beckons Arsenal to have the opportunity to inch close to booking a Champions League spot if they beat Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.
Maurizio Sarri, in time, may point to this as the victory which breathed life into his tenure as Chelsea’s head coach – the moment when all the doubts that had infected his team over the winter months gave way to newfound belief in the Italian’s methods.
The executive chairman of Dreams Football Club, Kurt Okraku, has called for massive investment in youth football to restore Ghana’s image and enable it to win more silverware at the international level.