Accra Hearts of Oak and Black Stars legend, Mohammed ‘Polo’ Ahmed, has sensationally omitted three of Ghana’s most celebrated football stars from his all-time XI team, replacing them with legends of his era.
The trainer of the Black Bombers Kwasi Ofori Asare has strongly defended his credentials as the nation’s top amateur boxing coach, saying results at last year’s Olympic Games was a vindication of his impact on the national team.
Ike ‘Bazooka’ Quartey, lead trainer of super featherweight boxer, Samuel Takyi, says his boxer will not pay a dime to the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) as a percentage of his purse despite signing an undertaking to that effect prior to his second professional bout in South Africa.
A Former national goalkeeper, Abukari Damba, has given his thumbs up for Joseph Wollacott to be maintained as Ghana’s first choice goalkeeper for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, saying the Swindon Town player has shown a lot of consistent high performance since his international debut last year.
Otumfuo Osei Tutu’s clarion call to the management, players and supporters of Kumasi Asante Kotoko last week that he was eagerly waiting for the CAF Champions League trophy should be significant to football lovers in Ghana.
Florence Mensah and Derrick Adu-Kwakye overpowered their opponents to win gold in the respective male and female heavyweight categories last Friday at the 2022 National Armwrestling Championship held in Accra.
English Premier League trio Thomas Partey (Arsenal), Daniel Amartey (Leicester City) and Mohammed Salisu (Southampton) have emerged as frontrunners for the flagship prize in this year's Ghana Football Awards.