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Mahatma Otoo Gets Favorite Number 18 Shirt At Balikesirspor

Written by | September 7, 2017 | 0
Ghanaian international Don Mahatma Otoo has joined Turkish Side Balikesirspor On 2 Year Deal. As usual he will be wearing his favorite number 18 jersey Otoo has promised to lift the club and also try his best to rejoin the Black Stars of Ghana. The former Accra Hearts of Oak star was one time top scorer of the Ghana League and won the SWAG Goal King and Best Player. His fans in Mamprobi, Dansoman, Chorkor and James Town wish him all the best.

Ghanaian forward Seth Paintsil on target for FF Jaro in big win over AC Oulu

Written by | August 7, 2017 | 0
Ghanaian young striker Seth Paintsil delivered for FF Jaro as they thump AC Oulu 4-0 in the Finnish second-tier league. Jaro opened the scoring in the 49th minute through Jonas Emet from the penalty spot before adding his second of the day in the 55th minute from close range. Ghanaian forward Seth Paintsil extended his side’s lead in the 74th minute with a thumping header. Christian Eissele finished off the rout in the 91st minutes as the xx run away 4-0 victors. The 22-year-old former BA Stars poacher lasted the entire duration. Jaro occupy 7th position with 18 points after 17 games. For more Ghana football news visit www.ghanasoccernet.com

Sulley Munatri opens up about a possible return to the Black Stars and club football

Written by | August 6, 2017 | 0
Sulley Ali Muntari has expressed keen interest in playing for the Ghanaian National Football Team before he calls it a quit. The Italy based player reiterated that the Blackstars need to win a trophy badly in this current time and he believes he can contribute to the team’s quality to make this happen. He said from experience, Ghana can still qualify for the next World Cup though many think it’s impossible. When asked about a possible Blackstars come back, he said ‘Yes, of course, National team, of course, I wanna play again with the National. You know many people are saying that probably we can’t make it to the World Cup but I think we can do it‘. Detailing how the slim fate in the Russia 2018 can be possible, he continued that ‘You know why? Because

Abedi Pele unhappy with HIV comments by former Marseille president

Written by | July 25, 2017 | 0
Ghana and Africa football legend, Abedi Ayew Pele has expressed disgust over comments by former Marseille president Bernard Tapie insisting he completely overstepped his boundaries. Tapie, in a recent interview, disclosed how he gazumped Abedi’s proposed move to Monaco in 1987 by declaring that the former Ghana captain was HIV positive, a move he did to sway Monaco. Tapie disclosed that the only way he could ensure the Maestro ended up becoming a member of The Olympians. But the Ghana legend has expressed his disgust about the comment in a radio interview with Kasapa FM in Accra, Ghana. “I was completely zoned out with regards to that decision by whilom Olympique Marseille president Bernard Tapie,” Abedi told Kasapa FM. “I was totally oblivious when it comes to that issue

Exciting top TEN Ghanaian best young talents to look out for in 2017

Written by | June 28, 2017 | 0
As clubs gear up for the next European season, Ghana’s leading football website GHANAsoccernet.com profile ten Ghanaian budding talents to watch out for in the season.  1. Kingsley Sarfo (Malmo FF, Attacking midfielder) The 21-year-old, who has been likened to Barcelona and Argentina great Lionel Messi due to how he caresses the ball and his dribbling ability, needed only 11 top flight games to convince the Swedish giants to fork out $19.5m for his services, becoming the third most expensive in their history. Sarfo was heavily linked with a move to English Premier League side Manchester City, but Malmo reacted swiftly to snap him up. He was handed a debut Black Stars call-up by coach Kwesi Appiah for last month’s 2019 Africa Cup Nation qualifier but he turned the opportunity

Mourinho holds father’s funeral in Portugal

Written by | June 28, 2017 | 0
Jose Mourinho said an emotional goodbye to his father Felix on Tuesday morning as he attended his funeral in Setubal, Portugal. The Manchester United manager confirmed that his father had passed away on Sunday evening at the age of 79 after suffering with ill health for several months. Mourinho, who helped carry the coffin into the church, was joined by wife Matilde, daughter Matilde, son Jose Jnr and United assistant coach Silvino Louro for the service. United goalkeeping coach Emilio Alvarez Blanco and Mourinho’s assistant at Real Madrid, Aitor Karanka, were also on hand to support their friend. A large crowd gathered outside the venue as Mourinho helped remove the coffin from the hearse before draping a large flag over it. As a footballer, Mourinho Felix played first for Vitoria Setubal

Starlets lost out on gold due to lack of funds – GFA Veep

Written by | May 30, 2017 | 0
The vice president of the Ghana Football Association, Mr George Afriyie has attributed the failure of the Black Starlets to clinch gold in the just ended African U-17 Nations tournament to lack of funds. The Black Starlets lost the final match against the Eaglets of Mali by a lone goal, picking the silver medal in Gabon. George Afriyie who doubles as a management member of Dansoman Liberty Professional said he was pleased with the performance of the starlets because other teams might have prepared better than us. Speaking to Oteng Apau Papin on Onua Sports, George Afriyie said, “Even the Nigerian team travelled by road to play a friendly match against Ghana, but we couldn’t do that. “We couldn’t take the guys to a training tour. Infact I am told by BBC from the coach of Mali that they

Wakaso, Badu could make Black Stars return after U.S.A and Mexico friendlies

Written by | May 26, 2017 | 0
Granada and Udinese midfielders Mubarak Wakaso and Emmanuel Agyeman Badu could return to the Black Stars after Ghana’s international friendlies with the USA and Mexico, insiders have revealed. The two were not named in Kwasi Appiah’s maiden Black Stars call up, raising questions of why they were excluded from the list. But insiders have disclosed that the duo could return after the immediate assignment ahead of the team since the technical handlers of the team only want to assess other players. Isaac Sackey of Alanyaspor, Mohammed Abu of Columbus Crew, Kingsley Sarfo of Sirius, Hearts’ Winful Cobbinah, FC Twente’ Yaw Yeboah and NAC Breda’s Thomas Agyapong were the new midfielders who were handed call ups into the team. According to the grapevine source, head coach

Ghana midfielder Rabiu Mohammed finally recovers from horrific ankle injury

Written by | May 24, 2017 | 0
Ghana midfielder Rabiu Mohammed has finally recovered from a horrific ankle injury that has truncated his last eight months on the field. The holding midfielder picked up a horrendous injury that has seen him lose his place on the pitch at both club and national level. In his pomp Rabiu was the best holding midfielder for Ghana under Kwesi Appiah and played a pivotal role as they qualified for the World Cup in Brazil. He started very well for his country under Kwesi Appiah but the injury meant he was ultimately sidelines for the team. There is always light at the end of the tunnel and Rabiu has returned and is training regularly and normal in Russia. For more Ghana football news visit www.ghanasoccernet.com

‘I am happy with Mercy Tagoe’s appointment’ – Adwoa Bayor

Written by | May 24, 2017 | 0
Accra, May 23, GNA – Adwoa Bayor, former African female footballer of the year has expressed delight about the appointment of Mercy Tagoe as the Deputy Coach of the Black Queens of Ghana. In an interview with the GNA Sports, the former Black Queens captain said she is happy with Mercy Tagoe’s appointment and believes she would learn a lot from experienced Didi Dramani. ‘I am happy with Mercy Tagoe’s appointment as assistant coach of the Black Queens, it is enough for the mean time, she is now getting the exposure as a coach and I know gradually she would be fully in charge. ‘She played at the highest level as a footballer and she excelled as a referee, but as a coach she needs to go through the ranks. ‘I am happy that she’s going to assist Didi Dramani,