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The 10-man shortlist has been reduced to three, with the Ballon d’Or holder set to battle it out with Bayern Munich duo Arjen Robben and Manuel Neuer for the prize

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The Sweden international says that he cannot see himself playing beyond the age of 34, while insisting he is not the pillar holding Laurent Blanc’s team together

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Ghana players engage in sex to survive in Thailand

The struggle of some Ghanaian players abroad continues as some are allegedly involved in sex and drug dealings to survive in Asia

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UAE’s Al Jazira join race for Ghana’s Andre Ayew

The Spiders are interested in signing the Ghanaian winger from French side Olympique Marseille UAE giants Al Jazira are planning a mega bid for Ghana international Andre Ayew – a move that could make him one of the highest paid players on the continent. The Abu Dhabi club are also eyeing to bring Brazilian superstar […]

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Ghana to hire a technical adviser for Black Stars

The Ghana Football Association has appointed a three man Committee to search for a technical adviser for Kwesi Appiah, who is the head coach of the senior national team the Black Stars

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Bukom Banku/Napari set for Oct. 3 at Accra Sports Stadium

Ghana’s sensational boxer Braimah “Bukom Banku” Kamoko, is set to mount the ring again for another money spinning bout with a Ghanaian compatriot, John Napari of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF)

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The Presidential Commission of Inquiry, set to investigate the participation of the Black Stars in the 2014 Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) World Cup in Brasil, on Monday, adjourned its sitting to Wednesday, August 13

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Commission not intimidated by FIFAs letter to Ghana FA

The Presidential Commission of Inquiry tasked to look into Ghana Black Stars’ Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign has stated its commitment to carry out its mandate

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Rawlings’ Daughters Donate To Powers And Banku for bringing Ghana boxing back to life

Daughters of former President Jerry John Rawlings, Ezenator and Yaa Asantewaa Agyeman Rawlings have donated 20 bags of rice and 10 cartons of chicken to Braimah Kamoko (Bukom Banku) and Michael Ayittey Okine (Ayittey Powers)

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Canada 2014: Korea DPR beat Ghana 3-0

The Ghanaians could have picked up a quarter-final slot if they had beaten the 2006 champions and will now have to wait till the final group games

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The former Porto winger is going to Goodison for a full season on loan after a hot race between Sunderland, Swansea and Everton among others

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Rawlings tips Black Princesses to win WC

Former first Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings has tipped the Black Princesses to win the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) U20 Women’s World Cup in Canada

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Black Princesses ready to battle Korea DPR

The Black Princesses are ready to battle Korea DPR in their second Group A encounter of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) U-20 Women’s World Cup at the National Soccer Stadium, Toronto, Canada

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Rawlings’ donates to two boxers

Former President of the Republic of Ghana Jerry John Rawlings daughters Ezenator and Yaa Asantewaa Agyeman Rawlings has donated twenty bags of rice and ten cartons of chicken to Braimah Kamoko ( Bukom Banku) and Michael Ayittey Okine (Ayittey Powers

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The Ministry of Youth and Sports wishes to inform the general public that the National Conference on Sports Financing in Ghana which was scheduled to take place at the Movenpick Hotel on Friday August 8, 2014 has been rescheduled to Wednesday, September 24, 2014

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Rapidly emerging Ghana saw no change in the latest Beach Soccer rankings released by the Beach Soccer Federation World Wide (BSWW). Nicknamed the ”Black Sharks”, team Ghana is placed ahead of South Africa and Algeria but remain 60th in the world and 8th in the African sub region after an overall point accumulation of 85

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