Nyantakyi is still the right man to lead Ghana football – Afriyie

Vice President of the Ghana Football Association, George Afriyie, has thrown his weight behind his under-pressure boss Kwesi Nyantakyi claiming he is still the right man to steer Ghana football forward. Nyantakyi has been under immense pressure from the media and football fans across Ghana to step down after a poor showing of the Black

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“It’s a perfect decision” – Jordan on Swansea move

Ghana forward Jordan Ayew has revealed he made the “perfect decision” to join Premier League side Swansea in the winter transfer window. The younger of the Ayew brothers, Jordan signed for the Welsh side on transfer deadline day for a three and a half year stay. The forward, who scored once at the Africa Nations

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Grant resigns as Black Stars coach

Avram Grant has stood down from his job as Ghana head coach after they were knocked out in the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals. The 62-year-old former Chelsea, West Ham and Portsmouth boss resigns after more than two years in the role. Grant led the Black Stars to the final of the 2015 Africa Cup

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FEATURE: Milking the Black Stars; foregoing glory

I have always wondered why money is always an issue when it comes to the national team, the Black Stars. The players became infamous over happenings in Brazil during the 2014 World Cup. I remember the press conference after the tournament back in Ghana where Ghana Football Association President Kwasi Nyantakyi stressed that the team

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Afcon 2017: Ghana lose bronze to Burkina Faso

Alain Traore’s stunning late free-kick defeated Ghana and sealed third place in the Africa Cup of Nations for Burkina Faso. From the right of the 18-yard box, Traore hammered a left-footed effort into the top corner of the net. It sent Ghana to fourth place for the third time in the past four tournaments Jordan

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FEATURE: Ghana! 35 years of hurt – The wait continues

Even though the Black Stars have not won a major trophy since 1982, there is almost always the expectation that the team will win ahead of every African Nations Cup tournament. Many have offered opinions as to why Ghana failed to get past the semi-final stage in Gabon. I will attempt to offer some perspective

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Afcon 2017: Ghana had a successful tournament – Grant

Black Stars coach Avram Grant maintains his side had a successful tournament despite failing to break Ghana’s 35-year trophy-less jinx at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. Ghana will have to wait two more years to have another go at it after suffering a 2-0 defeat to Cameroon courtesy second-half goals by Michael Ngadeu and

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Afcon 2017: Cameroon crash Ghana to reach final

Ghana’s long wait for an Africa Cup of Nations title since 1982 has further been extended after they lost 0-2 to Cameroon in the semifinal of the 2017 edition in Franceville Thursday night. The Indomitable Lions scored both goals in the second half to book their first Afcon final since 2008 and will now face

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Jordan Ayew completes Swansea City switch

Black Stars and Aston Villa forward Jordan Ayew has completed his switch to premier league side Swansea City from Championship side Aston Villa, ending months of speculation about the former Olympic Marseille forward’s future. Jordan was part of an exchange deal which saw left-back Neil Taylor join Aston Villa in the Championship whiles the 25-year-old

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We can beat Cameroon- Jordan Ayew

Black Stars Striker Jordan Ayew has said the Black Stars team have the quality to defeat Cameroon ahead of the two side’s semi final clash in Francevill on Thursday The Stars who were finalist at the last edition in Equatorial Guinea are seeking to reach another final as they chase the title which has eluded

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