I am ready to serve Kotoko in any capacity – Ntow Gyan

Ex-Ghana international, Ntow Gyan has declared his readiness to assist former club Kumasi Asante Kotoko in any capacity. Speaking to Sunyani-based Suncity radio, the CAF License ‘A’ holder indicated that the poor performances of the Kumasi giants in domestic and particularly, African Club Competitions are not encouraging. This, he said, calls for every son of

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GHPL Day 9 Wrap: Hearts piped in Berekum, Kotoko held by resilient Allies

Resuming from a week’s break, match day 9 failed to continue with the spark from previous weeks with limited goals recorded. With Aduana and Wa All Stars match yet to play, week 9 recorded the least number of goals in a round so far with 9 goals in 7 matches. Aduana Stars’ encounter with Wa

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GHPL: Aduana Stars vs Wa All Stars postponed

The match day nine fixture of the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League game between Aduana Stars and Wa All Stars has been postponed. The game which was originally scheduled to be honoured on 1/2 April, 2017 has been suspended due to the participation of Wa All Stars in the West Africa Football Union (WAFU) inter-club tournament.

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GHPL PREVIEW: Tema Youth, WAFA tests for Hearts, Kotoko; Aduana host Mauves

The 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season peaks with match day seven matches Wednesday afternoon. After sequences of very exciting games and results from the previous match day, week seven comes with all its mouthwatering games across all eight centres. It’s been like two months into the season but all the pre-season troubles and disappointment of

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GHPL: Olympics’ problems not technical – Attram

Accra Great Olympics coach Godwin Attram has reiterated that the poor results this season can’t be attributed to the technical team. Olympics lost the ‘Mantse Derby’ by 2-1 to Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday in the match day six of the ongoing Ghana Premier League. Benjamin Arthur cancelled Paul Acquah’s

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GHPL: Aduana secure impressive comeback victory over Inter Allies

Aduana Stars ignited their Premier League title charge with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory away at Inter Allies Saturday afternoon. The Fire club put in great effort to hold back pressure from the hosts while creating few good scoring opportunities in attack. They however conceded late on from a dead ball situation. Midfielder Isaac Twum punished

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GHPL: Awal Mohammed available for Kotoko, gets shirt No. 49

Defender Awal Mohammed has been given clearance for a second stint with Asante Kotoko in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League. The free-agent central defender had been training with the side since February 2 in hope for a deal with the side he left after the 2012/13 season. Awal Mohammed signed a one-year contract after passing

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GHPL Match day 5 Wrap: Aduana and Kotoko maintain top spot, AshGold spanked

Match day 5 of the Ghana Premier League provided us with another thrilling round of games across league centres – provided the fans with an equal measure of entertainment and value for money. The league is gradually shaping up with Asante Kotoko and Aduana Stars distinguishing themselves for the league trophy. Wa All Stars finally

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GPL Match day 4 Wrap: Hearts, Bolga, Sharks pick first win; Kotoko triumph in Ashanti derby

Kumasi Asante Kotoko move joint top of the premier league table following victory over regional rivals Ashantigold in their rescheduled match day 4 encounter a the Len Clay sports stadium. Strkier Yakubu Mohammed scored the all important goal in the 62nd minute to secure victory a 1-0 for the Porcupine Warriors. The game was replayed

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Affum ready to receive offers from Premier League clubs

Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak striker Edward Affum has confirmed his doors are widely open and set to play for any club in the Premier League when the second round window finally opens. The hugely experienced forward left the country in 2013 for Jordan to seek greener pastures but faced series of

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