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.
Head coach for CAF Champions League campaigners Wa All Stars, Enos Adepa, has played down the chances of the Northern Blues qualifying to the next stage of the competition after suffering defeat at home in the first leg. All Stars, current league champions were shocked at home by their Libyan counterpart Al Ahli Tripoli 1-3
League champions Wa All Stars defeated Bechem United 1-0 on Sunday at the Tamale Stadium to claim their maiden Super Cup trophy. The ‘Northern Blues’ won the 2015/2016 Ghana Premier League amassing 51 points in the process while Bechem United won the FA Cup by beating Division 1 side Okwahu United 2-1 in the finals.
The Ghana Super Cup will be played on January 22, 2017, the Ghana Football Association has communicated. Wa All Stars, winners of the 2016 Ghana Premier League will play MTN FA Cup Champions Bechem United at the Tamale Sports Stadium to herald the new Ghana football season. This decision was concluded at the Ghana FA
Ghana Premier League champions, Wa All Stars say they intend to defend their 2015/16 league title. The Northern Blues won the trophy for the first time in the club’s history and also became the first club to hold the record of being the only club from Northern Ghana to ever win a league title and
The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) has agreed a deal worth $100,000 with pay television operators Star Times as sponsorship for the G-6 tournament for the next four years. GHALCA and Star Times are expected to sign the deal next week. GHALCA chairman Kudjoe Fianoo confirmed his outfit has already secured a headline sponsor for
GHALCA Chairman Kudjoe Fianoo has confirmed that the much awaited G-six tournament will be played on November 13 instead of the initially agreed date of November 5. The G-six tournament will see Wa All Stars, Hearts of Oak, Kotoko, Bechem United, Aduana Stars and Medeama SC battling it out for the ultimate. It will also
The Chief Executive Officer of League Champions Wa All Stars has confirmed contract renewal talks with head coach Enos Adepa. Adepa guided the Wa-based club to achieve a historic feat by being the first club from the northern part of Ghana to win the league title. Club CEO Oduro Nyarko has revealed a not less
President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwasi Nyantakyi has lauded the competitiveness of the just ended 2015/16 Ghana Premier League, saying it is the most attractive campaign he has ever witnessed in Ghana. Amidst all the backlash from analysts, connoisseurs and even the current Sports Minister Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, branding the league as unattractive and
Wa All Stars have been crowned champions of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League after emerging tops of the 16-club competition. After 30 round of matches [240 games in total] since February 20, the curtains for the season were finally drawn on Sunday September 18 with the Wa-based club amassing most points – 51. All Stars