Match day 2 of the 2017 Cup of Nation produce thrilling games among teams in group B. The first match of the day saw minnows Zimbabwe hold a star-studded Algeria at the Stade de Franceville stadium. African footballer of the year Riyad Mahrez curled in a shot to draw first blood 12 minutes into the
Ghana’s Afcon 2017 group opponents Uganda suffered a two nil defeat against Tunisia in a preparatory game Wednesday afternoon. It did not take long for Etoile du Sahel midfielder Hamza Lahmar to neatly convert a free-kick on the 6th minute, which kept Cranes goalkeeper Salim Jamal rooted on his toes at the far right post.
Ghana booked their place at the 2016 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations after whipping Tunisia 4-0 in Accra, completing a 6-1 aggregate win over their counterparts in the qualifiers. Coming into the game with a 2-1 first leg advantage, the Black Queens did not rest on their oars as they worked tirelessly against the well-organized
Ghana’s senior female football team, the Black Queens, thumped Tunisia 4-0 on Tuesday to complete a 6-1 aggregate scoreline to book their ticket to the 10th edition of the African Women’s Cup of Nations in Cameroon. Striker Samira Suleiman opened the scoring in the 26th minute with a free header from a Portia Boakye corner
Black Queens coach Yusif Basigi hails the battling qualities of his side after their 2-1 victory over Tunisia in the African Women’s Championship qualifier. The Black Queens fought back from a goal down and a player less to clinch the all-important away victory . The win puts Ghana in a good position ahead of the
Ghana’s senior women’s team, the Black Queens Wednesday secured a 2-1 victory over their Tunisian counterparts on in the 2016 African Women’s Cup of Nations qualifiers. The Black Queens came back from a goal down to snatch a win courtesy a 49th minute Samira Suleman and the sucker punch by the young Princella Adubea six
Ghana and Ferencváros midfielder Elizabeth Addo has asked her team-mates at the Black Queens camp preparing for the African Women’s Championship qualifier against Tunisia to concentrate on the game despite their unpaid bonuses. Reports were rife prior to the team’s departure to Tunis on Friday afternoon that the Black Queens had threatened to boycott the match which
Medeama coach Tom Strand has named youngster Dominic Eshun in his starting line-up for his side’s CAF Confederation Cup tie against Al Ittihad on Sunday. The Swedish trainer has kept faith with his trusted charges ahead of the crucial tie against the Libyan side. Eshun replaces Bernard Ofori, who was unable to make the trip.