Ghana, US discuss July friendly

Ghana and the United States are in talks for an international friendly, supersport.com has reported. The match which will be between the Black Stars and the Yanks has been proposed for Connecticut in July. In an interview with supersport.com, vice-chairman for the management of the Ghana senior men’s team, Wilfred Osei indicated that new coach

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U-17 WWC: Maidens claw back to beat USA

Ghana’s Black Maidens on Tuesday afternoon made a comeback to beat USA 2-1 in the U-17 Women’s World Cup at the King Abdullah Stadium in Amman. Frankie Tagliaferri gave the Americans the lead in the 5th minute, taking the scoreline to half time with the Maidens trailing. It was time for the Black Maidens to

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U-17 WWC: Black Maidens begin quest for gold in Jordan

Ghana U-17 Women’s team, the Black Maidens will on Saturday, October 1 begin their quest for gold in the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan. The Maidens have the bragging rights of being the only African side to have reached the semi-finals of the World Cup after winning bronze in 2012. Coach Augustine

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U.S push for October friendly against Ghana

Ghana and the United States could be facing off again as it emerges that the latter is angling for a friendly date in Washington during the October international break. According to ESPN, the U.S. Soccer Federation is finalizing plans for the USMNT to face the Black Stars on October 11 in Washington D.C. The teams,

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U-17 Women’s WCup: Maidens draw USA, Paraguay and Japan

Ghana’s Black Maidens have been drawn in Group D of the 2016 Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan. The draw event took place at the Al-Hussein Cultural Centre in downtown Amman Monday. It was overseen by His Highness Prince Ali bin Hussein, the President of the Jordanian Football Association. The Maidens join USA, Paraguay

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2016 FIFA U-20 World Cup: Princesses handed tough draw

The Black Princesses of Ghana have been handed a ‘group of death’ draw for the 8th edition of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup which will be hosted by Papua New Guinea. The competition which will kick start on the 13th of November 2016 will see 16 countries battle out till the 3rd of December

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