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Asamoah Gyan reveals how he wants to retire from the national team

Black Stars striker and Ghana’s leading goal scorer, Asamoah Gyan has revealed what he describes as a befitting farewell for him once he decides to hang his international boots. Gyan made his debut for the Black Stars at the age of 17, three days prior to his 18th birthday and scored his

I went to Real Madrid with one jeans and a shirt – Micheal Essien reveals

Former Ghana international Michael Essien has revealed that he went to Real Madrid with only a pair of jeans and a shirt. Essien left Chelsea to sign for Spanish giants Real Madrid on a loan deal in 2012. The Sabail FK midfielder made these revelations in an interview with South African sports journalist Carol

Tottenham midfielder held at knifepoint during burglary

Tottenham and England midfielder Dele Alli was held at knifepoint during a burglary in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Two men broke into the 24-year-old’s house in north London, where he is spending lockdown with his brother and their respective partners. Alli was threatened and punched during the incident and suffered

“Pay me my money” – Kwesi Appiah cries for salary arrears

Former Black Stars coach, James Kwasi Appiah says he will struggle to feed his family if the Ghana Football Association does not pay his outstanding salary arrears to the tune of $185,000 from his time as coach of the Ghana national team. The ex-Ghana international’s second term as coach of the

Players could be booked for spitting when football resumes – FIFA’s Medical Chief

FIFA’s Medical Committee chairman has suggested that players could be sanctioned for spitting on the pitch when football resumes. Michel D’Hooghe said spitting is very unhygienic and could not be allowed to continue during games especially in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Various sports, including football, have been decimated by the

$240,000 fine causes division in Kotoko, exposes administrative mishaps

Asante Kotoko pull out of NC Special Cup tier 1

A $240,000 fine imposed on Kumasi Asante Kotoko by FIFA has exposed deep cracks and administrative inefficiencies in the club. Kotoko have been ordered to pay the amount to Tunisian club Esperance after they were found guilty of breaching transfer rules in their signing of Emmanuel Clottey five years ago. The instruction