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REVEALED: Why George Afriyie was absent from Monday night’s GFA Presidential debate

Leading Ghana FA Presidential candidate George Afriyie was conspicuously missing from Monday night’s debate because the race-favourite had a scheduled appointment with globally-respected astro turf manufacturing company Reform Sports.

Afriyie, dubbed the DELIVERER, useful and meaningful discussions with officials of the company which is the only FIFA approved and accredited turf manufacturing company in Turkey and one of the leading brands in the world.

DELIVERER: George Afriyie meets biggest artificial turf manufacturer in Turkey over construction of pitches for Ghana

  • Oct 22, 2019

Ghana Football Association Presidential candidate George Afriyie used Monday to meet and hold fruitful discussions with globally-respected high quality Sports Turf manufacturer  Reform Sports for the construction of pitches in the West African nation when he is elected President. Afriyie, dubbed the DELIVERER, useful and meaningful discussions with officials of the company which is the...

Philip Alimo: Ghanaian Sports diplomat and the maxim motion canvassing for disability sports in Asia

  • Oct 21, 2019

Disability chess has now been approved as a sport in the Asian Paralympic Games and the two-player strategy board game will mark its debut in 2022 in Hangzhou – China, from 9th to 15th October 2022. The move represents a big milestone achieved by the sport in the area of disability and the 4th Asian...

REPORT: Kotoko strip off George Amoako’s voting rights due to “trust” issues

  • Oct 21, 2019

George Amoako will no longer have the power to vote at the Ghana Football Association Presidential elections, according to multiple reports. The football administrator is said to have been stripped off his right to vote on behalf of Kotoko due to “trust” issues. Kotoko declared their support to George Afriyie in the Presidential race mandating...

Sports Writers Association of Ghana inducts new executives

  • Oct 21, 2019

The Sports Writers Association of Ghana have welcomed its new executives. A short ceremony held at Accra Sports Stadium Media Center on Monday introduced the newly elected heads of the Association. Ace broadcaster Kwabena Yeboah retained his position as President of the Association together with his vice Maurice Quansah. Other executive members include Thomas Boakye-Agyemang,...

Ex-Hearts of Oak Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi wants National team job

  • Oct 21, 2019

Former Hearts of Oak Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi would embrace an opportunity to handle a National team in West Africa or a Club playing in the CAF inter-club competition.

Anthony Yeboah remains Ghana’s all-time top scorer in English Premier League

  • Oct 21, 2019

Ex-Black Stars striker Anthony Yeboah remains the highest scoring Ghanaian in the English Premiership.

BIG BACKING: ‘It’s abnormal for me not to support you’ – African legend Antoine Bell endorses George Afriyie

  • Oct 21, 2019

Cameroon legend Joseph-Antoine Bell has officially endorsed Ghana Football Association Presidential candidate George Afriyie on Monday. From his base in Cameroon the two-time African Cup of Nations winner has expressed backing for the former Ghana FA VEEP, stating that ‘it would be abnormal for George not to have his support’.

Ex-Hearts and Kotoko star Charles Taylor reveals rejecting $50,000 Saudi offer to become a Pastor

  • Oct 21, 2019

Former Ghana international Charles Asampong “Taylor” says he rejected a ransom offer of $50,000 to stop playing football and became a pastor.

FEATURE: From Japan 93 porter to the corridors of power – the selfless rise of George Afriyie

  • Oct 21, 2019

The summer sun was still young and travelling from the eastern bank of the Osaka Bay city of Kobe in central Japan to light up the lodge where Ghana’s Black Starlets were based for the 1993 FIFA U17 World Cup. In the luxurious Kobe Oriental Hotel that fateful mid-morning was then Minister of Youth and...