Songne Yacouba finally made a return to the pitch after weeks on the sideline.
The Attacker who last played for Kotoko in a CAF Confederation Cup match against Al Hilal in March returned to the team during Wednesday's NC Special Cup match against
The Babayara Sports Stadium, the largest stadium in Ghana was named after him due to his immerse contribution to the country.
One of Ghana's most celebrated football athletes having played a big role to help the Black Stars win the Cup of Nations
Ghana is blessed with youthful talents in both home and abroad.
BUT, some are exceptionally great and are demonstrating outstanding prospects.
Below are the TOP 10 players under age 20 tipped for stardom you must know about as Ghana Sports scouting mavern El Akyereko
The English Premier League outfit has three Ghanaian players in their fold.
The trio all ply their trades within the Hammers youth teams.
Below is details about the promising youngsters.
1. Joseph Tetteh Anang (Goalkeeper)
An intriguing documentary of one of Ghana’s Greatest Footballers of All Time, titled, the Untold GOAT is set to be screened by Atinka Media Village on Monday 6th May 2019.
The 27 minute film details the riveting journey of how a young boy
“Explosive myth, it is a dynamite,” Kweku Baako summed up the work of the undercover journalist on Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana.
“It hurts to see a fine gentleman, people you like, becoming a casualty,” he said, sending fears to many including his
Burkinabe forward Songne Yacouba joined Kotoko to pay homage to the Club’s life patron Otumfuo Osei Tutu.
The striker is being reported to have fallen out with the Club after seeking a transfer away from the Ghanaian giants.
Yacouba has not featured for the
My name is Emmanuel Akyereko Frimpong with a pen name El Akyereko and I'm a sports journalist of long standing having worked in the industry for close to a decade and a half.
I've been a newspaper writer, online reporter with Ghanasoccernet.com for
Ghana has produced some dead-ball experts within the last two decades with Stephen Oduro and Bernard Don Bortey leaving indelible memories for Ghanaian football lovers who were blessed by their respective talents.
But, teenager Benjamin Mireku's grace, finesse and subtlety at executing free-kicks
How befitting could it be for one to liken a 17-year-old playing U18 and U23 football to a World Cup winner.
Well, Keenan Appiah-Forson is already belching, speeching and grinding well. For the eye of the most accomplished British football scout he is