Ex-Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak star Joe Louis has hit out at the local press for their perpetual criticism of experienced players. Louis, who featured for both of Ghana’s top two clubs, slammed the media for branding experienced as ‘old horses’.
Asante Kotoko are keen to bolster their squad with the acquisition of four players from Burkina Faso. Porcupines pocket-bag Dr Kwame Kyei was in Ouagadougou himself to watch four key players in the Stallions squad and has targeted them for next season.
Accra Hearts of Oak defender Vincent Atinga is the latest player to be invited to the Black Stars B team ahead of this weekend’s Championship of Africa Nations qualifier against Burkina Faso. Atinga joins Kotoko’s Ahmed Adams who was also invited by the technical handlers of the team
Kotoko center-back Ahmed Adams has been invited to join the Black Stars B ahead of the second leg of the Championship of African Nations (CHAN) qualifier against Burkina Faso. The defender was not part of the team that travelled for the game in Ouagadougou.
Police Ladies moved a step further to defend their title after beating Army Ladies 1-0. Immigration Ladies confirmed their place in the last four with a narrow 1-0 victory over Sea Lions at the Carl Raindolf Park.
Tunisian giants Club Africain have announced the signing of Ghanaian defender Nicholas Opoku. Opoku will be joining the North Africans on a three-year deal from Ghana Premier league side Berekum Chelsea.
Center referee Dally Gabga could face sanctioning after Hearts of Oak filed in a report to the match review committee of the Ghana Football Association over a controversial decision in their outstanding League game against Asante Kotoko last Sunday at the Babayara Sports Stadium.