Former Ghana midfielder Baba Amando claims Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan needs him (Amando) in the national team to aid the ‘Baby Jet’ reach his full potential in goal scoring.
Former Black Stars midfielder Baba ‘Amando’ Adamu says he is ready to play in Ghana’s premier league, but will only play for either Asante Kotoko or Accra Hearts of Oak.
With the help of City Press in South Africa two children who are victims of the 2001 Ellis Park stadium disaster have joined Mr. Herbert Mensah and the 'May 9th Remembered organising team' for the 2016 remembrance activities in Kumasi.
The Football Association says it will investigate striker Jordan Ayew's actions during Aston Villa's 3-2 defeat at Watford on Saturday.
With a total of 93 UEFA Champions League goals, Cristiano Ronaldo is racing clear at the top of the competition's all-time scoring charts, and the 31-year-old Real Madrid forward feels that he is a part of footballing history whether people like it or not.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone says his side's "thrilling" Champions League semi-final success over Bayern Munich was like the final moments in a movie.
Kotoko’s Edwin Tuffour who was sent off in the first half skips forward with the ball past Hearts of Oak’s Isaac Mensah
Hearts’ Sarbah Laryea shields the ball from Sarfo Gyamfi of Kotoko
Rubin Gnagbe leads the Hearts team out for yet another Super Clash at a packed Accra Sports Stadium
Kotoko’s Evans Quao kisses the ball before a free kick
Hearts were looking to go top of Kotoko with their first win over their rivals in Accra since 2010
Kotoko have now won two games on the road as they recover from a bad start
Eye on the ball: Cosmos Dauda of Hearts and Kotoko’s Ahmed Adams go up for an aerial ball
Referee Awal Mohammed and his assistants got the major decisions right
Man of the match Dauda Mohammed attempts to break from the attention of Hearts’ Fatau Mohammed
Hearts captain Robin Gnagbe gives chase in a gripping game
Hearts goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye gathers the ball before his calamitous error gifted Kotoko victory
Kotoko fans savour yet another triumph at the Accra Sports Stadium over their arch rivals
Evans Quao leads the Kotoko celebration after the game
By TV3 Sports|Ghana
Photo Credits: Senyuiedzorm A. Adadevoh
Black Stars players have taken to social media to congratulate teammates Jeffery Schlupp and Daniel Amartey after their historic triumph in the English Premier League with Leicester City.
Ghana’s Leicester City paid of Daniel Amartey and Jeffery Schlupp are celebrating an unlikely but remarkable league triumph after Tottenham Hotspurs’ failure to beat Chelsea on Monday handed them the English Premier League title.
Accra Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi and Black Stars goalkeeper Fatau Dauda have backed Soulama Abdoulaye after his error gifted Kotoko all three points in the Ghana Super Clash on Monday.