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GFA leadership call on Chief Justice

The leadership of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), on Thursday, 18 June 2020, paid a courtesy call on Chief Justice Anin Yeboah. The delegation comprised GFA President Kurt ES Okraku, General Secretary Prosper Harrison, Deputy General Secretary Alex Asante and Executive Council members Samuel Anim Addo and Nana Oduro Safo. The President of the GFA […]Read More
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Chelsea agree to sign Timo Werner

Chelsea have agreed to sign Timo Werner from RB Leipzig on a five-year deal. The forward, 24, has agreed personal terms with the Blues and, subject to passing a medical, will join in July after the German league season ends. Werner, who joined Leipzig from Stuttgart in 2016, has scored 32 goals in all competitions […]Read More
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Kotoko to form women’s, other sport teams

The Life Patron and Owner of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has admonished the club’s newly-formed Board of Directors to effect plans in establishing a women’s team and other sports clubs. This directive was read by the Manhyia Palace’s Chief of Staff, Kofi Badu, on behalf of the Asantehene at the inauguration […]Read More
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GFA migrates to Microsoft 365

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has migrated its information technology to Microsoft 365. The migration to Microsoft is aimed at bringing staff, clubs, stakeholders, RFA’s and other partners the latest office cloud solutions with great flexibility for remote working. Microsoft Office 365 is a complete office in the cloud. The core of it, is the […]Read More
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The only disease right now is racism – Sterling

England and Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has backed protests taking place across the UK, saying “the only disease right now is the racism that we are fighting”. Thousands of people have taken part in Black Lives Matter marches in the UK, despite government warnings to avoid mass gatherings because of the threat of coronavirus. “This Read More
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K.P. Boateng calls for “George Floyd Day”

Ghana International Kevin-Prince Boateng has suggested that Black players stay off work on George Floyd’s birthday to commemorate the brutal killing of the African American.  The 33-year-old made the suggestion in a powerful anti-racism message as he renewed his pledge against racism. George Floyd, a 46-year-old black American, died after a white policeman, Derek Read More