Karela United midfielder, Umar Bashiru has said that they will treat their week five clash against Kotoko as any other league game. Karela will host the league leaders at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park in the fifth week of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League encounter. The Anyinase based club who have collected five points from four opening games, will test the mettle of Kotoko who are on a four game winning streak.
In the next couple of weeks, Black Stars of Ghana will resume action. The action has to do with World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe, home and away. But who qualifies Ghana to the World Cup? With less than a month to play those two matches, Ghana is yet to name a successor to Charles Akonnor.
It was a lively discussion on Metro TV’s ‘Good Morning Ghana’ as Okudzeto Ablakwa, MP for North Tongu and Nana Akomea, Director of the STC joined Randy Abbey on the show. The trio discussed matters regarding closure of Ghana’s land borders, AG’s appeal regarding the Rastafarian students.
Ghana legend, Mohammed Polo has slammed the Ghana Football Association for not giving enough chance to the local coaches to perform at the Black Stars. The Black Stars of Ghana were handled by ex-international, Charles Akonnor for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which he managed to achieve much to the happiness of many Ghanaians.
It has become obvious that the Black Stars right back puzzle is yet to be solved after John Paintsil and Harrison Afful’s perfect shuffling in that role and that was evident in the second Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier. That position has seen many players pass through including the likes of Daniel Opare, Samuel Inkoom and a host of other players.
Some prominent individuals of the ruling New Patriotic Party have rendered their unwavering support for under fire Black Stars head coach Charles Akonnor. These individuals are ready to go the extra mile to defend Charles Akonnor. Reports in the local media claimed the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association were set to sack Charles Akonnor today, following a meeting which was scheduled.
It has been a nervy week for the senior national team, the Black Stars. It can be recalled that last week, the coach of the team, Charles Akonnor was sacked. The sacking comes after he suffered a 0-1 loss to the Bafana Bafana of South Africa.
'Prophet Of God' Predicts Failure For Asante Kotoko And Black Stars of Ghana, Hearts Of Oak To Enjoy
Prominent football Prophet Seer Gyan has predicted doom for the Senior National team Black Stars of Ghana. According to him whoever takes over from Charles Akonnor will not be able to qualify the country for next year’s World Cup. Seer Gyan added that Asante Kotoko new head coach will fail for the time being, because Accra Hearts of Oak will dominate Ghana football for the next three seasons.
Support from Government officials to Black Stars head coach Charles Akonnor is not ceasing anytime soon. Deputy General Secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party, Nana Obiri Boahen has called for time for CK Akonnor. He believes CK Akonnor is competent enough to lead the Senior National team, hence Ghana must contain him.
A prominent member of the governing New Patriotic Party Titus Glover, has revealed that coach Charles Akonnor was threatened throughout his tenure as head coach of Senior National team. According to him, he expected CK Akonnor to be given the independence to work but that did not happen.
Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association has taken a choice to end the arrangement of Black Stars Coach Charles Akonnor and his two Assistants with prompt effect. This follows the receipt of the Technical Report from the Head Coach of the Senior National Team and the report from the Black Stars Management Committee following Ghana's Group G World Cup qualifying matches against Ethiopia and South Africa.
You have done well for clicking on this article. Please follow Achiamaa-News for the latest news in Ghana and the world at large. Life is full of surprises. Each an everyday, there are news that we hear that shocked everyone. According to the information reaching us, the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association has taken a decision to terminate the appointment of Black Star Coach, Charles Akonnor together with his two Assistant coaches with immediate effect.
C K Akonno, the former Ghanaian international footballer who is the current heard coach of the Ghana black stars have been sacked by GFA following his under performance at the world cup qualifying matches last week. The former Ghanaian versatile midfielder ( Akonnor ) started his career in Ghana with a colts team Young Hearts before joining Okwawu united and Obuasi goldfields.
Ghanaian Lawyer Gabby Otchere-Darko has called for support for Black Stars head coach C. K. Akonnor and the entire team. Expressing his thought in a tweet, he indicated why there should not be a panic reaction in the qualifying stage, hence the need to support the team and charge them to work.
The head coach of the senior national team, the Black Stars of Ghana will be shown the exit door tomorrow, Friday according to reliable sources within the Ghana Football Association (GFA). The Ghana Football Association led by Kurt Edwin Simon Okraku will meet the executive committee of the association and the Black Stars, coach CK Akonnor to review his work done so far from the time he was appointed.
Black Stars head coach Charles Akonnor seems to be winning back the support of some Ghanaians following the immediate demand of his ousting some hours ago. Ghanaians registered their displeasure after a World Cup qualifier against Ethiopia at home. The populace were not elated with displays from the players at the same time some technical decision from Charles Akonnor.
Ghana coach Charles Akonnor refused to blame the absence of British players for the 10 defeats in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against South Africa. On Monday night, Black Stars beat first place in Group G with a score of 10 games. With their famous victory at the FNB Stadium, Bafana Bafana now leads the group.
As previously reported by Ghanasoccernet.com, the three-member committee tasked with identifying a new Black Stars coach delivered their report to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Friday. The committee, which included GFA vice-president Mark Addo, Dr Randy Abbey, and Alhaji Salifu Zida, Chairman of the Upper East Regional FA, has completed its search and submitted their findings to the association for approval.
Ghanaians have welcomed the decision of the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association to sack beleaguered Charles Akonnor. Black Stars head coach Charles Akonnor leaves his post with his Assistants with immediate effect. Meanwhile Ghanaians demand the sacking of the Technical Director of the Ghana Football Association.
The news is now official, as a statement from the Ghana FA confirms the 47-year-and old's his staff's resignation from the national team's management following the Black Stars' dismal start to the World Cup qualifiers. The Ghana Football Association's Executive Council has decided to terminate the employment of Black Stars Coach Charles Akonnor and his two assistants with immediate effect, according to a statement on the GFA website.