Black Stars of Ghana could have another direction in the area of management as Samuel Osei Kuffour is in line to succeed George Amoako, reliable sources from the football governing body and the government of Ghana have hinted. The sources indicated proposals have been made to the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association by government through the Sports Ministry, to hand over the management of the Senior National team Black Stars to former Bayern Munich defender Samuel Osei Kuffour.
The Ghana football association held a press briefing today Friday 24 September 2021 on the unveiling of the new coach of Ghana Coach Milovan Rajivac. The 61 year old serbian who took Ghana to a past world cup which still gives us sweet memories till now. present at the ceremony were a lot of dignitaries like the GFA boss of course Kurt Edwin simeon Okraku.
There is not much time for teams billed to part take in next year’s Africa Cup of Nations. Ghana - like others - are putting together a list of players to compete at the continental showpiece. Whereas some have been bold enough to put out their squad, others are yet to make it known, but the final day of December sets a mandatory timeline for teams to submit their final squad to the Confederation of Africa Football.
Coach Milovan Rajevac and Black Stars Management Committee are set to submit their report to the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association today. The technical department headed by Milovan Rajevac will submit an extensive report, detailing what accounted for the shambolic displays of the team in Cameroon.
The Ghana Football Association has confirmed that Black Stars head coach Milovan Rajevac will announce his provisional squad for the impending Nations Cup on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at the Conference Room of the Football Association. “The Conference which is scheduled for 2pm will be addressed by Coach of the Black Stars Milovan Rajevac as he names his provisional squad ahead of Ghana’s participation in the 33rd edition of the TotalEnegies Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.” The Ghana Football Association stated in a press release.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko has always been finding it difficult to get a competent board members, but has been changing executives upon executives. The Personal Assistant to Dr. Kwame Kyei, Nana Gyambibi Coker is set to benamed as the Operations Manager of Asante Kotoko. Coker was the General Manager of the immediate past management which was led by George Amoako. After Nana Yaw Amponsah officially took office as the new Chief Executive Officer of the club, former employees have been asked to reply for their jobs.
Coach Opeele Aboagye has openly disclosed who he thinks is the best player in the ongoing Ghana Premiere league for 2020/2021 season. Even though the league started not very long ago, the football analyst coach believe that he has an eye and has spotted who is currently the best player in the GPL. Best players are normally recognized after the whole season has been played, but football pundits like coach Opeele Aboagye can openly express his views. This is subject to a debate as many people might not agree with
It is the normal rule in all aspect of the leagues in Ghana.It is seen that, whether there's a postponement or not the match will still be played.
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Poor management on the pitch has been our problem as a team. This is what makes the development of our players and playing style become worst because of the belief they have. George Amoako, a GFA Executive Council Member has disclosed that, most of the Ghanaian players in Europe are unwilling to play for Ghana due to certain perceptions and long held notions about Ghana and African football. The cases of Quincy Owusu Abeyie, Emmanuel Frimpong, Kevin Prince Boateng, Akwasi Appiah among others are clear examples.
The Burkina Faso striker after spending 2-years in the Ghana Premier League with the Porcupine Warriors saw his contract expire at the end of April. Kotoko management offered a contract extension to the Tiring attacker, but he rejected it, as the two couldn’t find an agreement. Yanga unveiled their new striker in flamboyant style on 31st August after Yacouba signed a 2-year-deal. the industrious striker conveyed his appreciation to the entire Asante Kotoko team for the amazing supports since joining
Former Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer has pleaded with the media together with the supporters of Kotoko to rally behind Nana Yaw Amponsah. According to him, the Current CEO is capable and will succeed if he gets support. “My statement that I will not come back to kotoko again was not made out of bitterness. I believe I have served kokoto on several occasions. “I'm now old and have to give way to others. I'm sorry if any kotoko supporter got offended by that statement. I hope this board with
The immediate past management of Kotoko is widely seen as failures who did nothing positive to help the club. The management whose contract came to an end and never got extended due to poor managerial skills. Mr. George Amoako They subjected the club to public ridicule due to the confusions they caused within and without. The immediate past CEO of the club was George Amoako. The former CEO has vehemently expressed his dissatisfaction in his last days at Kotoko. He claims that the Kotoko club was ran with a monopoly
George Amoako charged Coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor of the Black Stars and his technical team to sit up and immediately correct the errors following the loss of Ghana in Sudan. The Black Stars hoped to seal an early qualification for the 2021 African Cup of NationsAfcon to be held in Cameroon, but the team's early qualification was halted by defeat in Omdurman. However, Mr Amoako said in an interview that the outcome of the Sudan game fell below expectations and some lessons should be learnt from it. I hope
The Baba Yara based side have been without a lead trainer since the unexpected takeoff of Paa Kwesi Faabin prior a week ago.
Liberty Professionals' George Amoako is on cloud nine after his man-of-the-match award against Great Olympics. The central midfielder was adjudged the best performing player when the Scientific Soccer lads produced a 2-0 win in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League match-day five match at Carl Reindorf Park on Sunday. “I feel so excited to be named man-of-the-match. The task wasn’t easy but we have been able to make it. “It wasn’t easy because Olympics has been beating us since last season and even in our
Ghana Premier League club, Asante Kotoko unveiled Nana Yaw Amponsah as the CEO of the club at the Sports Hotel on Friday. Amponsah will replace George Amoako whose 3 year contract came to an end this year. His appointment was no surprise as many news outlets reported this development earlier this week. Months ago, rumour was circulating that he would not get the job because he revealed what was supposed to be kept a secret at the vetting to the media. Speaking in his first interview as Kotoko CEO at Kumasi-based
George Amoako has charged Black Stars mentor Charles Kwablan Akonnor and his specialized group to sit up and promptly right the errors following Ghana's annihilation in Sudan. The Black Stars were planning to seal an early capability for the 2021 African Cup of Nations Afcon that will be facilitated in Cameroon yet rout in Omdurman has ended the group's initial capability. Notwithstanding, Mr. Amoako in a meeting said the result of the Sudan game fell underneath desire and that a few exercises ought to be
George Amoako, the Management Committee Chairman of the Black Stars has disclosed that they are struggling to convince European-born players of Ghanaian origin to play for the country due to some negative perceptions the said players have about the Black Stars. Amoako says notions about juju and deliberate career-threatening tackles have gotten into the minds of the players which has made it extremely difficult for those players to switch allegiance to the country. He revealed to Nyhira FM that some of the
Former Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer, George Amoako, has revealed that he is going to use some money Kotoko owed him to an Orphanage home. Asante Kotoko Board has paid off George Amoako five months salary arrears yesterday and the King Faisal Chief Executive Officer says he is going to give some out as a donation. Speaking on Kumasi-based Nhyira FM, George Amoako said, “It is true Kotoko has paid all my arrears, however, I will donate some arrears paid to Orphanage home at my hometown.” The astute