Communication Director of premier league giant Accra Hearts of Oak Kwame Opare Addo says the club went in for Mr. Dickson Ocloo because of his competent. The Phobians last week appointed former Liberty Professionals head coach Mr. Dickson Ocloo as the club new assistant manager. This decision came after the club parted ways with former gaffer Samuel Boadu following his poor performance with the club.
Hardworking left back William Denkyi, has end his stay with the Phobians after helping them to win this year MTN FA Cup trophy for the second time. Denkyi contract with the Phobians ended yesterday but there was no negotiations for contract extension from both sides. Denkyi yesterday pen down emotional message to thank the Phobians family for their support and love during his stay with the oak family.
The Matchday 21 action in the National Division One League, DOL continued on Saturday with some interesting results. In Zone Three, leaders Liberty Professionals kept their promotion hopes alive with an important 3-1 away win over Mighty Jets at the MATS Park, Teshie in Accra. Second placed Tema Youth kept the pressure on the leaders with a 3-1 win over Akatsi All Stars at the WAFA Park in Sogakope.
Hardworking mildfielder dynamo Frederick Ansah Botchway, is close in signing another two years contract extension with the Phobians after a successful talk with the club. The former Liberty Professionals mildfielder contract with the Phobians will end when the current premier league season campaign ends. It has been reported that negotiations for the player to extend his contract with the club has fallen into pieces since the club is yet to meet his demands and also to pay his two years contract signing on fees.
Liberty Professionals Captain, Nathaniel Paul Kwame, is relishing a return to the premier league status with Liberty Professionals thanks to a play-off’s in pursuit for AshGold’s replacement due to demotion last season. Kwame, believes this is their best berth for premier league return after missing out qualification by just a point in last season’s Division One league.
Matchday 18 action in the national Division One League, DOL started on Saturday with some interesting results as the battle for qualification to the top-flight unfolds. In Zone One, Steadfast FC beat Baffour Soccer Academy 3-0 at Tamale to keep them in the running for qualification; Unity FC drew goalless with Tano Bofoakwa at home also in Zone One.
National Division One League, DOL sides Tamale City, Nzema Kotoko and Liberty Professionals all recorded wins in the ongoing campaign as the season unfolds. These came on Matchday 20 action in the competition as clubs in the second tier league in Ghana battle to gain promotion to the Ghana Premier League, GPL.
Action in the National Division One League, DOL in Ghana, will continue this weekend in all three zones with the Matchday 25 fixtures across the country. In Zone Three, leaders Tema Youth FC will be on the road as they play Tudu Mighty Jets at the MATS Park, Teshie in Accra on Saturday.
Liberty Professionals hopes to stage a quick return to the GPL as they lead the DOL Zone Three table
Former Elite-Division campaigners Liberty Professionals are hoping to stage a quick comeback to the Ghanaian top-flight league after being relegated last season. The Scientific Soccer lads lead the standing in the National Division One League, DOL Zone Three after 21 matches and, with nine matches to end the campaign, they are hopeful of securing the sole ticket from this zone.
Premier League giant Kumasi Asante Kotoko are busy in the transfer market looking for the best to brief up their squad for the Caf champions league and the Premier League season. The Porcupine Warrior's doing everything possible to make sure it defend the league title when the season commence.
The former captain of the black stars team, Asamoah Gyan has opened up about his relationship with the current captain of the team, Andre Dede Ayew. Many Ghanaians have been questioning their relationship after the captaincy brouhaha which later led to the resignation from Gyan in the national team.
Golden sports with an exclusive one on one with William Ntori Dankyi as he shares his memories and experiences as a former player of Accra Hearts of Oak. I joined this beautiful family as a young player from Liberty Professionals and l have enjoyed the periods l have stayed with the team.
Ghana champions Asante Kotoko has announced the signing of two more players to add to their squad for the upcoming campaign. The club has posted on their media channels the signings of defender Sheriff Mohammed and forward Nicholas Mensah on separate three-year deals. Sheriff Mohammed is a former player of Liberty Professionals and, joins Asante Kotoko from EuroAfrica FC ahead of the new football season.
Young Ghanaian coach, Ignatius Osei Fosu has said that, Hearts of Oak Oak’s struggles for results in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season stems from fatigue. The Phobians have coiled back into their shells after a blistering outing which culminated in a domestic treble title last season.
Former Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari says he has not come to Hearts of Oak to engage in any unhealthy competition. Muntari, who once plied his youth trade for now relegated Liberty Professionals, has signed for defending champions, Hearts of Oak - making a return to the domestic league after 21 years away.
Botchway's current contract is due to expire at the end of this season, which means he is also eligible to sign a pre-contract agreement with a new club should he decide to end his bromance with the Phobians. Reasons behind his decisions are unknown but there are hush talks in the Ghanaian media which suggests it could be due to limited game time.
Former Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari says he is at the club to help nurture the young players. The 37-year-old joined the Phobians on a free transfer until the end of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season. Having won the UEFA Champions League and the Italian Scudetto with Inter Milan, the English FA Cup with Portsmouth, the former Liberty Professionals midfielder wants to pass on the experience to the youngster generation.
Record Ghana top scorer Asamoah Gyan has said he aims to coach the Black Stars in future and will work towards that. The former Liberty Professionals and Legon Cities player said he will begin his coaching badges in June with a future aim of coaching the national team. "I will like to coach the Black Stars but everything takes time.
Freedom Professionals' fantasy of an early re-visitation of the Ghana Premier League got a significant lift on Wednesday, May 18, following their triumph over Tema Youth at the Tema Stadium. Two objectives in the final part from Blaise Macadjei and Seedorf Asante were sufficient to beat the Harbor Warriors, who struck right off the bat in the game through Evans Osei Wusu.
Ghana football has been riddled with hooliganism for a long time. The lower leagues are mostly the culprits of such hooligans. We should not sit and fold our arms for the worst to happen before we take action. Punitive measures are not taken against perpetrators of such acts therefore they are doing it continuously without fear.