The competition is getting keener and keener and the surprises continue as the gameweek 2 of the Ghana premier league came off last weekend. The first match of the gameweek happened at Sogakope where WAFA welcomed defending Champions, Accra Hearts of Oak, and the Phobians winless run at the venue since the 2014/15 season continued as the match played out in a one-all draw.
This is where Omar Manaf, the heart of the Oaks midfielder, came on loan from the newly promoted Royal Tamale United. But before that, he had agreed to extend the contract with Orc Heart. According to Phobianews.com, Orc Heart and the midfielder agreed in principle to renew their contract for two years.
Techiman City has now thrown in the towel in the Division one league matches.The difficulty and obstacles laid before the team is forseeable, with some desperate decisions taken by the football governing body and other officials to frustrate the club.This is the same team, that was banned not to play their home games at Techiman but suppose to relocate to where GFA will chose for them.
As part of measures to clamp down hooliganism, the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association, has indefinitely banned Twumasi Sports Complex in Nsuatre in Bono region and and Ejisu Okese Park in Ashanti region. Offense In the case of Twumasi Sports Complex, it hosted a division one league game between Nsuatreman FC and Real Tamale United in zone one this afternoon. After the said game, officials and the entire playing body of the away team Real Tamale United were subjected to all manner of assault.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has donated one hundred thousand Ghana cedis to Real Tamale United (RTU), aimed at boosting the team's chances of qualifying to the Ghana Premier league next season.Alhaji Shani Alhassan Shaibu, the northern regional minister, today, 14th April 2021, led a delegation from the office of the Vice President, to donate an amount of Ghc 100,000 to RTU, the pride of the north.