The Black Stars of Ghana has made a lot of great achievements and won lots of trophies as well with the help of their players. Here is the iconic starting lineup of the black stars of Ghana: In the goal post we have Samuel Adjei as the first choice goal keeper in the goal post for the black stars of Ghana.
Ex-Black Stars defender, John Paintsil says Liberty Professionals, have not celebrated its former President, Alhaji Sly Tetteh enough. Sly Tetteh, who passed on 11-years ago, had eyes for quality talents with the likes of former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, Sulley Muntari, Michael Essien all coming from the Liberty Professional stable.
Accra Hearts of Oak are on the verge of securing the services of a former Black Stars winger. The Phobians were not at their best last season despite winning a trophy for the teeming supporters of the club. Hearts of Oak were at their best last two seasons where they swept the board with breathtaking performances under the tutelage of Samuel Boadu.
The black stars of Ghana has made a lot of great players in history, most of these have done exceedingly well in football. Most of these players spent a lot of years playing in the European top flight leagues, some played in the English premier league, Italian seria A and the Spanish premier division respectively.
Accra Hearts of Oak will return to the CAF Confederation Cup after winning the 2021/22 MTN FA Cup ahead of Bechem United. The Phobians were not at their best last season despite claiming the MTN FA Cup where they had to come from behind to beat Bechem United by 2-1 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
According to reports gathered by this portal, Kumasi based club Asante Kotoko are on the verge of signing ex- blackstars player, Sulley Muntari. The former Inter Milan and Portsmouth player’s contract with rivals Accra Hearts of Oak expired at the end of the season and the Phobians are yet to open negotiations with Muntari.
The transfer market has been great this season, most of the teams are signing new players to join their them play next season while other players are also terminating their contracts in other to join different clubs. Accra hearts of Oak mid fielder Sulley Ali Muntari once said he wish he can sign a new contract with Kumasi Asante kotoko and play for them next season.
Accra Hearts of Oak and Black Stars midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari has revealed tonight that he is going to extend his stay at the capital-based club as his contract runs out. According to the former Inter Milan midfielder, he signed a half a year contract with Accra Hearts of Oak but will be part of the club as he will renew his contract.
Ghanaian players who played inter schools competition before gaining qualification to play for Ghana
The black stars of Ghana can boast of so many great talents, some still play professional football for club and country whilst others have also retired from football. Some of these players who had the opportunity to play for the black stars of Ghana national team had it from inter schools competitions from the various senior high schools.
The ex-Black Stars boss took time to praise Sulley Muntari and Samuel Inkoom in an interview with Ghanasportspage.com The experienced tactician, CK Akonnor says the return of the ex-Black Stars players has a great impact in the local league. Sulley Muntari joined Hearts of Oak on a short term early this year after staying three years without a club.
Legendary Mohammed Ahmed Polo has disclosed a desire to play for Asante Kotoko if he were to have another opportunity to enjoy football. Commenting on a purported move by Sulley Ali Muntari to Asante Kotoko, Mohammed Ahmed Polo, a former player of Accra Hearts of Oak backs the decision, adding that, he will have taken similar decision in his prime days.
Champions league winner Sulley Ali Muntari have spoken about few plans on how Hearts should approach the African campaign. He believes that the team’s desire to compete in the competition should not just be about being part of the numbers that are participating but making an impact and possibly getting far beyond expectations.
Accra Hearts of Oak legend Dan Quaye, has urged the club to maintain current coach Samuel Boadu as he believes the gaffer will deliver in the club. Boadu has come under pressure recently following the unfortunate comment from board member. Dr. Nyaho Tamaklo who believed Boadu is not perform well for the club.
Former Ghana international Sulley Ali Muntari will join the Accra Hearts of Oak pre-season training next week as they prepare for the start of the new campaign. Muntari, 37, joined the Phobians last season, and, helped them to retain the FA Cup trophy they won the season before.
Former Black Stars player, Sulley Ali Muntari is set to join Kumasi Asante Kotoko in this summer transfer. It has been reported that, the former Inter Milan and AC Milan midfielder wants to play CAF champions league football. According to GSN, the 2022 MTN FA Cup champions, Accra Hearts of Oak are set to offer Sulley Ali Muntari a new contract ahead of the 2022/2023 season but Muntari is interested in playing for Hearts of Oak's biggest rivals, Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Ghanaian Midfielder Sulley Muntari has recently expressed his eagerness to return to the Black Stars and assist the team ahead of the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Sulley Muntari has not played for the Black Stars since 2014. He has spent the 2021/2022 season in Ghana, assisting the Hearts of Oak to win the MTN Football Association Cup.
Sulley Muntari has revealed the desire to return back to the Blackstar camp if he is being called upon to represent. Sulley Muntari is well known in Ghana for his contribution towards the national football team as a player. The former Inter Milan and Ac Milan player was once a strong pillar in the Blackstar team as the team was built around him.
The Ghanaian midfielder was banned from the national team after an altercation with management team member Moses Parker at the 2014 world cup. Since then he hasn't played for the national team. He has now rendered a public apology for his behaviour to those involved and declared himself available for call-ups.
According to reports in the local media, former Ghanaian international Sulley Ali Muntari may join bitter rivals Asante Kotoko this summer on a free transfer. The 2010 Champions League champion and former AC Milan midfielder signed a six-month contract with Hearts of Oak in the middle of last season.
Former AC Milan and Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari is eager to return to the Black Stars and help the team ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Muntari, who spent the 2021/22 season in Ghana, helping Hearts of Oak win the MTN FA Cup, has not played for the Black Stars since 2014.