Another disappointing performance by the Black Stars, I guess many Ghanaians sees this coming based on their first match against Morocco. Gabon late equalizer put Ghana's AFCON hope in a scale to qualify for the next rounds. Benjamin Tetteh was also sent off during the post-match fight.
Asamoah Gyan, a Ghanaian football legend, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the Black Stars' 1-1 tie with Gabon at the ongoing African Cup of Nations in Cameroon. Ghana drew a vital AFCON match against Gabon yesterday due to a lackluster second-half performance. The Black Stars drew with the Panthers in a match after conceding in the 89th minute. His tenth goal at the AFCON appeared to have earned the Black Stars a point, but late in the game, Jim Allevinah scored from close range. Andrew gave Ghana the
The game between Ghana and Gabon has raised a lot of concerns on what exactly caused the chaos among the two teams. Many people have taken it to the social media to react to the incident that happens after the match. Though the Black Star Captain, Andrew Dede Ayew in his post match interview took time to explain to the people what actually caused the chaos.
Today Ghana's Group C fixture attracted a late drama where Ghana managed a 1-1 draw. The Man of the Match, Ayew Dede, explained that, there was no fair play. Baba Rahman was hit by the Gabon player and whilst he was lying on the field, there was no fair play to restart the game.
Ghana's hope of things turning around for the better when it comes to football seemed to be restored when Serbian coach Milovan Rajevac was (officially) appointed head coach of the Ghana Black Stars, leading to high expectations. However, due to the turn of events in the ongoing TotalAfrica Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2021, in which Ghana doesn't seems to be doing well (judging from the previous two matches), perhaps expectations were too high.
In a world where there are advantages and disadvantages in everything we do, you have to think about the other side of the things you deem successful or as a success. To gain a call up to the national team is a good news that every player wishes for.
Benjamin Tetteh is trending but for the bad reason after today's match against Gabon. Amid some emotional tweets about the brawl that ensued at the end of the game, comes one of the funniest remark about the conduct of the Ghanaian team. Bushman on twitter says "if you can't beat them during the match, you beat them after the march".
"They Fight In Parliament And In AFCON" - Ghanaians Sad As The AFCON Trophy Slips Out Of Their Hands
AFCON is one of the most interesting cup matches in the world has it unites Africans and brings out the joy in African Football. Ghana and Gabon faced each other in one interesting duel. It was match that could have gone either ways but ended sadly in a draw.
Milovan Rajevac and his assistants have works to do after losing to Algeria yesterday. Ahead of Black Stars opening game in the Africa Cup of Nations against Morocco, the Black Stars of Ghana may have to change the line up that will play for the team on Monday.
Please like, comment and share. Kindly follow me for more updates from me. Rev Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, the founder, and president of Worldwide Miracle Outreach has said that he felt very sad when the police had the guts to instruct the church on prophecies. While speaking this morning on TV3, the man of God said the police seem to be losing their main functions especially when it comes to the 31st December Service and that he feels sad for the statement issued on the church.
The host of Good Morning Africa on Pan Africa television, Kwame Owusu Danso (KOD), has stated that he believes that some NDC communicators are taking his show for granted. Kwame Owusu Danso made this statement on today's (4th January 2022) episode of 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television when revealed that a member of the communication team of the NDC, Gabriella Tetteh, who was supposed to be on the show this morning haven't shown up and she has also refused to answer his calls.
Ghana,is a west African country that spans the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic ocean to the south, sharing borders with the Côte d'Ivoire in the west,Burkina Faso in the north, and Togo in the east. With over 31 million people, Ghana is the second-most populous in west Africa, after Nigeria.
In football, field discipline is regarded as a code of conduct that both the players and the referee agree upon. In some cases, some players are caught up with indiscipline and the referees has to enforce the law. There have been series of indiscipline going on at AFCON from both the referees and players, so today the CAF discipline board met to iron out some of these unfortunate scenes at the TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon.
Thursday, 30th December 2021 The founder and leader of the World Miracle Outreach, Dr Lawrence Tetteh has justified the chaotic scenes that ended parliametary business for the year 2021. Speaking at TV3's New Day show monitored by CitizenOne today, Dr. Tetteh noted that, the house of legislation started on 7th January 2021 with chaos and has ended it with chaos.
A heartless man, who hacked to death, his own blood sister and went into hiding has been smoked out by the police, captured and taken into custody. Keanu Aboagye inflicted deep multiple cutlass wounds on his sister, Gladys Agyeman, at Begoro in the Fanteakwa North District of the Eastern Region and fled.
The Black Stars of Ghana have a friendly match against Algeria which was scheduled to take place on 5th January 2021 at exactly 4:00 pm. The team which includes Arsenal Player Thomas Partey and Joseph Painstil playing the attacking roles of the team. Unfortunately for Ghana the likes of Jordan Ayew and his brother Dede Ayew are all missing from the team's lineup.
The BREMAN ESSIAM Fire Station in the Central Region organized a get-together for it's personnel and used the occasion to bid farewell to two officers who were proceeding on their compusolry retirement. The District Fire Commander (DFO), DOIII Augustine Cudjoe expressed his gratitude to his personnel for their dedication and diligence to duty and high morale exhibited through out the year.
The body of man believed to have been gruesomely murdered and dumped in a cesspit at Battor in the North Tongu District of the Volta Region, has been uncovered. The body was found with the hands and thigh chopped off. The police have arrested and detained one Tetteh Ofoe, who they suspect, killed the man, believed to be in his 60s, and threw his remains into the cesspit to prevent any trace of him.
6th January 2022 Greater Accra Region Dan Abdul-Latif - Ablekuma Central Alfred Oko Vanderpuije - Ablekuma South Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe - Ada Mohammed Adamu Ramadan - Adenta Ernest Henry Norgbey - Ashaiman Naser Toure Mahama - Ayawaso East Yussif I. Jajah - Ayawaso North Rita Naa Odoley Sowah - Dade Kotopon
The Managing Director of T.T. Brothers Limited, Mr Isaac Tetteh says nothing makes him happier than seeing smiles on the faces of children within the Tema SOS village especially during the New Year festivities. According to him, the beauty of putting smiles on the faces of the orphans at the beginning of each year is a gesture which guarantees himself, family, his partners and organization more blessings and above all a hope for a successful year ahead.