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Two deputies for Kwesi Appiah will help in Black Stars synchronization – Saanie Daara

Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has explained the decision to appoint two deputies for incoming coach Kwesi Appiah. Saanie Daara says the decision is to ensure a smooth transition of players from the Local Black Stars to the main Black Stars. A week after Kwesi Appiah’s confirmation as the coach, attention has been drawn to his backroom ...

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Kwesi Appiah Returns: 10 facts about new Ghana coach

Kwesi Appiah is set to begin his second spell in May 2017. Here are 10 facts to know about the new Ghana coach 1. James Kwesi Appiah was born on 30 June 1960. 2. He is a Ghanaian football coach and former player. 3. He became manager of Sudanese club Al Khartoum in December 2014. 4. Appiah, a left back, ...

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Kwesi Appiah feels calls for his return are in place

Former Black Stars coach, James Kwesi Appiah, says calls for his  possible return to handle the Black Stars is not out of place. The former Asante Kotoko defender completed his interview with six member committee of the Ghana Football Association as he now awaits his fate. The Al Khartoum coach was one of three coaches interviewed for the top job ...

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Kwasi Appiah to return to Black Stars job?

Former Black Stars captain and coach, James Kwasi Appiah, could be returning to the job he quit over two years ago if the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS) has its way following strong indications that he is the favourite of the ministry among the list of applicants to replace Avram Grant. However, while there is no confirmation by the ...

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Avram Grant resigns after disappointing AFCON campaign

Avram Grant has resigned from his post as head coach of Ghana’s Black Stars with barely two weeks to the end of his contract. The 60-year-old Israeli coach signed a 28-month contract with the Ghana Football Association in 2015 following a troubled 2014 World Cup campaign. Citi Sports sources close to the Ghana Football Association say that a meeting was ...

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Asantehene dissolves Kotoko board

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II,  has dissolved the board of Kumasi Asante Kotoko with less than a month to the start of the 2016/2017 Premier League season. The date for the naming of a new board and management team to run the club is yet to be made public.A statement signed and issued by the Chief of Staff at ...

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Israel’s Mossad warns Avram Grant against travelling to Egypt for World Cup qualifier

Israel government’s most important security body, Mossad, has warned Ghana coach Avram Grant not to travel for Sunday’s crucial World Cup qualifier in Egypt insisting the journey is dangerous for the Israeli, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal. The Jewish state’s most feared security body says the Israeli coach’s trip with the Black Stars to Alexandria on Saturday for the Group E ...

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Coach E.K Afranie Dead

Emmanuel Kwesi Afranie A former Black Stars coach Emmanuel Kwesi (EK) Afranie has passed on.Family sources said an ambulance conveying him to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi was involved in an accident, leading to his death.The body has since been deposited at the Suhum Government Hospital, the source told Starr Sports.He was earlier admitted at the Korle-Bu Teaching ...

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Tamale Gears Up …For Stars-Cranes Clash

It has emerged from up north, Tamale, venue for the Ghana-Uganda World Cup qualifier that the indigenes are bracing up for tomorrow’s Group D fixture. The host city have not watched the Stars play since they last clashed with Togo prior to the last African Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea about two years ago. Indeed, the long break seem ...

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Coach Fred Osam-Duodu Had Passed On

Fred Osam-Duodu Former Black Stars coach Fred Osam-Duodu has passed on at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra on Tuesday.According to sources close to the highly respected technical brains, he died after a short illness.Osam-Duodu won the Africa Cup of Nations with Ghana in 1978 and also coached in several African countries, winning the 2005 U-17 African title with Gambia.He ...

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