Insurance is better for our teams than regulations- Oduro Sarfo

Renowned Football Administrator; Nana Oduro Sarfo has stated that, team owners and administrators insuring their buses and players is better than the Football Association putting a regulation on transportation in Ghana. Speaking on Joy FM, Nana said, most of the clubs in Ghana now have their personal buses and that, he do not see why

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Referees Committee

Officiating officials for week 23 of the Ghana Premier League

The communications department of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has released the officiating officials for  week 23 of the Ghana Premier League. All matches will be honored on Sunday except the Titanic encounter between Kotoko and Hearts which has been called off due to Kotoko’s unfortunate accident on Wednesday. Below are the officials for the

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Asante Kotoko

I warned Kotoko about the accident yesterday – Kintampo disaster prophet

The head Pastor of God’s Crown chapel, prophet Reindolf Oduro Gyebi has revealed he warned a Kotoko management member about the accident yesterday during the match against Inter Allies.    In an interview with Abusua FM,  he claimed he advised kotoko management to sleep over and travel back to kumasi on Thursday morning. “God open

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Kotoko team bus involved in accident, one dead, several injuries recorded.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko’s team bus has been involved in what appears to be a fatal accident on a return journey to Kumasi after game week 22 fixture against Inter Allies. The bus had about 35 occupants made up of players and team officials. Details of how the Wednesday night accident occurred are sketchy, but the

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PLB should be managed by private entity-Abdul Salam Yakubu

Running Football in Ghana is a charity work- Abdul Salam

The President of New Edubiase United; Abdul Salam Yakubu says that, engagement in a football business in Ghana yields no profit as a result of referees manipulations. The football administrator in an interview on Happy FM, blamed Club Chairmen in Ghana; stating that, it is inappropriate after paying an affiliation fee, officiating fee, players bonuses

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Refereeing is a hobby and not for business – Joseph Wellington

  FIFA referee retired, Joseph Wellington has reiterated the need for referees to see officiating as hobby but not a business venture. In addressing the issue of debt owed by the football Association for officiating the premier league he said “referee is not for business, we do it as a hobby” He stated that most

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