The German-born midfielder was suspended from the World Cup squad on Thursday along with team mate Sulley Muntari, hours before a crucial group match against Portugal, after clashing with coach Kwesi Appiah and a Ghana Football Association official. Reuters Africa, 2 months ago
Boateng's Ghana career a controversial stop-start affair - Reuters Africa, 2 months ago
Ebo Quansah in Accra. The failure of Ghana at the 2014 World Cup has been a source of worry to many Ghanaians. With the state economy virtually on its knees, many are the ordinary Ghanaians who looked up to the Black Stars to redeem part of the ...Ghanaian Chronicle, 1 month ago
Ghana has been exposed as agreeing to take part in international football matches organised by match fixers. An undercover investigation by London's The Daily Telegraph and Channel Four's Dispatches programme found that the President of Ghana's ...Stuff.co.nz, 2 months ago World Cup: match fixing casts cloud over Ghana Sydney Morning Herald, 2 months ago SCANDALOUS REVELATIONS!! Telegraph newspaper accuses Ghana Football Association of match fixing Modern Ghana, 2 months ago GFA boss Nyantakyi fingered in match fixing scandal Graphic Ghana, 2 months ago
Algeria and Nigeria bowed out in the first knockout round after Cameroon, Ghana and Ivory Coast made first-round exits. THE WORLD CUPS TOP 20 MOMENTS THE WORLD CUPS TOP 20 PLAYERS TEAM OF THE TOURNAMENT REPORT CARD: ALL 32 TEAMS GRADED Source: ...NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago Africa results don't justify more World Cup places Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago Brazil 2014 World Cup: Why Africa failed to impress Nigeria Daily Independent, 1 month ago Brazil 2014 World Cup - Why Africa Failed to Impress Individual.com, 1 month ago
WHO CRIES FOR GFA, APPIAH AND THE STARS? By: Opanyin Yaw Baah Introduction The major fallout after Ghana's 2014 Brazil debacle among the football fraternity has been an unending and unwarranted attacks, insults, bastardization and calling for ...Modern Ghana, 1 week ago Who Cries for GFA? GhanaWeb, 2 weeks ago Who Cries For GFA, Appiah And The Stars? Asks Opanyin Yaw Baah Modern Ghana, 2 weeks ago
Olee ole ole olee reflections on a changing game The on-going World Cup will, once more, and without a doubt, confirm football as the world's most popular game. Many sports organise world championships in which they award trophies but it is ...GhanaWeb, 2 months ago Football reflections on a changing game Modern Ghana, 2 months ago
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