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Ghana Premier League to begin in February

Next season’s Ghana Premier League campaign is set to begin on the 11th of February 2018 after the Ghana Football Association announced its calendar for the next three seasons. The league campaign is expected to run until August 5, and will be preceded by a Super Cup clash between league champions Aduana Stars and MTN FA Cup holders Kumasi Asante Kotoko on January 27. The GFA in their stakeholder’s summit l ...

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Senegal needs guts to make history at World Cup – El Hadji Diouf

Senegalese football legend El Hadji Diouf is of the opinion that the Russia 2018 World Cup presents a fine opportunity for the current Teranga Lions to etch their names in the history books of the game. He, however, cautioned that achieving greatness will require more than mere football talent, which most agree Senegal have in good measure. On his way out of the venue of the 2017 AITEO CAF Awards he spared ...

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Lukaku’s ‘voodoo message’ led to Everton exit

Striker Romelu Lukaku decided to leave Everton after a “voodoo message” told him to join Chelsea, the Merseyside club’s major shareholder has claimed. The Belgium international, 24, eventually joined Manchester United for an initial £75m last summer. Farhad Moshiri told a shareholders’ meeting the player received the message “on a pilgrimage to Africa” having been set to sign a new deal at Everton. “He had ...

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UK-born Ghanaian, Sam Gyimah is UK’s Universities & Science Minister

UK born Ghanaian, Sam Gyimah, has been made Universities and Science Minister of England in Theresa May’s government reshuffle. The new minister mentioned in a tweet on his page that he is looking forward to taking up the new role and facing any challenge head-on. “Off to my new role as Universities & Science Minister and looking forward to the challenges ahead – thank you for your excellent work @JoJoh ...

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Liverpool footballer Jon Flanagan assaulted girlfriend

Liverpool footballer Jon Flanagan has pleaded guilty to assaulting his girlfriend. The 25-year-old defender appeared at Liverpool Magistrates' Court on Tuesday accused of kicking Rachael Wall. He was charged following an incident at 03:20 GMT in Duke Street, in Liverpool city centre, on 22 December. He will be sentenced later this month. Liverpool-born Flanagan has made more than 50 first-team appearances f ...

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Agyinasare marks 35yrs in ministry with miracle festival

The Founder and Presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, has launched the Festival of Miracles scheduled from 30 January to 2 February 2018 at the Independence Square in Accra, to mark his 35th anniversary in the ministry of God. Launching the event at the Tang Palace Hotel in Accra on Tuesday, 2 January 2018, Bishop Agyinasare said if a miracle is any supernatural interven ...

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger charged by FA after West Brom draw

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been charged by the Football Association over comments made to match officials after Sunday's 1-1 draw at West Brom. The Frenchman was angry after referee Mike Dean gave the Baggies a last-minute penalty, which they scored. It is alleged the 68-year-old's conduct in the match officials' changing room was abusive and that he questioned the integrity of the referee. Wenger ha ...

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Bantama gang rapists to spend New Year in cells

The four suspects involved in the gang-rape at Kumasi Bantama have been remanded again to reappear on January 3, 2018. The Asokwa Juvenile court presided over by His worship Peter Oppong Boahen remanded the suspects after the prosecutor told the court that investigations have not been concluded and would more time to conduct further investigations, lawyer for the suspects, lawyer John Boamah, said. The four ...

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Atsu : I could have been out for three months

Newcastle United star Christian Atsu has shed light on his recent injury, revealing how he was scared with an initial 12-week lay-off prognosis. The Ghanaian spent four weeks on the sidelines after straining a muscle while attempting a shot in a league fixture with Bournemouth on November 4. With the injury initially not thought to be serious, the 25-year-old headed for international duty after the game but ...

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Palestinian leader Abbas spurns US peace plan

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will not accept any US plan for peace with Israel, after it recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital. His comments came after a UN General Assembly vote effectively repudiated Washington's controversial declaration. A majority of countries backed a non-binding resolution affirming Jerusalem's status quo on Thursday. Washington has for the past few months been ...

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