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Ghana 1 – England 1

Ghana played a determined game despite being down one nil to England three minutes to half time to equalize in the 90th minute of their historic friendly game at Wembley. Asamoah Gyan scored the equalizer for Ghana in the 90th minute. The match mostly dominated by the English saw the …

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Ghana 3 England 2 – British High Commissioner predicts

The British High Commissioner to Ghana, Mr Matthew Johnson, has predicted that Ghana will win tonight’s friendly match against England at the Wembley Stadium by three goals to two. The High Commissioner said even though he knows the match will be competitive, he knows that Ghana will carry the day …

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Danny Welbeck dumps Ghana, opts for England

Ghana’s dream of getting on-loan Sunderland striker Danny Welbeck to switch nationality from England and play for the Black Stars is over. He has been called up by the Three Lions to feature in tonight’s friendly against Ghana. According to FIFA rules once a player with dual nationality features for …

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English FA to honour Arthur Wharton’s granddaughter at Ghana-England friendly

The English Football Association (FA) would honour the granddaughter of the first Ghanaian professional footballer to play in the English Premiership. Sheila Leeson is the granddaughter of Ghanaian-born British first black professional footballer Arthur Wharton, she would be honoured before the Ghana-England match at Wembley on Tuesday March 29, 2011, …

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Drogba double powers Cote d’Ivoire to victory in Accra

Striker Didier Drogba scored a brace to guide Cote d’Ivoire to a 2-1 victory over Benin in their 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Sunday at the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra, Ghana. The Chelsea hit-man, scored in each half to cancel Seidah Tchomogo’s opener in the Group H …

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Cote d’Ivoire eye Benin victory to douse tension

The Elephants have targeted the maximum points against Benin in this weekend’s 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Accra to douse tension back home. The political turmoil in the wake of presidential elections compelled the Confederation of African Football to relocate the game to Accra, and the team is …

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Drogba rallies Essien support

Ivorian striker Didier Drogba, has rallied support for his Chelsea team mate Michael Essien in what he described as “difficult times for the Ghanaian midfielder”. Essien has metamorphosed into a near unpopular figure after excusing himself from international duty for an unspecified period. Drogba, who will lead the Elephants in …

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Bright Addae not coming for Meteors-Sudan game

Black Meteors Central defender Bright Addae has been ruled out of this weekend’s London 2012 Olympic Games qualifier against Sudan in Accra. The 18-year old defender currently on loan at Spanish third division outfit Terrassa from Italian Serie A side, Parma was one of two foreign-based players invited for the …

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Ghana Rugby League launched

The Greater Accra Rugby Association (GARA) on Tuesday launched the maiden edition of the Greater Rugby League as part of efforts to promote the sport in the Region. The League, which is expected to run for four months in an all-play-all format will commence at the University of Ghana pitch, …

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GFA presidential hopeful surprised at Executive Committee decision on elections

An FA Presidential hopeful Neil Armstrong Mortagbe has expressed surprise at the FA Executive Committee’s decision to hold the Presidential elections before that of the Regional Football Association. Mr. Armstrong says he has referred the matter to his legal team since it’s difficult to understand the rationale behind the decision. …

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