Medeama president Moses Armah has offered some interesting praise for new coach Samuel Boadu, predicting he will thrive in his new job. Boadu, has earned rave reviews for his technical acumen after guiding the side to reach the semi-finals of the 2018 GHALCA G8 tournament. The former Asokwa Deportivo trainer is enjoying the full backing […]
Ghanaians have been left to fish out for at least 60 ‘unknown referees’ who were allegedly caught on tape taking cash to influence matches in the West African nation in an explosive investigative piece which has brought football on its knees. The sting which implicated local and foreign officials, was part of an Africa-wide operation […]
Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Teye Partey has set his sights on winning the biggest prize in European football ahead of the 2018/2019 season after being crowned the Ghanaian Footballer of the Year at the maiden edition of F360 Ghana Football Awards last Sunday. Partey came close to winning the UEFA Champions League trophy two seasons ago […]
Some Ghanaian female referees could face massive sanctioning after being caught in Anas’ video documentary aired last month. The undercover journalist went in to expose the rot which had extinguished the excitements in Ghana Football. Having exposed several referees in the Ghana Premier League, the journalist went on to reveal some female referees who also […]
FIFA President, Gianni Infantino says the world football ruling body recognises only Amaju Pinnick as president of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), and will not accept any outside interference in NFF’s affairs. Infantino, while responding to questions at a press conference in Moscow on Friday, said Pinnick was duly elected and in accordance with FIFA rules. […]
Medeama SC Coach Samuel Boadu has disclosed that Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola is his role model following their win over Hearts of Oak in the ongoing GHALCA G-8 tournament on Wednesday. Boadu, who took over the reins of the Tarkwa-based outfit late last year, guided the side to beat Premier League giants Hearts of […]
Medeama Football Club was established 2008 as a third division club. The club failed in its initial attempt to qualify to the Ghana Premier League in 2010, leading to the purchase of now defunct Kessben FC the same year
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