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Augustine Okrah signs for Al Merreikh but loaned to Al Ahli Khartoum thumbnail

Augustine Okrah signs for Al Merreikh but loaned to Al Ahli Khartoum

Reigning Ghana Premier League Most Valuable Player Augustine Okrah has signed a one-year deal for Sudanese side Al Merreikh but loan to Ahli Khartoum.
Ghana's slots for Africa reduced to two after drop in CAF ranking thumbnail

Ghana's slots for Africa reduced to two after drop in CAF ranking

Ghana’s slots for the 2015 CAF inter-clubs competitions have been reduced from four to two, the Ghana FA has confirmed.
Ghana boosted as Andre Ayew makes progress on return from injury thumbnail

Ghana boosted as Andre Ayew makes progress on return from injury

Olympique Marseille star Andre Ayew has begun light training to give Ghana a massive boost with just over a month to the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
Prince Owusu quits Medeama post to become Kwesi Appiah's assistant at Al Khartoum thumbnail

Prince Owusu quits Medeama post to become Kwesi Appiah's assistant at Al Khartoum

Prince Owusu is leaving his post as coach of Medeama to serve as an assistant to Kwesi Appiah at Sudanese club Al Khartoum.
Ghana suffer massive injury blow as Kwadwo Asamoah ruled out of 2015 AFCON; set to undergo surgery next week thumbnail

Ghana suffer massive injury blow as Kwadwo Asamoah ruled out of 2015 AFCON; set to undergo surgery next week

Ghana suffered a massive injury blow on Friday when influential midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah was ruled out of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations after his club Juventus confirmed the wing back would require surgery to correct a knee problem.
Ghana FA technical director Oti Akenteng relishing working with new coach Avram Grant thumbnail

Ghana FA technical director Oti Akenteng relishing working with new coach Avram Grant

Head of Ghana Football Association technical directorate Francis Oti Akenteng says he is looking forward to working with the ex-Chelsea boss.
Hearts of Oak board chairman Togbe Afede XIV explains his majority shares saved the club thumbnail

Hearts of Oak board chairman Togbe Afede XIV explains his majority shares saved the club

The majority shareholder of Accra Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV, has explained that he bought shares in Hearts to prevent the club from incurring more debts as a result of under-subscription of shares by Hearts fans.