China's elite clubs look to South America
Posted On Friday, 14th December 2012
Top Chinese Super League clubs are looking to bring in more South America talent with reports linking Shanghai Shenhua to Rolando Schiavi, and champions Guangzhou Evergrande to Elkeson.
Ghanaian starlet Raymond Gyasi has returned to training for Dutch side AZ Alkmaar after recovering from an ankle injury.
Ghanaian goal buccaneer Abdul Majeed Waris is delighted with his last-gasp strike for Spartak Moscow which earned them the maximum points at FK Rostov in a narrow 1-0 win in the Russian Premier League on Sunday.
Influential winger Michael Helegbe will quit Ghana Premier League title-holders Asante Kotoko in January, according to reports in the local media.
Ex Ghana striker Tanko Ibrahim is urging the Ghana FA to make good use of Otto Addo in gathering vital information especially on the Germany team ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Asante Kotoko team manager Godwin Ablordey has defended the club’s planned acquisitions for the second half of the season.
Ghana’s CHAN team will camp in Namibia to finalize their preparations towards next year’s tournament in South Africa.
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