Toure, Anonman crowned Africa's best
Posted On Tuesday, 1st January 2013
Côte d’Ivoire midfielder Yaya Toure has been named the 2012 CAF African Player of the Year for the second year in succession, while Equatorial Guinea’s Genoveva Anonman was honoured as the continent’s top female footballer.
The Egyptian capital is buzzing with excitement ahead of Ghana’s arrival for the second-leg World Cup playoff on Tuesday.
The Premier League Board has handed AshantiGold a US$ 250 (Gh¢ 500) fine for fans misconduct.
Hearts of Oak trio Kwaku Andoh, Selasie Adjei and Emmanuel Hayford have been fined US$ 250 (Gh¢ 500) each for misconduct on match day 9.
Midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has defended his commitment to the Ghana cause despite missing two of the last qualifiers in the Brazil 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
Kevin Prince Boateng may have moved on with his beautiful fiancée Melissa Satta but his ex-wife and mother of his son Jermaine continues to give him off the pitch headache over their child.
Ghana duo of striker Asamoah Gyan and midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah have been named in CAF's shortlist for this year's African Footballer of the Year award.