Medeama have been attacked by irate supporters of Kotoko after a Premier League game just a day before Ghana marks the 12th anniversary of the May 9 stadium disaster, Ghanasoccernet.com can reveal.
Ail Ain and Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan is unmoved over reports linking him away from the United Arab Emirates to an unnamed club in Europe.
Media reports in Ghana indicated that Gyan, who has scored 50 goals in 47 outings for his club in the Etisalat league, will soon leave for Europe after he won his second league title last month.
But the former Sunderland star has rubbished those reports in the local media by giving an assurance that he has not thought of parting company with the UAE Pro League Champions any time soon.
"I have not thought about moving to Europe, I will not even do that because for now I still have three years contract running with my club Ail Ain,” he said.
He continued: "Our aim was to win the league and we have done that, but unfortunately we were kicked out of the Asian Champions league, and our aim next season is to do well in the Asian Champions league.
Gyan, who won the golden boot award last season with 22 goals in the Pro Etisalat league, is on course to win another accolade, after he scored a hat-trick in their last match against Dubai Cultural Sports Club to take his goal tally to 28 goals in 20 league games this season, with his closest rival Grafite on 24 goals.
Ex-Hearts star Charles Taylor claims his former employers are responsible for his injury woes accusing them of using ‘black magic’ to thwart his career.
Kevin-Prince Boateng will return for Ghana to play in the potential World Cup qualifying group decider against Zambia later this year, ace commentator Moses Foh Amoaning has predicted.
Ghana players invited for Sunday’s World Cup qualifier against Sudan have hit top form ahead of their arrival in the country from today for the match in Kumasi.
Former Black Stars coach, Milovan Rajevac has finally opened up on his possible return to manage the Black Stars should the position become vacant; according to Nenad Glisic, who doubled as an aide and interpreter for the Serbian during his time with the senior national team.
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has named four debutants in his squad for this month's 2014 World Cup qualifier against Sudan in Kumasi.
Former Ghana Football Association chairman Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe says the Kwasi Nyantakyi-led administration must not to give up on convincing the Ayew brothers to rescind their decision of temporary quitting the Black Stars.