The medical team has played down injury concerns concerning Saddick Adams and Isaac Quansah after the pair was forced out of the team’ 2-1 win over NEA Salamina on Wednesday. Sadick Adams put Kotoko ahead in the MTN FA Cup quarterfinal match but he was substituted in the 50th minute after suffering what appeared to be a hamstring injury. Midfielder, Isaac Quansah who was enjoying his first start in a long while was also replaced following a knock on his left knee. Both players were treated by Team Nurse, Gabriel Ofori Adjei and Andrew Owusu Amankwah. “They are both okay and Saddick has even returned to the Black Stars ‘B’ camp” said Ofori Adjei. “Andrew and I assessed them and found that they were good. They received some knocks. We only applied ice to the affected parts an
Former Ghana youth star Godfred Donsah is set to replace Birmingham City bound Afriyie Acquah at Torino. The Italian outfit has settled on the young Ghanaian as a replacement for Acquah who is on his way to the English Championship. Italian side Torino will announce the capture of the workaholic midfielder Godfred Donsah the moment Birmingham City confirm the capture of the Black Stars player. Donsah had a good season with Bologna in the Italian league last season and would be hoping to continue his development at Torino
Amos Frimpong's penalty was enough to send Kotoko to the MTN FA Cup semi final after victory over Nea Salamina at the Baba Yara Stadium. The Porcupine Warriors recorded a 2-1 win over the division one league side in game played on Wednesday. Kotoko grabbed the opener in the 12th minute thriugh Saddick Adams after a lovely run from Emmanuel Gyamfi on the right flanks. The local tier side warmed themselves into the game after conceding with a lot of chances which went wasted. Striker Obeng Kwadwo finally found the equalizer for his side with a superb strike to end the first half on a 1-1 draw. Back from the break, Nea Salamina continued to trouble the Asante Kokoto defense but failed to turn it into goals after so many chances. The division one side were punished ...
Former Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has ended his contract with Spanish club Las Palmas by mutual consent. The former Portsmouth player is now without after leaving the Spanish side. Las Palmas cited "irreversible personal reasons" for the decision. The 30-year-old had a contract with La Liga side until 2020 after signing for them a year ago following a six-month absence from the sport after leaving Italy's AC Milan. He scored 10 goals in 28 appearances for Las Palmas including one on his debut. Boateng has previously played for Hertha Berlin, Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund, Portsmouth, Milan, twice, and Schalke.
Kwadwo Asamoah dropped a hint on social media that he is ready to leave Juventus for Galatasaray amid growing reports. Although Sky Sport Italia insist the full-back is not for sale, Mediaset Premium are confident he is moving ever closer to a Turkish transfer. With these stories circulating, Bianconeri fans contacted the Ghana international via his Twitter account and his replies certainly did not deny the Galatasaray link. He sent smiles to one user who offered to “meet you in Istanbul already” and “thank you” to another who wished him good luck. Source: Football Italia
asante kotoko Record Ghanaian champions, Kumasi Asante Kotoko have reportedly made initial contacts with four players of the Burkina Faso CHAN team, according to repors in the country. The Porcupines are making frantic efforts to augment their squad in a bid to challenge for titles next season, and have thus begun negotiations with the Burkinabes over possible moves. Asante Kotoko’s Executive Chairman, Kwame Kyei flew to Burkina Faso in a company of two other technical experts to scouts for some Burkinabe players. Defender Traore Lassana, Midfielder Kabore Youssouf as well as Sawadogo Illase and danger-man Sylla Sydney Mohammed are all believed to have caught the preying eyes of the Kotoko scouts. Ghana Sports sources understand the businessman who is in charge of the Reds h
Kotoko return into this season’s MTN FA Cup this Wednesday and ahead of the eagerly-awaited clash with Division One side, NEA Salamina at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, we look at the five major talking points surrounding the game. Nature of the FA Cup The FA Cup is known for giving "minnows" from the lower divisions the chance of eliminating Premier League giants. This year’s campaign hasn’t been different since some Premier League clubs have already fallen victims. The casualties that come to mind are WAFA who fell to Amidaus Professionals; Aduana Stars who were beaten by Techiman Eleven Wonders; Ashgold who lost to Asokwa Deportivo and Liberty Professionals who were edged out by Danbort FC. Kotoko’s Journey The Porcupines joined the campaign at the Round of 64 stage. Th
Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom says Huddersfield Town target Andy Yiadom will not be considered for selection while he is "in limbo". The 25-year-old Ghana defender, who arrived from League Two side Barnet in May 2016, was left out of Saturday's home defeat to Ipswich having started their two previous games. Heckingbottom said talks with Premier League newcomers are ongoing. "In my eyes I don't have Yids until I'm told different," he said. Talking to BBC Radio Sheffield, Heckingbottom added: "It wasn't right for me to involve Yids in the game on Saturday and if it is still the same, it won't be Tuesday because it is not fair on the other players. "We are all preparing for our game and obviously Yids is in limbo at the minute. "Until it is resolved one way or another and...
Kumasi Asante Kotoko and NEA Salamina will lock horns on Wednesday August 16 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium as they clear their outstanding MTN FA Cup quarter final match. The match was postponed as a result of Asante Kotoko’s unfortunate accidents which left most of their players unfit to train or even play the game at the time. Hearts of Oak and Medeama have already qualified to the semi-final stage of the competition after beating second tier Danbort and Amidaus Professionals respectively. Wa All Stars also defeated Berekum Chelsea to book a place in the last four of this year’s edition of the knock out completion. The game is expected to kick off at 15:30pm on Wednesday.
The West Zone A & West Zone B have opened media accreditation applications for the 2017 FOX WAFU Cup of Nations tournament to be held in Ghana next month. The competition which involves the national teams of all the 16 countries in West Africa will be staged in Cape Coast and Sekondi-Takoradi. Journalists interested in traveling to Ghana for the competition which starts on 9th September to report on the matches are required to apply for the media accreditation. The written press, radio, television and photographers are required to express interest by sending their personal information to apply. Applicants are also required to attach a digital passport picture to their e-mails. Reporters or journalists interested in applying must send the information below: Name: ...