Accra Hearts of Oak players resumed training this morning after a 12-day break to start preparations for the end of the league season. The team were given a 12-day break from training after the Ghana Premier League was put on a month break for the WAFU tournament. But the Phobians have now returned to training at their Ajax Park grounds in Legon to prepare for the remaining of the league games. The Phobians still have their eyes on the league title despite a 3-3 stalemate at home with Aduana Stars and are preparing tirelessly to make sure they don;t drop any points from their last four games.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko players returns to training on Wednesday September 6 at their Adako Jarchie training grounds. The playing body and the technical team were all given a break to spend some time with their family after the league went on break for a month for the WAFU tournament. But the Porcupine Warriors returns to training on Wednesday to continue their program for the remaining of the season after they were giving a five day rest. Kotoko has three of their players in the WAFU team for the tournament in Ghana which is expected to kick off on September 9.
Ghana’s home-based Black Stars have been forced to call off their first training session in Ouagadougou following the Burkina Faso Federation’s inability to provide the team a training field. Huge uncertainty surrounded the first training session of Ghana’s home-based Black Stars as Burkina Faso officials kept tossing the team around from one training center to another. The technical team was forced to call off the session at 17:45 GMT and were compelled to rely on a 30-minute shakeup in the hotel after calling off the session. The team was scheduled to train on Thursday afternoon ahead of their mandatory training session at the match venue on Friday afternoon but the allocated venue was occupied when the Black Stars B arrived at the venue. The Black Stars B were ta
Asante Kotoko intensifies their training session ahead of Sunday's clash against Hearts of Oak at the Baba Yara Stadium. The Porcupine Warriors are putting up measures which will prepare them for the duel against their bitterest rivals in Kumasi this weekend. As part of measures to make the team ready for the game, the Reds thrashed lower side Natcoster FC 4-1 in a friendly game. Kotoko marks their return to the field on Sunday against fierce rivals Hearts of Oak after the tragic accident in Nkawkaw some weeks ago. The players with the players has returned to training as they prepare to bounce back from that unfortunate incident. However it is unclear if their head coach Steve Polack would be on the bench on Sunday since both he and his assistant are still on crutches. ...
Accra Hearts of Oak will return to training tomorrow ahead of their titanic clash with rivals Asante Kotoko on Monday. The Phobians returned to Accra this afternoon after their 3- 3 draw game against Bolga All Stars in Tamale. Coach Nuttal and his men will train at their Ajax park training grounds in Legon as they seek to record another win over Kotoko in the Ghana @60 celebration match slated for the Accra Sports Stadium. Their last meeting in the league went in favor of the Accra based side after recording a 1 - 0 victory over Kotoko.
Accra Hearts of Oak have been handed a massive boost with the return of injured duo Robin Gnagne and Richard Yamoah. The two players have been in the treatment room for some time now but has now returned to the team’s training. Robin has not featured for the club after sustaining a groin injury in their opening day clash with Inter Allies. The Ivorian import was put under a stringent programme by the medical department of the club and having successfully gone through treatment, he returned to training on Monday. Richard Yamoah who has not tasted action this season after picking up a serious knee injury in the second match of the 2015/16 season returned to training on Monday. Meanwhile, midfielder Malik Akowuah remain out with an ankle injury he picked up in the 4-2 win o
Accra Hearts of Oak has intensified the club's training session ahead of this weekend's big game with Berekum Chelsea. The Phobians after enjoying a 3 days off last week returned on Monday to begin preparation for match-day 9 of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League at their Ajax park inside the Legon campus. Hearts trained on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday but break on Thursday where they are expected to return on Friday to put final touches to their preparation ahead of the Sunday's game. The team had a long training session on Wednesday where it lasted for two-hour-thirty-minutes. The Accra based side will face Berekum Chelsea on Sunday away from home in the week nine of the on going Ghana premier league.
Hearts of Oak will return to training today at their Ajax park grounds after the team were giving a three-day break last Thursday. The Technical handlers of the club handed the team a some time out of training after a very tight fixture schedule came to an end. Hearts played three games in eight days, beating Olympics a fortnight ago, before losing to Tema Youth in midweek, and recovering to defeat to defeat fierce rivals Asante Kotoko last Sunday. After recovery training sessions on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, the technical team decided to break the players for three days with no game coming up the weekend ahead.
Players of Accra based Hearts of Oak boycotted training this morning over unpaid salary. The players refused to turn up for training at their Legon training grounds on Tuesday over claims of unpaid salary. This decision by the players if not solved could be a big blow to the club as the Ghana Premier League begins this weekend. Hearts begins it league campaign with a fierce game against Inter Allies in either Saturday or Sunday depending on the results of the Black Stars semi final game against Cameroon on Thursday.
The Ghana Black Stars team has returned to training this morning after beating the Cranes of Uganda in their Group D opener yesterday in at the Stade de Port Gentil. The Stars trained at their Sogara Stadium at Port Gentil as they prepare for their next game against Mali in a few days time. All players took part in the session apart from Schalke's Abdul Baba Rahman who is in Libreville for a test on an injury he picked up in yesterday's game. Ghana clash with Mali on Saturday as they seek to book a place in the second as they look to end their 34 year old AFCON trophy drought this year.