Browsing: GHALCA

Ivory Coast are on the lookout for a new head coach after Mark Wilmots left the post in the wake of the Elephants’ failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. The former Belgium international and coach only took the job six months ago, replacing Michael Dussuyer, but along with the Ivorian Football Federation has now “amicably agreed to end their collaboration”. This comes after Ivory Coast lost 2-0 to Morocco in Abidjan on Saturday to miss out on top spot in Group C — and ultimately a ticket to Russia. It was the first time they had missed out…

The Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA) has made a cash donation of GHC 10,000 to Asante Kotoko following their sadden accident on Wednesday. Vice Chairman Alex Akummey and Treasurer George Amoako presented the money to the playing body led by captain Amos Frimpong on Friday morning at the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi. Ghana football was shaken on Wednesday night by the news that Asante Kotoko have been involved in a fatal accident in Nkawkaw en route to Kumasi after their week 22 of the Ghana Premier League encounter against Inter Allies. Several players and team officials suffered various…

Two Ghanaian players – striker Richmond Boakye Yiadom and center back Abraham Akwasi Frimpong – were in full action on Thursday night in the second leg of the 2017/18 Europa League preliminary round playing for their Serbian side Red Star Belgrade against Maltese opposition  Floriana. Boakye Yiadom, 24 ,  – a former Ghana U20 atatcker – is currently on fire scoring goals with both feet and the head as coach Vladan Milojević continues to count on his goals for this season. The strong center forward hit a brace in the first leg game played on 29th June at the Red Star…

Tuesday 4 July 2017, Kumasi.  Monday’s GHALCA President Cup contested by Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak is one that will go down in history as one of the most eventful Cup finals in the country. A football game that saw everything – the good, the bad and the ugly and the very , very, ugly. From William Abgovi’s horrible officiating through the extremely bloodied clashes between Kotoko’s Sadick Adams – the eventual hero in the game – and Hearts of Oak’s Vincent Atingah – one of the villains in the penalty shoot-out to the world-class winning penalty kick from the anomalous Sadick. ALSO…

And once again Ghana’s finest football clubs do battle at the Babayara sports stadium on Sunday as Steve Polack-inspired Asante Kotoko seek to clinch a first win  -in as many matches – over Thomas Abbey’s Accra Hearts of Oak when the President Cup is placed at the center of the battle field where only the stronger survive. Sunday’s Cup final is one in which we have the team with the best defence – Kotoko with Awal Mohammed as the chief defender – coming face to face with Hearts of Oak that boast of the best attack – with Thomas Abbey…

Mr George Amoako, who doubles as the treasurer of Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) and Vice Chairman of the Premier League Board (PLB), has revealed the former is in debt of five billion old Ghana cedis in the last four years. Amoako revealed his outfit has been struggling with finances over the years despite annually organizing the President Cup. This year’s cup match will be honored by the two glamorous clubs in the country, Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts, for a second successive year after the Porcupines clinched the trophy in Accra on penalties last year. Despite the debt owed,…