The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) wishes to extend its best wishes to the playing body and the management team of the Ghana Black Starlets as they begin their quest for glory at the FIFA U-17 World Cup, India 2017. The PFAG firmly believes that the excellent showing of our Starlets at the African
Ghana’s Black Stars beat their arch-rivals The Super Eagles of Nigeria 4-1 in the final of the WAFU Cup of Nations to emerge as champions. Nigeria, headed into the final on a high after their group game win against Ghana earlier in the tournament, and haven not conceded a goal in five outings leading up to
The local based senior national team, “Black Stars B”, have begun their quest for West African regional football supremacy. The 23 gallant warriors, selected for their excellent club performances in the Ghana Premier League, are expected to deliver the ultimate diadem at the WAFU Cup Competition currently ongoing here in Ghana. Sixteen of West Africa’s
Footballers from across the globe have begun voting for this year’s prestigious FIFA FIFPro World XI; and professional footballers in Ghana have not been left out. The results of the voting process will be announced in London on the 23rd of October, at “The Best FIFA Football Awards”. The top eleven footballers, as determined exclusively
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana has overseen the payment of Ghc10,000 to the family of former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder Uriah Asante. Asante, who until his demise last year had been playing for Bahraini side Al Riffa FC, is best remembered for his impressive displays for the Phobians in the Ghana Premier League.
Top ranking members of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana have paid a visit to the injured members of the Asante Kotoko team that were involved in Wednesday night’s unfortunate accident on the Nkawkaw road. The PFAG officials, led by General Secretary Anthony Baffoe, were joined by Managing Director Faris Atriki and his colleagues from