Black Maidens ‘Finnish’ Off Scandinavian Challenge To Secure Quarter-Final Spot

The Black Maidens of Ghana have reached the quarter-finals at the ongoing FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay. The Maidens turned in another strong performance to defeat Finland by 3 goals to 1 in Montevideo.   Milot Pokua, Abdulai Mukarama and Grace Animah were on the scoresheet as Ghana recorded a second straight victory

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PFAG Encourages Daniel Amartey to Bounce Back Stronger After Injury

The Professional Footballers’ Association of Ghana has sent its best wishes to Leicester City defender Daniel Amartey for a rapid recovery after the Ghana international defender suffered a horrendous ankle injury over the weekend.   The Ghanaian stalwart has recently established himself as an ever present in the heart of the Foxes’ defense, and was

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PFAG Elated with Landmark Agreement Between CAF and FIFPro Division Africa

The Professional Footballer’s Association of Ghana (PFAG) has hailed the 29th of September 2018 as a truly memorable day for all professional footballers on the continent.   At the 12th CAF Extra-Ordinary General Assembly, currently on-going in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, The Confederation of African Football (CAF) and FIFPro Division Africa have officially put pen to

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PFAG Wishes Normalisation Committee Well

Football’s world governing body, FIFA, has in consultation with the government of Ghana appointed a four-member Normalisation Committee that has been tasked with the interim running of Ghana football.   The committee is to be headed by local businessman Dr Kofi Amoah, who marshalled Ghana’s successful bid process and organisation of the 2008 African Cup

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