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
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana is both shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the tragic incident in the late hours of Wednesday 12th July 2017, involving the team bus conveying players and technical staff of Asante Kotoko Football Club. The accident, which occurred as the team returned to Kumasi after their Ghana Premier
A brand new season of the Ghana Premier League is off and running; and the chase has already began to unseat defending champions Wa All Stars from their lofty perch on top of the Ghana club football log. After the heartache of AFCON 2017, local football fans will be expecting lots of excitement as they
Continental Club Masters, Accra Hearts of Oak emerged 4-nil victors in a special friendly fixture against the Out of Contract players of the Professional Footballers’ Association of Ghana. The keenly contested match, which came off on Monday 20th March 2017 at the Ajax Park in Legon, saw the PFAG lads provide the “Phobians” with a
The out-of-contract players of Ghana drew 0-0 with a combined strong Ghana Premier League and Division One League select side at the Ajax Park on the University of Ghana campus on Thursday, 27th October 2016. The match was organised by the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana to help keep players in good shape and
Revered by teeming local supporters, feared by opposing fans, and respected by all, the name Stephen Aidoo is one that will forever resonate in the hearts and minds of all football followers in the country, especially those who witnessed his heroics in the Central and Western Regions. Famed for his strength and bravado, “Aponkye”
As the final specks of dust settle on what has been a truly remarkable and keenly contested premier league season here in Ghana, the PFAG, home to all of the country’s football stars, provides you with a quick wrap up of all the key points that ensured this past season will live long in the