The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has reaffirmed its best wishes to the entire management and playing body of the Senior National Team, the Black Stars, as they get set to wage war on the rest of the continent at the African Cup of Nations, Egypt 2019. Earlier this week, Head Coach Kwesi
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana(PFAG) wishes to extend season’s greetings to all our Muslim brothers and sisters around the world, most especially to all Ghanaian professional footballers here in the country and beyond. This is indeed a time for joyful celebration after successfully deepening the divine bond of faith during the past month.
As the world commemorates International Labour Day today May 1st, the Professional Footballers’ Association of Ghana (PFAG) extends its warmest well wishes to our hardworking and industrious members plying their trade both locally and internationally. The Association would particularly like to commend our members for the sense of commitment and professionalism displayed throughout the
The draw for the 32nd edition of the African Cup of Nations, Egypt 2019, has been successfully conducted in Giza. At a plush event held against the captivating backdrop of an on-looking Sphinx and a spectacular Pyramid, the continent’s top 24 footballing nations were drawn against each other into six groups of four.
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has expressed its delight at the impending return of domestic club football with the GFA Normalization Committee’s Special Competition kicking off this weekend. The Special Competition, as organized by the Normalization Committee, will involve all 16 current Premier League and 48 Division One clubs, and is intended
Ghanaian midfield maestro Thomas Teye Partey has been presented with the commemorative award he deservedly picked up as member of the first ever FIFPro Africa Best XI team. Newly instated member of the GFA Normalization Committee, Samuel Osei Kuffuor, presented the award to Thomas Partey moments before Ghana’s game against Kenya on Saturday on
Ghana’s Black Stars have qualified for the 32nd African Cup of Nations, Egypt 2019, as winners of AFCON Qualifying Group F. The Stars put up a determined and spirited performance to defeat the also qualified Harambee Stars by a lone goal to nil in their top of the table clash at the Accra Sports
Ghana’s U-23 side, The Black Meteors, have taken a commanding first leg lead over their Gabonese counterparts in their quest to qualify for the African Nations Olympic Qualifying Competition in Egypt later this year. A goal in either half from Kwabena Owusu and Bernard Tekpetey complimented Osman Bukari’s late brace to ensure a resounding
The senior national team, The Black Stars will lace up for an international assignment at the Accra Sports Stadium for the first time in five years when they play host to the Harambee Stars of Kenya this weekend. The fixture is the final AFCON Group F Qualifier for the African Nations Cup in Egypt
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has urged the national U23 team, the Black Meteors to overcome the challenge posed by Gabon in their quest to clinch a Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games ticket for the country. The Meteors, under the charismatic leadership of Coach Ibrahim Tanko, are aiming to post a convincing first