The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) is continuing its educational and familiarization tour of the Premiership Clubs with a visit to the camp of Asante Kotoko Football Club . The Players Union spent a considerable amount of time with Kotoko before the team left for Kumasi after camping in Accra for over a week.
The PFAG has welcomed the Italian Football Federation’s decision to rescind the one match ban originally imposed on Ghanaian footballer Sulley Muntari. The Association’s stance echoes that of its mother body, FIFPro, which recently released a press statement in support of the former Black Stars stalwart. Muntari received two yellow cards during Pescara’s league game
Though it may look glamorous on the outside, the life of a professional footballer is no walk in the park. The tedious nature of their daily workouts, contractual commitments, and the need to chart the course of ideal societal role models constantly exerts many pressures on them as professionals and as individuals. To help ensure
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