African Football Policy Makers Brainstorm in Accra

The Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra was the point of convergence this past week for some of the continent’s topmost football administrators as Ghana played host to the FIFPro Division Africa non-elective Congress.   The two-day event, which was organized by the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) provided the platform for key stakeholder deliberations

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FIFPRO Division Africa Non-Elective Congress Ends Successfully in Accra

The non-elective Congress of the Division Africa the International Federation of Professional Footballers  (FIFPRO) ended successfully in Ghana,Tuesday, 27th July 2021.   Led by the General Secretary of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana, Anthony Baffoe, the Congress was attended by 13 union members held at the Golden Tulip hotel in Accra.The Congress discussed many

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The FIFPRO Division Africa Non-Elective Congress comes off in Accra, Ghana, Tuesday – July 27, 2021

The non-elective congress will be attended by 13 member unions from Africa. The congress will be at Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra, Ghana at 9:30am. The Professional Footballers Association (PFAG) will be represented by its General Secretary, Anthony Baffoe, Deputy General Secretary Solomon Torson and Head of Player Relations, Yussif Chibsah.   The mini congress

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PFAG Committed to Fighting Hooliganism in Ghana Football

The General Secretary of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana, Anthony Baffoe, has added his voice to calls for greater efforts at eliminating hooliganism from the domestic football domain.   Mr. Baffoe, who until recently served as Confederation of African Football (CAF) Deputy General Secretary, made the call at a stakeholders’ forum organized by the

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PFAG Welcomes Appointment of Adjoa Bayor as Women National Teams Coordinator

Former Ghana Black Queens skipper, Adjoa Bayor has been appointed as the GFA’s National Coordinator for the country’s four female national teams.   Bayor, who was adjudged African Women’s Footballer of the Year in 2003 has over the years been a strong member of the Professional Footballers’ Association of Ghana (PFAG) and has been instrumental

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PFAG URGES BLACK SATELLITES TO ANNEX AFRICAN JUVENILE FOOTBALL’S ULTIMATE DIADEM

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has sent its best wishes to the Black Satellites ahead of their U-20 African Cup of Nations grand finale against Uganda later today.   The Satellites have showcased their sparkling attributes throughout the past fortnight in Mauritania, and as the mother body of all Ghanaian footballers, the PFAG

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PFAG Motivates Kotoko and AshantiGold Ahead of Continental Assignments

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has extended its best wishes to Ghana’s two representatives in this season’s CAF inter-club competitions Kumasi Asante Kotoko and AshantiGold as they get set to kickstart their continental campaigns this weekend.   Kotoko will be crossing swords with FC Nouadhibou of Mauritaia in the CAF Champions League Preliminary

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PFAG Commended for Successful “Battle of the Stars” Exhibition Football Fiesta

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) in conjunction with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), has successfully organized the much anticipated “Battle of the Stars” exhibition football match to herald the start of the impending 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season.   The game, played at the Ndoum Sports Complex in

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PFAG Encourages Clubs to Adhere to COVID-19 Protocols as Resumption of Football Nears

The Professional Footballers Association Ghana (PFAG) has encouraged all stakeholders to abide by guidelines and protocols drawn up to prevent any possible spread of the COVID-19 pandemic across match venues once football activities return in November.   The Association has noted with great satisfaction the commitment by all stakeholders to ensure health measures are at

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