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WBO agree to review Pacquiao-Horn bout but cannot overturn decision

The World Boxing Organization (WBO) has agreed to review the controversial points decision that led to Jeff Horn's welterweight world…

Shake-up at GNPC causes Kwesi Appiah's salary delay - Sports Ministry

The Youth and Sports Ministry has explained that changes at GNPC has caused the delay in salaries of Black Stars…

Kotoko beat Hearts on penalties to retain UBA President’s Cup

Asante Kotoko beat rivals, Hearts of Oak, 4-1 on penalties at the Baba Yara Stadium to retain the 2017 President’s…

John Terry offered one-year contract by Aston Villa and Birmingham

Rivals Aston Villa and Birmingham have both offered John Terry a one-year contract, Sky sources understand.

Anthony Martial rubbishes reports he wants to leave Manchester United

Anthony Martial has rubbished a report he has asked to leave Manchester United. The report, which first appeared on a…

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Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe is expected to complete his move to Bournemouth this weekend.

Kwesi Appiah to make changes for Mexico friendly

Black Stars Head Coach Kwesi Appiah is expected to ring in the changes in Wednesday’s friendly game against Mexico in…

“Dzamefe Commission work has not affected Black Stars”- Moses Foh Amoaning

Lawyer and member of the Justice Dzamefe Commission of Inquiry, Moses Foh-Amoaning, believes that the commission’s work has not hurt…

Sports Ministry cited in unapproved AFCON 2017-related sole sourcing contract

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has been mentioned in the Auditor-General’s Annual Report as having gone against the laws…

‘Pay more attention to grassroots football’ – Stephen Appiah tells gov’t

Former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah, wants the state to do more in terms of developing young football talents. Appiah…