Ghanaian MTN FA Cup
The Ghanaian FA Cup (MTN FA Cup for sponsorship purposes) is the top knockout tournament of the Ghanaian association football. The competition is played between the clubs of the Glo Premier League, Poly Tank Division One League, Ghana Division Two League, Ghana Division Three League and GAFCOA.
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Gov't must support clubs in Africa – Senaya
Inter Allies Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Delali Senaya is urging government to hand financial support to Premier League clubs that qualify for continental competitions since they require a higher cash boost to compete effectively. The 2014 MTN FA Cup ...
Italy-Croatia Preview: De Rossi poised for 100th cap
The Roma man has been a mainstay of the Italy side throughout an accomplished career, the highlight of which remains a winners' medal from the 2006 World Cup. A group stage exit meant the most recent global showpiece in Brazil was one to forget for De ...
Kotoko to dominate MTN FA Cup awards
The 2013-2014 MTN FA Cup awards ceremony comes off on Saturday at the Banquet Hall in Accra when Bechem United's Augustine Okrah, Kumasi Asante Kotoko duo Abeiku Ainooson and Issah Yakubu, and Bibiani Gold Stars' Elvis Opoku vie for the Best ...
MTN FA Cup: Four Premier League clubs eliminated
Four Ghana Premier League clubs were dumped out of the MTN Ghana FA Cup in Sunday's round of 64 matches. Ebusua Dwarfs exited the competition after losing 5-4 on penalties at the Cape Coast Stadium to third-tier First Klass FC. Both sides drew 1-1 ...
MTN FA Cup Awards tomorrow
As usual, the cream of Ghana soccer administrators, including the FA Cup chairman himself, Lepowura M.N.D. Jawula, will again assemble to celebrate excellence and the introduction of the just-appointed Kotoko Board member, Mr Blay-Amihere, who ...
Caf considers Ghana as option to host Afcon 2015
Caf has written to a number of countries including Ghana to be on standby to host the 2015 Nations Cup should Morocco pull out as hosts. Ghana's youth and sports minister Mahama Ayariga has revealed Africa's football governing body Caf has written to ...
Ghana FA & Appiah Part Ways
Kwesi's departure comes a bit surprising after Ghana picked up four points in their first two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers during the recent international break. Appiah's former boss, Milovan Rajevac, is rumoured to take up the post he last held ...
Gyan & Ayew: We Should Be Paid
Ghana duo, Asamoah Gyan and Andre Ayew, say even though the play with pride for their country, they also deserve to be paid. The Ghanaian national team was involved in a bonus row during the World Cup and the Ghanaian FA had to fly in about $3 ...