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Manchester City Let Go Of Mancini

Source:BBC.COM Roberto Mancini has been sacked as Manchester City manager a year to the day since winning the Premier League. The club said he “had failed to achieve any of the club’s targets, with the exception of qualification for next season’s Champions League”. Assistant Brian Kidd will take charge for the final two games of the season and a tour ...

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Kotoko players & officials attacked in Berekum

There were gory scenes at Berekum on Sunday as Ghana league champions Kumasi Asante Kotoko were brutally assaulted by ambushed supporters of Berekum Arsenal after their week-26 Premier League encounter leaving several players and officials of the Porcupine Warriors wounded with their team bus completely vandalised. The unfortunate incident happened minutes after the match as several supporters of the home ...

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Local Black Stars called for three-nation assignment

Twenty-five home-based players have been selected into the local Black Stars team to resume camping on Monday in Obuasi. Players from Southern sector clubs – Hearts, Medeama, Heart of Lions, Amidaus Professionals, Dwarfs – are to report 8:00am at the Ghana Football Association headquarters in Accra to be transported to Obuasi. Called up players from Northern sector clubs – Kotoko, ...

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The End of A Legend…..Moyes takes over Man Utd from Sir Alex Ferguson.

David Moyes has been handed a six-year contract by Manchester United and will succeed Sir Alex Ferguson on 1 July. Moyes, who leaves Everton after 11 years in charge at Goodison Park, was Ferguson’s recommendation to succeed him as manager at Old Trafford. Moyes, 50, was out of contract at Everton at the end of the season. “We unanimously agreed ...

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12th anniversary of May 9 Accra Sports Stadium disaster marked today

The disaster occurred during a match between Ghana’s two most successful football teams, Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club and Asante Kotoko in 2001. As characterised by clashes between the two sporting clubs, trouble had been anticipated and extra security measures had been taken. But after the home team, Accra Hearts of Oak, scored two late goals to defeat Kotoko ...

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Chelsea Beat Man U 1-0

Juan Mata fired Chelsea to a dramatic late victory against Manchester United as the Blues took another step towards a place in next season’s Champions League. The Spaniard was Chelsea’s best player throughout a dire game at Old Trafford and finished a sweeping counterattack in the 87th minute as he drilled low into the bottom corner. United full-back Rafael was ...

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Hearts and Kotoko Titanic Clash Ends In Draw.

Goals from Winful Cobbinah and Michel Helegbe in each half saw Accra Hearts of Oak held to a draw on home turf against their bitter rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko. Cobbinah gave the Phobians the lead midway through the first half before a Tetteh Luggard blunder gifted Helegbe an equaliser. First chance of the game came early to Hearts of Oak ...

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Ziggy Ansah from Adentan to NFL

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — Ziggy Ansah has a lot to be thankful for, and he knows it. The first-round pick of the Detroit Lions has had what he calls ”a crazy journey” that started in Ghana, took him to Brigham Young and now the automobile capital of the world. ”I don’t even know how to start,” Ansah said Friday, ...

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