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    • German row over right-winger’s ‘racist’ Boateng remark (0)

      The German right-wing Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD) party has come under fire over comments by one of its leaders about footballer Jerome Boateng that are widely regarded as racist. AfD deputy chief Alexander Gauland told a newspaper that Germans would not like to have Boateng, whose father is Ghanaian, as

      German row over right-winger’s ‘racist’ Boateng remark
    • Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare (0)

      Making it Happen Q& A: Director of Sports at the University of Ghana Legon, Dr  Bella Bello Bitugu and taekwondo practitioner Terrance Asare answer questions from students at Labone S.H.S. students at the second edition of the Making it Happen seminar on Thursday, 19th May, 2016. The seminar was organised

      Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare
    • South Africa’s Stephen Mokoka chasing personal best in Oregon (0)

      Stephen Mokoka says he will target a new Personal Best on Saturday morning (SA time) when he turns out in the Men’s 10 000m race at the Prefontaine Classic, an IAAF Diamond League Meeting in Eugene, Oregon. Having lost his national 5 000m record to Elroy Gelant last week, however,

      South Africa’s Stephen Mokoka chasing personal best in Oregon
    • Mourinho “happy, proud and honoured” (0)

      Jose Mourinho says he “cannot wait” for the start of the new season, after being appointed Manchester United manager, and vows to give “absolutely everything” in his new role. The former Chelsea manager was officially confirmed as Manchester United manager on Friday and has signed a three-year contract. He replaces Dutchman Louis

      Mourinho “happy, proud and honoured”
    • Reanalysis reveals banned substances in 23 “A” samples from London 2012 (0)

      The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that reanalysis of the “A” samples from 23 athletes in five sports and from six National Olympic Committees (NOCs) who competed at the Olympic Games London 2012 has returned Adverse Analytical Findings (AAFs)*. In total, 265 selected doping samples from the Olympic Games

      Reanalysis reveals banned substances in 23 “A” samples from London 2012
    • GAA to host athletics meets on June 4th & June 11 at Cape Coast stadium (0)

      The 2016 athletics season will climax next month when the Ghana Athletics Association hosts its final Open Championship and National Circuit Grand Finale on June 4th and June 11th respectively at the newly built Cape Coast stadium. The $35m facility was only commissioned last month and this will be the

      GAA to host athletics meets on June 4th & June 11 at Cape Coast stadium
    • Jose Mourinho to become Manchester United’s new manager on Friday (0)

      Jose Mourinho is on the brink of completing his sensational move to Manchester United. The former Chelsea boss was pictured outside his home in London on Thursday afternoon dressed in a smart suit and carrying a bag from a posh wine shop. Although Mourinho has already agreed a three-year deal

      Jose Mourinho to become Manchester United’s new manager on Friday
    • GTF organises Community based Officiating Officials, Organisers and Coaching Course (0)

      In its bid to develop the core base of triathlon in Ghana, the Ghana Triathlon Federation is organising a four-day Level 1 Community based “Officiating Officials, Organisers and Coaching Course” at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra. The course which is the first of its kind in Ghana, is being attended

      GTF organises Community based Officiating Officials, Organisers and Coaching Course
    • Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey gets Ghana debut call up (0)

      Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey has been handed his Ghana debut  call up after being named in a 23-man squad for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Mauritius. Partey, who was born in Odumase Krobo in the Eastern Region, has been one of the young revelations in Diego

      Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey gets Ghana debut call up
    • Musa pays tribute to former Eagles captain Joseph Yobo (0)

      Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa has praised former Eagles captain Joseph Yobo ahead of his Testimonial Match at Port Harcourt on Friday, 27th May. Yobo, who is the most capped Nigerian player of all time, made 101 appearances for the Super Eagles during his career. He led Nigerian to win the

      Musa pays tribute to former Eagles captain Joseph Yobo
    German row over right-winger’s ‘racist’ Boateng remark

    German row over right-winger’s ‘racist’ Boateng remark (0)

    The German right-wing Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD) party has come under fire over comments by one of its leaders about footballer Jerome Boateng that are widely regarded as racist. AfD

    Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare

    Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare (0)

    Making it Happen Q& A: Director of Sports at the University of Ghana Legon, Dr  Bella Bello Bitugu and taekwondo practitioner Terrance Asare answer questions from students at Labone S.H.S.

    Mourinho “happy, proud and honoured”

    Mourinho “happy, proud and honoured” (0)

    Jose Mourinho says he “cannot wait” for the start of the new season, after being appointed Manchester

    Jose Mourinho to become Manchester United’s new manager on Friday

    Jose Mourinho to become Manchester United’s new manager on Friday (0)

    Jose Mourinho is on the brink of completing his sensational move to Manchester United. The former

    Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey gets Ghana debut call up

    Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey gets Ghana debut call up (0)

    Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey has been handed his Ghana debut  call up after being named

    Musa pays tribute to former Eagles captain Joseph Yobo

    Musa pays tribute to former Eagles captain Joseph Yobo (0)

    Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa has praised former Eagles captain Joseph Yobo ahead of his Testimonial Match

    Jose Mourinho’s move could be held up by Chelsea’s trademark of his name

    Jose Mourinho’s move could be held up by Chelsea’s trademark of his name (0)

    Negotiations over Jose Mourinho’s image rights are delaying him becoming the new Manchester United manager. Mourinho

    Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare

    Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare (0)

    Making it Happen Q& A: Director of Sports at the University of Ghana Legon, Dr  Bella Bello Bitugu and taekwondo practitioner Terrance Asare answer questions from students at Labone S.H.S.

    South Africa’s Stephen Mokoka chasing personal best in Oregon

    South Africa’s Stephen Mokoka chasing personal best in Oregon (0)

    Stephen Mokoka says he will target a new Personal Best on Saturday morning (SA time) when he turns out in the Men’s 10 000m race at the Prefontaine Classic, an

    Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare

    Video: Making it Happen Q&A: Dr. Bella Bello Bitugu & Terrance Asare (0)

    Making it Happen Q& A: Director of Sports at the University of Ghana Legon, Dr  Bella Bello Bitugu and taekwondo practitioner Terrance Asare answer questions from students at Labone S.H.S.

    Reanalysis reveals banned substances in 23 “A” samples from London 2012

    Reanalysis reveals banned substances in 23 “A” samples from London 2012 (0)

    The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that reanalysis of the “A” samples from 23 athletes in five sports and from six National Olympic Committees (NOCs) who competed at the