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    • Toni owes €1.7m to German church (0)

      Verona star Luca Toni could be forced to pay €1.7m to the German Catholic Church for failing to pay a religious tax. According to Sport Mediaset, Toni will go to trial in Munich for the outstanding sum accrued while he was playing for Bayern from 2007 to 2010. The Kirchensteuer

      Toni owes €1.7m to German church
    • Black Stars to begin training in Paris on Wednesday ahead of friendlies (0)

      Black Stars coach Avram Grant and his team will begin training in Paris on Wednesday evening ahead of their international friendlies against Senegal and Mali on March 28th and 31st respectively. Ghana will take on take Senegal at the Stade Oceane in Le Havre on Saturday evening before their match

      Black Stars to begin training in Paris on Wednesday ahead of friendlies
    • Latest GAA Rankings: Early outdoor rankings–as of March 21st (0)

      What we have is a boat load of early outdoor performances, including the long awaited responses from Ghana-based athletes to an entire indoor season from their foreign-based compatriots. Very notable of the Ghana-based performances are Richard Seklorwu (long jump), Osei Kofi (100m & 200m), Sakat Lariba (1500m) and Elizabeth Azuure

      Latest GAA Rankings: Early outdoor rankings–as of March 21st
    • Ugandan para-rowers aim for Rio (0)

              By World Rowing In a land of breathtaking beauty at the heart of the African continent, para-rowing is bringing new opportunities and a Paralympic challenge to Ugandans living with a disability. Enhancing lives and ability beyond disability through para-rowing and producing para-rowers to compete and win

      Ugandan para-rowers aim for Rio
    • Diego Costa ruled out of Spain’s friendly matches (0)

      Diego Costa has been ruled out of Spain’s upcoming friendly games against Ukraine and the Netherlands after sustaining a hamstring injury. Costa limped off with the injury in the second half of Chelsea’s 3-2 win at Hull on Sunday, after undergoing tests in London on Monday evening he has been

      Diego Costa ruled out of Spain’s friendly matches
    • Rudisha and Pearson win in Melbourne, Viljoen edges Mickle (0)

      Olympic champions are champions for a reason: they are hard to beat. David Rudisha showed his class with his second win over 800m in two Australian races, the Olympic champion finding a little bit extra along the straight just when it seemed Jeff Riseley might pull off an upset at

      Rudisha and Pearson win in Melbourne, Viljoen edges Mickle
    • Arsene Wenger says Chelsea have security atop table after Arsenal win (0)

      Arsene Wenger says Chelsea appear to have “security” atop the Premier League table as Arsenal fight to finish in the top four of the Premier League. Wenger was resistant to discuss Arsenal’s Premier League title chances after seeing them hold out to claim a hard-fought victory at Newcastle. The Gunners’

      Arsene Wenger says Chelsea have security atop table after Arsenal win
    • Champions League: Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid in last eight (0)

      Holders Real Madrid will meet city rivals Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, in a repeat of last season’s final. Paris St-Germain’s reward for beating Chelsea in the last 16 is a tie against Barcelona, the conquerors of English champions Manchester City. Monaco, who edged past Arsenal

      Champions League: Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid in last eight
    • GFA confirms friendlies with Senegal and Mali (0)

      The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has arranged two friendlies against Mali and Senegal this month in France to keep the Black Stars squad in shape. The Black Stars will play Teranga Lions in Le Havre on 28 March and then take on the Malians three days later in Paris. The

      GFA confirms friendlies with Senegal and Mali
    • We weren’t clinical- Sellas Tetteh (0)

      Ghana coach Sellas Tetteh has blamed poor finishing for his sides 2:0 semi final defeat to Nigeria at the African Youth Championship in Senegal on Tuesday. Obinna Nwobodo and Muhammed Musa scored in each half to hand the Nigerians  victory. The defeat has ended the Black Satellites’ dream of a

      We weren’t clinical- Sellas Tetteh
    Toni owes €1.7m to German church

    Toni owes €1.7m to German church (0)

    Verona star Luca Toni could be forced to pay €1.7m to the German Catholic Church for failing to pay a religious tax. According to Sport Mediaset, Toni will go to

    Black Stars to begin training in Paris on Wednesday ahead of friendlies

    Black Stars to begin training in Paris on Wednesday ahead of friendlies (0)

    Black Stars coach Avram Grant and his team will begin training in Paris on Wednesday evening ahead of their international friendlies against Senegal and Mali on March 28th and 31st

    Diego Costa ruled out of Spain’s friendly matches

    Diego Costa ruled out of Spain’s friendly matches (0)

    Diego Costa has been ruled out of Spain’s upcoming friendly games against Ukraine and the Netherlands

    Arsene Wenger says Chelsea have security atop table after Arsenal win

    Arsene Wenger says Chelsea have security atop table after Arsenal win (0)

    Arsene Wenger says Chelsea appear to have “security” atop the Premier League table as Arsenal fight

    Champions League: Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid in last eight

    Champions League: Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid in last eight (0)

    Holders Real Madrid will meet city rivals Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League,

    GFA confirms friendlies with Senegal and Mali

    GFA confirms friendlies with Senegal and Mali (0)

    The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has arranged two friendlies against Mali and Senegal this month in

    We weren’t clinical- Sellas Tetteh

    We weren’t clinical- Sellas Tetteh (0)

    Ghana coach Sellas Tetteh has blamed poor finishing for his sides 2:0 semi final defeat to

    Ugandan para-rowers aim for Rio

    Ugandan para-rowers aim for Rio (0)

            By World Rowing In a land of breathtaking beauty at the heart of the African continent, para-rowing is bringing new opportunities and a Paralympic challenge to

    Sulemanu Tetteh takes aim at Rio 2016 Olympic Games

    Sulemanu Tetteh takes aim at Rio 2016 Olympic Games (0)

    Rio 2016 scholarship recipient Sulemanu Tetteh is hoping to seize upon the opportunity to qualify for his second successive appearance at the Olympic Games. Tetteh, who fights in the light

    Latest GAA Rankings: Early outdoor rankings–as of March 21st

    Latest GAA Rankings: Early outdoor rankings–as of March 21st (0)

    What we have is a boat load of early outdoor performances, including the long awaited responses from Ghana-based athletes to an entire indoor season from their foreign-based compatriots. Very notable

    Ugandan para-rowers aim for Rio

    Ugandan para-rowers aim for Rio (0)

            By World Rowing In a land of breathtaking beauty at the heart of the African continent, para-rowing is bringing new opportunities and a Paralympic challenge to