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Richard Attah benched as Richmond Ayi starts for Hearts
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Richard Attah benched as Richmond Ayi starts for Hearts

Goalkeeper Richmond Ayi return in post for Hearts of Oak for this afternoon's week six Ghana Premier league clash with King Faisal. The former Ghana youth star has ben given the nod over number one coach Richard Attah who has underperformed for the club this season. Attah has conceded five goals in their 5 matches in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.  The former Elmina Sharks stopper was in post when the Phobians lost 2-0 away to Aduana Stars in the match-week one outstanding fixture.  Ayi is yet to feature for Hearts of Oak in the Ghana Premier League this season. Below is the Starting line up for Hearts against King Faisal: Richmond Ayi Fatawu Mohammed Raddy Ovouka Robert Addo Mohammed Alhassan Nurudeen Aziz Micheal Sarpong Afutu Kotey ...
Asamoah Gyan out for two weeks with injury
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Asamoah Gyan out for two weeks with injury

Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities have been hit with another setback as legendary Ghanaian striker Asamoah Gyan has picked up an injury. The 34-year old has been ruled out of action for two weeks which was confirmed by the club’s head coach Bashiru Hayford. The Royals suffered another defeat at home to Ebusua Dwarfs in matchday six at the Accra Sports Stadium. The result leaves them bottom on the league table with one point. Asamoah Gyan who joined the club in a big-money move on transfer deadline day is yet to impress as he continues to battle with his fitness level. Speaking at the post-match conference Bashiru Hayford said “He’s injured he can’t play. He went to the physio and he has been given two weeks that he cannot kick a ball,”. The all-time leading top ...
Moses Antwi Benefo quits Asante Kotoko Communications Director job
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Moses Antwi Benefo quits Asante Kotoko Communications Director job

Communications Director of Ghana Premier league side Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Moses Antwi Benefo, also known as PJ Mozee, has resigned from his role effective immediately. His resignation comes hours after the club sacked head coach Maxwell Konadu. Moses Antwi Benefo cited “personal and professional” reasons as the main motive for his resignation from his post at the Reds. The Nhyira FM Sports Presenter only lasted 3 months in the job following his appointment in September this year. The former employee of the GNPC joined the Porcupine Warriors at the beginning of the season following the appointment of Nana Yaw Amponsah as the club's Chief executive officer. See his resignation letter below:
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