2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
1-0-0, 1st in African Nations Cup Qualifying
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4dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Burkina peg Ghana back in CHAN qualifier

Ghana's Black Stars have boosted their chances of reaching the 2018 Championships of Africa Nations after securing a 2-2 draw away in Burkina Faso.

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6dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

CHAN offers Black Stars a route out of Ghana

This weekend Ghana's home-based squad will compete in qualifiers for the Championship of Africa Nations, a tournament which offers a big opportunity.

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8dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Africans to step up in EPL

Ghana legend Anthony Yeboah says African players will have their work cut out more than ever before in the English Premier League.

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9dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Ghanaians in English Premier League

KweséESPN takes a look at Ghanaians linked to English Premier League clubs ahead of the season openers this weekend.

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10dMichael Oti Adjei

Kotoko earn controversial point

Kumasi Asante Kotoko took one point off Accra Hearts of Oak and climbed into fourth place in the Ghana Premier League.

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13dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Kotoko can take inspiration from tragedy - Polack

It will be a strange and emotional weekend for Asante Kotoko coach Steve Polack as the Porcupine Warriors take on Accra Hearts of Oak on Sunday.

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13dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Badu eyes new challenge after Bursaspor switch

Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu is eyeing a new challenge after completing his season-long loan switch to Bursaspor from Udinese.

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14dKweséESPN

Acheampong defends China move

Ghana international Frank Acheampong has explained why he opted to complete a shock move to Tianjin TEDA.

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24dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Aduana takes charge as title race gathers steam

Aduana Stars are the new leaders of the Ghana Premier League after earning a point against Medeama on the weekend, raising Stars one point above WAFA.

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26dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Badu welcomes Afcon date switch

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu has welcomed the changes to the Africa Cup of Nations and says that CAF's decision will ease the pressure on players.

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28dNick Said, KweséESPN

Maritzburg sign Ghana international

Ghana international goalkeeper Richard Ofori has signed for Premier Soccer League side Maritzburg United, the club announced on Thursday.

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28dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Wakaso vows to improve discipline at Alaves

The Ghana midfielder has also revealed that it was an easy decision to seal a return to Spanish footbal

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30dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Appiah wraps up US tour at Columbus Crew

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah will wrap up what he calls a "very successful" tour of MLS clubs this weekend by visiting Columbus Crew.

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32dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Picking a Ghana Star Sixes Dream Team

Nigeria were Africa's only representatives at the ongoing Stars Sixes tournament, but what if Ghana had been invited?

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34dMichael oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Kotoko, Hearts postponed indefinitely

Asante Kotoko's league game against Hearts of Oak on Sunday has been postponed indefinitely after one club official died on Wednesday in an accident.

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40dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Turkey move the proving ground for Gyan

Asamoah Gyan's move to Turkish side Kayserispor is not necessarily the beginning of the end, but about proving he can still be lethal in Europe.

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41dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Gyan completes Kayserispor switch

The 31-year-old Ghana international has completed a move from Chinese side Shanghai SIPG and signed a two-year deal with the Super Lig outfit.

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42dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Nigeria, Ghana fall in FIFA rankings

The Pharaohs remain atop the African rankings, with Senegal and the Democratic Republic of Congo completing the top three.