Four Bundesliga Players Avoid Punishment For George Floyd Protests

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Jadon Sancho, Achraf Hakimi, Marcus Thuram and Weston McKennie have all avoided punishment from the German Football Association (DFB) for their tributes to George Floyd in the...

Someone Turned These Arsenal Players Into Women And… Lmao

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We know you guys miss football and spend a few minutes every day mourning the fact that you missed out on major matches but, now that’s slowly...

Asante Kotoko Goalie Felix Annan Recounts How He Met His Wife On Facebook

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Goalkeeper and Captain of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Felix Annan has recounted how he met his now wedded wife, Francisca Yeboah on Facebook in 2009.

COVID-19: Here’s The Estimated Cost Of Each Game If The GPL Returns

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Isaac Asiamah, the Minister of Youth and Sports, has revealed that an estimated amount of GHC60,000 will be incurred to host a single game if the Ghana...

Relive Real Madrid’s 2017 UEFA Champions League Title Defence

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Three years ago today, Real Madrid became the first European club to successfully defend their title in the Champions League. Real Madrid, managed by...

Government Sets Up Stimulus Package For Ghanaian Athletes Preparing For The Olympics

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Sports is one of the hardest hit sectors during this coronavirus pandemic. In Ghana, sporting activities were banned and a few non contact sports...

Keep Fit Clubs Allowed To Hold Activities

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Various Keep Fit Clubs in the country have been given the go ahead to hold activities though they must observe a number of covid-19 safety protocols.

FIFA Urges Leagues To Adopt Common Sense Over BLM Protests

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FIFA president Gianni Infantino says Bundesliga players who showed solidarity with George Floyd over the weekend would deserve "applause, not punishment" in an international tournament. Football's...

Asamoah Gyan Says He’s Not Interested In Going Into Politics Yet

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Asamoah Gyan has come out to state he is not interested in going into politics, for now. The striker is known to have done...

#BlackOutTuesday: African Footballers Show Support For Black Lives Matter Movement

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African footballers have joined the the online protest against racism and injustice. A lot of them are participating in the #BlackOutTuesday online protest which...