Features

Watchout Ghana: Ethiopia’s Danger man Gateneh

By Saddick Adams The Ethiopia national team face off with the Black Stars of Ghana for a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Sunday in Kumasi. Head coach Ashenafi Bekele has settled on a 22-man squad which will depart Addis Ababa early in the morning. The Walya Antelopes squad is dominated by locals with Shemeles Bekele and Oumed Okuri ...

Read More »

Opinion: Why Ghanaians Opted For Kwesi Appiah

Kwesi-Appiah-has-been-fired-by-Ghana

The new Black Stars coach second coming, and even the Black Stars job, is always connected to national politics. Three years after his departure from the national team, The new Black Stars trainer returned for a second time, the welcome was arousing, spirited drums sounded from the heart of the nation to the rest of the world and the trumpets ...

Read More »

Ghana Football: This Nonsense Must Stop!!

The state-owned Graphic Sports has reported in its Friday edition that the Ghana U-17 Team that is set to play in the African U-17 Championship next week in Gabon have decided to stage a boycott of the tournament by refusing to embark on the trip. A source close to the team, morale of the boys has sunk and they have ...

Read More »

The Curious Case Of Cosmos Dauda: Injury Woes or Complacency?

Eleven goals in his debut season for Hearts, the brightest spot in a turbulent end to the season for the Phobians and many fans were expectant of greater things to come from Cosmos Dauda. An injury at the tail end of last season ended the Phobians’ dream of a league title but more importantly, it has ended his dream of ...

Read More »

The Last Sports Minister To Lead Black Stars To AFCON Glory Makes Interesting Revelations

Zaya Yeebo Writes.. In 1982, Ghana shocked the football world, when the Black Stars won the African Football Confederation Cup. We had no resources, no training and no hope, here’s how we triumphed. Over 30 years later, we have lots of money, international superstars and a world-class coach, and yet we’ve failed. Zaya Yeebo tells the story of Ghana’s last ...

Read More »

Top Ten Interesting Footballers Names At AFCON 2017

The 2017 African Cup of Nations was full of intrigue, amazing tactical play and top draw goals. But the tournament will also be remembered for some of the interesting names that graced the turfs. Before we get to the real deal, a few words about the choice of list and selection process. Obviously, there is no scientific method for this ...

Read More »

FEATURE: Milking The Black Stars; Foregoing Glory

By Christopher Opoku I have always wondered why money is always an issue when it comes to the national team, the Black Stars. The players became infamous over happenings in Brazil during the 2014 World Cup. I remember the press conference after the tournament back in Ghana where Ghana Football Association President Kwasi Nyantakyi stressed that the team had failed ...

Read More »

Ghana Football: Exposing The Lies & Dousing The Lame Boring Excuses

GFA Communications Director Ibrahim Sannie Daara

Following the Black Stars failure to bring home the AFCON trophy as promised, one would have  expected the Ghana FA and Black Stars Management Committee to return from the trip full of penitence and showing pangs of conscience for the repeated miscarriages.   The above is clearly not in their DNA and sobriety hasn’t been a practice with them. The ...

Read More »

Letter To Our Black Stars; There is Apathy But Gold Is The Therapy

Let the Black Stars of Ghana know they are the kings of  African football. There are little doubts about that, and I’m highly unsure if anyone’s is willing to start an argument on this long-held fact. But admittedly, there is an air of uneasiness around our regency. There’s danger around the throne. There’s a looming attempt to crumble our kingdom ...

Read More »

Exclusive: Ex-Hearts Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi Set To Be Unveiled By Nigerian Side Ifeanyi Ubah, Yaw Preko Joins as Deputy

Former Accra Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi will in the coming days be officially confirmed as coach of Nigeria Premier League side Ifeanyi Ubah, SportsObama.com can reveal. The Japanese-American trainer who left the Phobians under acrimonious circumstances in June this year has held discussions with Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah, the super rich owner of the NPPL side and it is reported ...

Read More »
Translate »

Follow SportsObama.com On: