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Sports News of 1 October 2014

5 commandments for incoming black stars coach
Azumah endorses roaming gym juvenile boxing talent hunt
Women In Sports advised to unite
5 commandments for incoming black stars coach
Trustees leapfrog Police in G/A hockey league
The fault in our Stars
Clottey to fight ‘Canelo’ Alvarez next month
Joyous cricketers touch base

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Heart of Lions47
Hearts of Oak46
Bechem United42
Wa All Stars41
Medeama SC40
Edubiase FC40
Aduana Stars40
Berekum Chelsea40
Amidaus Profs.33

Ishmael Addo

‘I was shocked by Sulley’s attitude in Brazil’

The President of Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi says he was “shocked” by the “violent” attitude of suspended Black Stars player, Sulley Muntari during Ghana’s participation in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Nyantakyi said although he has been in football administration for many years, the conduct of the

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Nyantekyi & Co Appears Before Commission

Nyantekyi Before Commission

Oct 1
GFA boss: ‘I was shocked by Sulley’s attitude in Brazil’
Beveren defend Addy over head-butt incident
I don’t owe Hearts - Ahmed Toure
6-1 = 6 ... Gyimah Goofs
Litina & Ivan Fights Over Money Matters
Litina Travel and Tours demands $333,500 from Travel Matters
Konadu invites 22 for Guinea clash
Ghana - Germany game was high level football - FIFA
Attram to cancel proposed move to Olympics
Coach Sarpong would welcome extension of Premier League clubs
Kotoko target Saka to remain with Aduana
Accam rejected offers from big European clubs
GFA confirms $175,128 debt owed national team coaches
GFA ‘ghost names’ received appearance fees
Pantsil wants to fire Maritzburg United to top five
Fatau looking to land Moroccan deal - Agent
Commission of Enquiry: Why Nyantakyi swore with the Qur’an
BA United invades Bofo camp for attacker
Packed house as Nyantakyi storms C’mssion
African coaches to analyze 2014 World Cup
GFA scribe backs appearance fee for officials
Medeama to play Lions in a friendly
GFA has spent over $36M national teams
‘Dramani, Acheampong are just training with Lions’
Ahwoi tells lesser known sports to ride on football
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