Notable sports events from 2012
Jan-Feb: A 78th-minute goal by Zambian Emmanuel Mayuka at the Bata stadium in Equatorial Guinea ruined Ghana's hopes of lifting the Africa Cup of Nations for a fifth time
...and went on to beat Cote D'Ivoire in the finals to win AFCON 2012
April -- Akwasi Appiah appointed coach of the black stars. he replaced Serbian Goran Stevanovi
April - Kotoko crowned Premier League champions
May 20 -
Chelsea's Malouda (left), Bosingwa (centre) and Michael Essien celebrate with the UEFA Champions League trophy Soccer - UEFA Champions League - Final - Bayern Munich v Chelsea - Allianz Arena
June 9 -- Zambia beat Ghana again this year in a world cup qualifier in Zambia
June - Vice President of the GFA Jordan Anagblah passed away on June 14
July 5 -- Braimah “Bukom Banku” Kamoko (22-0, 16 KOs) beat Namibian Vikapita Meroro to add the WBO Africa Light Heavyweight belt to the lowly rated World Professional Boxing Federation (WPBF) title he already holds.
July 12 -- Rose Hart died. She was a retired track and field athlete specialised in the hurdling, the sprints and the discus throw. Represented Ghana at the 1964 Olympic Games. She twice claimed a gold medal at the All-Africa Games: 1965 and 1973. Died at the age of 70 at the Ridge Hospital
July-August: Team Ghana came away from the Olympic games with no medals
August: Kwadwo Asamoah signed a three-year deal worth US$ 11 million with Juventus
August -- Ghana’s campaign at the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup finals in Japan ended after a 1-0 defeat to Germany in their second Group match. Black Princesses to USA and China
September - Essien is loaned to Real Madrid
November - Abdul Majeed Warris won the Swedish league’s top scorer award after scoring 23 times in 29 matches, helping his side BK Hacken to second-place finish on the league table.
December - AFCON 2013 squad released. Jordan, Muntari & Inkoom missing.