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Isaac Dogboe returns with dominant TKO win over Avalos

Ghana’s Isaac Dogboe, made a winning return to the ring in his first bout since May 2019, with an impressive 8th round TKO win over American Chris Avalos in Las Vegas. Dogboe seemed determined to make a statement after his 14-month absence, and dominated the opening rounds in his debut …

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Keta is set to have a new sports stadium – Gobah Tengey

As one of the oldest towns in the Volta Region of Ghana, Keta is set to have a new sports stadium.The town which was the first regional capital of the Volta Region has over twenty-three thousand population. Some parts of the town were devastated by sea erosion between the 1960s …

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Ghana FA cancels 2019/20 football season

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has cancelled the 2019/20 football season as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic which has disrupted the world’s sporting calendar. The FA took the decision on Tuesday after a marathon meeting at its secretariat in Accra during which the 12-member Executive Council weighed up options …

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FEATURE: Would COVID-19 change the face of Ghana football?

IT would be a fantasy for anyone to think of a world football for months, but this has been the reality since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The unexpected outbreak of the pandemic has had devastating implications on our lives, businesses, and the games we love. …

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AFRICAN FOOTBALL – STATE OF THE UNION

There is stress in the world of today. Suffering everywhere. This pandemic has caused massive chaos in all sectors of society. Every sector has been affected. Football has had its fair share of it, and it is still unclear the extent of the damage the virus and the attendant lockdown …

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COVID-19: Football remains suspended as government eases restrictions

Football in Ghana will remain suspended until at least 31st July, 2020, as government announced the further lifting of restrictions enforced to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Non-contact sports such as golf, tennis, athletics, badminton, table tennis, triathlon and cricket can however return to being played. President Akuffo-Addo in …

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Roger Federer becomes world’s highest paid athlete, says Forbes

Roger Federer is the first tennis player to top the annual Forbes list of the world’s highest paid athletes, overtaking footballer Lionel Messi. Federer, 38, moved up four places after earning £86.2m in the past year – about £81m of it in endorsements. Cristiano Ronaldo (£85m), Messi (£84m) and Neymar (£77.5m) come …

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