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January 4, 2015 8:00 PM Adu Kofi, Adomah, others dropped in Ghana Afcon 2015 squad

Ghana coach Avram Grant has whittled down his 31-man provisional squad to 26 ahead of the Black Stars’ trip to Spain for a pre-tournament camping. The four-time African champions will leave Ghana tonight to Seville to prepare for the Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea. Conspicuous among the dropped names are Malmo’s Enoch Adu Kofi, goalkeeper 10

January 4, 2015 7:49 PM Grant takes 26 for Spain camp

Ghana boss Avram Grant has named a 26-man provisional squad to camp in Spain. The squad is for the pre-tournament camping ahead of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations that starts in just over a fortnight. Team Ghana leave Accra for Seville before travelling to Equatorial Guinea on January 14. Five players have been dropped from the initial 31-man team named 15

January 4, 2015 5:53 PM Grant names 26 players for Spain camping

Sunday 4th January , 2015 5:53 pm Black Stars coach, Avram Grant has shortlisted 26 players in his provisional squad that will travel to Spain for the pre–Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) camping. The team will camp in Seville for days before travelling to Equatorial Guinea for the tournament which will begin in a fortnight. Avram Grant will further trim the squad 7

January 4, 2015 12:17 AM Korea Fund donates to Bongo Traditional Council

The Korea Fund for the Hungry, International, has donated assorted clothing and beddings to the Bongo Traditional Council in the Upper East Region. The items, including dresses, blankets and sandals, are to be distributed to deprived women and children in the area. The donation was facilitated by a Korean Missionary, Pastor Goo Sung Hea , and his wife, who are working 11

January 3, 2015 10:56 AM Business activities pick up in Tamale

Business has started picking up once again in the central business district of the Tamale metropolis after a break for the Christmas festivities. A visit to the area saw traders displaying their wares, while shops opened to enable people to buy to celebrate the new year festivities. Those who are cashing in on the occasion are traders in vegetables 4

January 2, 2015 8:57 PM Avram Grant was present at black stars training

Avram Grant took charge of his first Black Stars training session on Friday ahead of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. The former Chelsea boss was officially introduced to the team by Ghana FA Vice President Fred Crentsil before the start of the session at the Lizzy Sports Complex. Twenty-three players took part in the first official training session of the team ahead 11

January 2, 2015 5:48 PM Ghana commences league on Jan 18

Asante Kotoko will begin their title defence of the First capital plus Premier League away from home when the new season gets underway on January 18. The champions, just like last season, will take on Aduana Stars on the opening day of the 2014-15 competition in Dormaa, according to the first round fixtures released by the Premier League Board on Monday 8

January 2, 2015 5:12 PM Dortmund plot Rahman’s summer swoop

Dortmund are observing Ghana international Abdul Baba Rahman and will make a bid for him in the summer, Goal Ghana can exclusively reveal. The 20-year-old left-back has emerged as the number one transfer target of the German Bundesliga giants and a big fan of manager Jurgen Klopp. Rahman has been Augsburg's best player since his move from Greuther Furth 2

January 2, 2015 3:00 PM 16 Stars out of coverage area

More than half of the 31 players of the Black Stars invited by Coach Avram Grant to prepare for the forthcoming African Cup of Nations (AFCON) scheduled to take place between January 17 to February 8, 2015 are yet to report. So far, 15 out of the 31 named by the head coach have reported to start training from today. Sources close to the team told the Graphic 16

January 1, 2015 2:39 PM A Listening President, Indeed!

In his 2015 New Year’s Address, President John Dramani Mahama made the dubious claim that he was a “Listening President” who very much appreciated constructive criticism and the usefulness of such criticism towards the rapid development of the country. “I have listened. I am listening, and I will continue to listen,” Mr. Mahama spiritedly declared (See “Mahama 5