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GFA Ordered By FIFA To Stop Statutes Amendment



FIFA has ordered Ghana Football Association (GFA) Congress members seeking to large amendment the statutes of the local football governing body.

FIFA maintains the current laws of the GFA are adequately balanced to cater for all interests in the game, hence there is no need to make changes.

FIFA was forced to wade into the matter after the chairman of the Brong Ahafo Regional Football Association, Ralph Gyamberah, secured the backing of more 40 members of Congress necessary to make changes to the 2019 statutes.

“We have strong doubts that the newly proposed congress composition is adequately balanced, which could adversely influence future elections or any sort of decision by the relevant legislative body.”

FIFA also ordered that plans to expand the number of congress delegates be halted.

“We also believe that increasing the number of executive council members to 18, instead of the current 11 members, would result in loosing efficiency in terms of decision-making process”.

FIFA further urged the GFA to disband any amendments in their 26th ordinary Congress, scheduled for September 1.

“In view of the aforementioned, we urge GFA to prorogue the said statutory changes proposed to the 26th ordinary congress and to initiate discussions with FIFA thereon as soon as possible.

“Additionally, and as a whole, we expect GFA, and in particular its Members, to comply with the revised GFA statutes as adopted in 2019, in particular, the transitional clause guaranteeing the transition to a new model for the GFA congress (e.g. art. 81 par. 6 of the GFA statutes currently into force).”




Chelsea Draw With West Brom After Conceding 3 Goals In First Half



Chelsea produced an impressive second half performance to avoid defeat against West Brom in the Premier League on Saturday.

The Blues came back from three goals down to draw 3-3 away from home.

In a poor first half, Chelsea conceded three goals to the newly-promoted side. One of the goals conceded was as a result of a Thiago Silva mistake.

The Brazilian, who joined Chelsea from PSG this season, was making his debut Premier League appearance.

However, academy graduates, Mason Mount, Hudson-Odoi and Tammy Abraham scored in the second half to rescue a point for Chelsea.

They have recorded a win, a draw and a loss in their first three league games this season.

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Andre Ayew scores first goal of the season for Swansea City



Ghana Blackstars Captain, Dede Ayew has scored his first goal of the season for Swansea City in their game against Wycombe Wanderers F.C.

Ayew inked the opener for his team in the 13th minute with a cool finish in their Championship match-week four fixtures at the Adams Park.

Ayew has become an important part of the team with his consistency in netting balls since his return from a loan spell at Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahce during the 2018/19 season.

Last season, he scored 18goals in all competitions.

There are rife reports that top teams such as Paris Saint Germain, Leeds United and Everton are willing to sign him over as his contract with Swansea comes to an end in 2021.

Watch the goal below:

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Full list of invited Blackstars players for next month’s friendly matches



The Ghana Football Association has released list of invited Ghana Blackstars players for next month’s friendly matches.

As it stands, Ghana has a pending match with Mali on 9th October, 2020.


Richard Ofori – Maritzburg, Lawrence Ati Zigi – ST Gallen, Razak Abalora – Unattached


Benson – Anang Zilina FC, Lumor Agbenyenu  – Sporting Club, Yakubu Mohammed – Azam FC, Gideon Mensah – Victoria De Guimaraes


Alexander Djiku – Strasbourg, Joseph Aidoo – Celta Vigo, Nicholas Opoku – Amiens, Kassim Nuhu – Hoffenheim


Thomas Teye Partey – Athletico Madrid, Emmanuel Lomotey – Amiens,  Bernard Mensah – Besiktas Baba lddrisu – RCD Mallorca


Andre Ayew – Swansea, Jordan Ayew – Crystal Palace, John Antwi – Pyramids FC, Eugene Ansah – Hapoel Shmona , Jeffery Schlupp – Crystal Palace, Samuel Owusu – AL-Fayha FC


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