Finder Sports – 2014 Brazil debacle …GFA will explode if I speak – Muntari.
Ghana International Sulley Muntari has reiterated that the circumstances that led to the Black Stars calamitous 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, have not been fully investigated, adding that if he reveals what he knows about the matter, many high ranking people in the country will find themselves in trouble.
Muntari was sacked from the Black Stars camp during the World Cup and was subsequently handed an indefinite suspension from the national team by the Ghana Football Association for fighting with an official of the Team.
Three years have passed since the incident in Brazil, and in those three years, Kwesi Appiah who was coach of the side at the time has been fired and re-hired.
Winful Cobbinah makes wild allegations
…against referee Gagba
Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder Winful Cobbinah has accused referee Dally Gagba of favouring Kumasi Asante Kotoko with a penalty in the super clash played at the Baba Yara Sporst stadium last Sunday.
The outstanding week 23 fixture ended 1-1. Referee Dally Gagba awarded a controversial penalty to Asante Kotoko in the 79th minute of the game after Amos Frimpong’s strike was adjudge to have hit Leonard Tawiah’s hand.
Real Madrid, Man United clash in Super Cup tonight
The UEFA Champions League winners, Real Madrid and Europa League winners Manchester United will clash tonight to determine who is the overall champions of Europe as these two teams battle it out in the UEFA super clash.
Both teams are bidding to start the new season as they ended the old, by lifting silverware as they meet in the UEFA super cup.
Madrid qualified for their third UEFA Super cup in four seasons, by winning their 12th European cup in Cardiff on 3 June defeating Juventus 4-1 in the UEFA Champions League final at the National Stadium of Wales.
GOC, Japan Embassy to collaborate for Tokyo 2020
The Ghana Olympic committee (GOC) and the Japan Embassy would soon roll out activities geared towards Ghana’s participation in the 2020 Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo, Japan.
This was made known when the GOC led by its President, Ben Nunoo Mensah paid a courtesy call on the Japanese Ambassador to Ghana, Kaoru Yoshimura at the Japanese Embassy.
The visit was to deliberate on how the two countries can collaborate to develop sports in the country.
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