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Ghana bans 61 referees for corruption

The Referees Association of Ghana (RAG) has exonerated 14 and suspended or banned 61 referees due to a lack of evidence of corruption against them.

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Eight more Ghana officials banned by CAF

CAF has banned eight more Ghanaian football officials as the fallout from an undercover exposé into widespread corruption continues.

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One month on, Ghana football remains in limbo

It has been the most chaotic month in Ghana football and, ominously for clubs, officials and fans, there seems to be no immediate end in sight.

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Ghana FA looking into corruption claims

The Ghana Football Association says it is looking into claims of corruption against several referees, officials and its president, Kwesi Nyantakeyi.

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Foreign stars add exotic flavour to GPL

There is never a conversation about the Ghana Premier League and it's standards -- or lack of it -- without the sub-plot of player movement.

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Medeama stay top in Ghana Premier League

Medeama have gone two points clear at the top of the Ghana Premier League after beating Wa All Stars to confine the former champions to the basement

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5 Ghana Premier League breakout stars

The organisation may be chaotic, but as far as talent goes, Ghana can comfortably hold its own against most leagues on the continent.

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Ghana Premier League talking points

Another week in the Ghana Premier League, another tale of inconsistencies from Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko.

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Unbeaten streaks fall in Ghana Premier League

Two of the Ghana Premier League's unbeaten streaks were ended during the midweek games, but there's no change at the top of the standings.

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Giants continue slide as Akunnor makes his mark

Five games into the Ghana Premier League and it seems clear that traditional giants Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko will be up against it

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Ghana Premier League talking points

The Ghana Premier League finaly shook off its goal-shy tag this weekend with a blitz aided largely by Aduana Stars and new boys Karela.

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WAFA equal GPL record unbeaten home run

WAFA have equaled the longest unbeaten run in the Ghana Premier League after their 2-0 triumph over defending champions Aduana Stars on Wednesday.

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Church activity disrupts Ghana Premier League

The new Ghana Premier League season is facing it's first fixture challenge after a league game was rescheduled to make way for a church service.

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Hearts sack coach Frank Nuttall

Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak have dismissed coach Frank Nuttall.

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Adams hat-trick secures FA Cup for Kotoko

Asante Kotoko wrapped up their season with a major title after Sadick Adams' hat-trick secured a 3-1 victory over bitter rivals Accra Hearts of Oak.

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Bribery accusations threaten Ghana top-flight

The build-up to what is supposed to be an engaging weekend of football in the Ghana Premier League is being undermined by accusations of matchfixing.

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Aduana Stars claim Ghana League title

Aduana Stars have won the Ghana Premier League with a game to spare after a 2-1 victory over Elmina Sharks in Dormaa.

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Top sides scale through in cup action

The MTN FA Cup last four will be dominated by Premier League sides after three won their quarterfinal matches on Sunday.

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Asante Kotoko set for August 6 return

Asante Kotoko will be back in league action on August 6, three weeks after the accident that killed the team's equipment officer.