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Legon Cities Should See Me Or Get Relegated – Seer Gyan

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Ghanaian Prophet Seer Gyan has made a stunning revelation against Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities formerly called Wa All Stars.

The Outfit which was based in the Upper West Region has been transported to the Nation’s capital, Accra, after fallen in the hands of a new investor. FIFA ethics committee charged the then bankroller of the club who doubled as the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Kwasi Nyantakyi, abuse of power by using his office to fraud a businessman.

His act was unconstitutional by the regulations governing FIFA. Asuch, suffered a life time ban and a fund.

Following this, he was asked to distance himself from all football related activities.

Nyantakyi then sold the club[Wa All Stars] out to former Black Stars player John Paintsil. The name was changed from Wa All Stars to Legon Cities FC.

The outfit which made it way to the elite Division in 2010, won the 2016 Ghana Premier League despite losing 3-1 to Sekondi Hasaacas in the last fixture of the season in Essipong.

In the ongoing 2020/21 Ghana Premier League, the ‘Money Banks’ Legon Cities are struggling with form despite several sponsorship at their hood. The side have won just a game in 8 matches, losing 4 on the way and drawing 3 to accumulate 6 points.

Currently, they sit 17th on the league table with Inter Allies FC(16th) and King Faisal FC(18th) who has 7points and 6points respectively.

As their fate hopes to over turn, Ghanaian Prophet Seer Gyan has revealed that, the outfit is suffering because he cursed them and will only overturn the curse when they visit him else suffer relegation this season.

“This team is owing me, the club is Legon cities”

“When they were formerly called Wa All Starts, I told them they were going to win the league at that time and is not the club destiny but of their coach so they shouldn’t sack him”I did some things for them and they won the league”, He told Kumasi Base Radio Station Ashh FM

“After winning the league, they never called me to thank me but rather insulted me when I said I guided them to win the league”

He added; “If they don’t come and look for me after week 10 of the ongoing premier league, Legon cities will be relegated and nothing they (legon cities) will do will stop them from being relegated”

If they should bring world-class coaches like Jose Mourinho and others, they will be relegated”.

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Video: Samuel Boadu Unveiled As New Hearts of Oak Head Coach

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Samuel Boadu has been unveiled as the new head coach of Hearts of Oak at the club’s secretariat at Adabraka, Accra.

The 35-year-old replaces Serbian Kosta Papic – who resigned from the club after just three months in charge of the Ghanaian giants.

The former Asokwa Deportivo trainer also quit the Mauves and Yellows on Wednesday after two seasons at the club to take over the Phobian job.

Boadu have officially signed the dotted lines on a two-year deal and will take charge of the side during the second round of the League this month.

The former coach of Medeama SC sealed the deal on Thursday with the Accra-based club.

He becomes the fourth coach of the season for the Phobians after Edward Nii Odoom, Kosta Papic and Samuel Nii Noi.

Samuel Boadu will receive $2,500 as monthly salary and a staggering GHC70,000 as an enticement fee. He will also receive performance enhancement related bonuses during his stay at the capital giants.

The young and brilliant gaffer had a huge task of guiding his new team to end their 11 year old trophy drought.

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Aduana Unveils Ex-Hearts Of Oak Asst Manager As Head Coach

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Former Hearts of Oak assistant coach Asare Bediako has been appointed as the head coach of Aduana Stars few weeks after resigning from the Phobians.

Bediako emerged as the favourite for Aduana head coach role taking over from Paa Kwesi Fabin whose contract has run out and was adamant to renew.

Bediako tendered in his resignation letter to the management of the Rainbow Club based on personal reasons.

The former Berekum Chelsea head coach stated in the letter that his decision has to do with “personal reasons and circumstances beyond his control”.

Bediako spent three months at with Hearts of Oak and had to leave due to a reported fall out with the management and the then Head Coach Kosta Papic.

However, Bediako on Monday, March 1, 2021, signed a two-year deal with the Ogya lads after reaching an agreement with the management of the club.

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AFCON U20: Percious Boah’s Incredible Freekick Send Ghana To The Finals

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Ghana progressed to the finals of the Africa U20 Cup of Nations after beating Gambia 1-0 in the semifinals.

Ghana showed early signs after Percious Boah saw his free kick missing the goal narrowly.

Abdul Fatawu Ishahaku then forced Gambia goalkeeper Lamin Saidy to pull  a save from a well-dispatched free kick.

Gambia on the other hand got their fair share of possession creating few decent chances.

Boah however gave the Black Satellites the lead in the 34th minute with a well struck free kick from the edge of the box to increase his goal tally in the competition to 3.

Ghana kept their composure in the second half despite the numerous threats from Gambia who came close to score on few occasions.

The Black Satellites will now face the winner between Tunisia and Uganda in the finals on Sunday.

Coach Karim Zito’s side thus make their sixth finals with a chance to win the competition for the fourth time and the first since 2009.

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AFCON U20: Karim Zito Name Strong Lineup For Crunch Game Against Gambia

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Mohammed Sulemana has made a return to Ghana’s starting line up for Monday’s semi- final game against Gambia.

The National U-20 team are poised to secure a win in the semi- final game to book a place in the final match which is scheduled for Saturday, March 6.

Coach Abdul Karim Zito has retained trust in the players who won the quarterfinal game game against Cameroon with Sulemana coming in to replace Mathew Anim Cudjoe.

Afriyie Barnieh will start once again and will be skipper for the Black Satellites, Monday afternoon.

The game is scheduled to kick off at 4:00pm GMT.

Should Ghana win this afternoon’s encounter, they will face the winner of the game between Tunisia and Uganda in the other semi-finals match.

Referee for the game is Souleiman Ahmed Djama from Djibouti with Youssef Wahid Youssef Elbosaty (Egypt) and Abbes Akram Zerhouni (Algeria) as assistants.

The fourth official is Celso Armindo Alvacao from Mozamabique with Wajdi Aouadi from Tunisia as Match Commissioner.

The General Coordinator is Kelly Athanasie Mukandanga from Rwanda.

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