TOKYO 2020: Coach Mercy Tagoe – Quarcoo makes three changes for Kenya Hurdle.

Ahead of the crucial second leg encounter with the Harambe Starlets of Kenya, Black Queens Head…

NWPL: Intimidation from other clubs won’t stop our promotion into the Premier League – Glory Archibong

Ahead of the Nigeria Women Football League Pro-league, Moje Queens forward Glory Archibong has promised that…

UWCL: Nigeria Super Falcons Emuidzhi Oghiabekhva Scored Brace to hand FC Minsk round of 16 bet

FC Minsk earned a comfortable 3-1 win against Zurich to move into the last 16 of…

PRIMERA IBERDROLA: Black Queens Grace Asantewaa Features In EDF Logroño Draw

Spanish Primera Iberdrola match day two kicked off this weekend featuring host of Ghanaian players. Former…

NWPL: Abia Angels head coach, Ann Agumanu-Chiejine Insists Happy Ending as Runners Up, Despite Missing Super 4 Spot

Abia Angels head coach, Ann Agumanu-Chiejine, has described as commendable her side runners-up position in the…

NWFL: Chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League, Aisha Falode – Elated With Improved Standard of The League

The Chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League, Aisha Falode, has expressed joy over the successful…

TOKYO 2020: Black Queens To Open Camp On August 3 Ahead Of Tokyo 2020 Qualifiers.

Ahead of 2020 World Olympics Games in Tokyo, Japan the senior national football team, Black Queens…

WAFU ZONE B: JANET EGYIR ADJUDGED MVP AS GHANA CLAIM BRONZE MEDAL

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Hasaacas Ladies player Janet Nana Ama Egyir claimed her second Most Valuable Player award against Mali…

WAFU ZONE B: HEROINE FAFALI DUMEHASI HANDS BRONZE MEDAL TO GHANA

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Godwin Nii Armah Tagoe, aged 26,a product of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

I possess an unwavering passion for sports with keen interest in football occasional contributor to nbsportslive.com. I also have experience with both radio and television as a pundit.

I blend sports writing with teaching currently serving as a pupil teacher with Angelic Kids Preparatory school.
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Ghana’s safest pair of hands, Fafali Dumehasi played a yo-man’s role as her save clinched bronze…

GALLERY: IVORY COAST EDGE MALI TO BOOK SPOT IN FINALS.

Hosts, La Cote D’Ivoire became the first nation to secure a ticket to the finals of…