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TWEET: Countryman Songo advices Kwesi Appiah after Black Stars AFCON exit; ‘Take A Break’

Controversial Ghanaian Sports presenter, Patrick Osei Agyeman aka Countryman Songo has advised Coach of the Black Stars to take a break after Ghana’s exit from the 2019 AFCON.  READ ALSO: Shatta Wale jabs Kwesi Appiah after Black Stars lost to Tunisia In a tweet, Countryman stated that the Black Stars Coach …

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Shatta Wale jabs Kwesi Appiah after Black Stars lost to Tunisia

Ghana’s Head Coach, James Kwesi Appiah yesterday steered the Ghana Black Stars to a defeat to Tunisia in the ongoing African Cup of Nations 2019 in Egypt.  READ ALSO: John Dumelo expresses gladness on Parliament’s decision to discontinue chamber project And many Ghanaians have lambasted him including Ghana’s dancehall King, Shatta …

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Kwesi Appiah and Patapaa buy from the same shop – LilWin teases Ghana’s coach for wearing oversized shirt in AFCON match

It seems that Ghanaians have found other ways to make themselves happy after the Black Stars failed to make us happy; they drew in their opening match in the ongoing AFCON 2019 with Benin. After so many funny moments emanating before and after the game, Kumawood actor and TV personality …

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Ghana’s Captain Asamoah Gyan retires from the Black Stars just weeks ahead of AFCON 2019

The Captain of the Ghana Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, has withdrawn his services from the Senior National team, the Black Stars.  In a press release dated 20th May,  2019 with the heading “DECISION TO RECUSE MYSELF FROM AFCON 2019, EGYPT AND RETIRE FROM THE NATIONAL TEAM”, Asamoah Gyan stated that …

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AFCON 2019: Coach Kwesi Appiah releases 30 man provisional Black Stars squad

Kwesi Appiah, head coach of Ghana’s Male Senior National team has named a 30-man provisional squad for the upcoming 2019 African Cup of Nations tournament.  Notable names, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari are visibly missing although some people were campaigning for their return to the team.  However, team captain Asamoah …

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