Ghanian FA to continue talks with Ayew brothers

The Ghana Football Association says it will continue to hold talks with the Ayew brothers over their international future.  Andre and his younger brother Jordan wrote to the federation insisting they needed time to reconsider their decision. The Olympique Marseille duo have asked to be excluded from this month's World Cup

Ayew brothers dump Ghanian national team

Ghana have been rocked by the news that brothers Jordan and Andre Ayew have decided to retire temporarily from international football. The Ayews each sent separate statements to the Ghanaian FA on Tuesday, hinting that issues with the management were hindering their ability to play for the side. "My decision to withdraw

Pitroipa freed to face Nigeria in Afcon finals

Burkina Faso's playmaker, Jonathan Pitroipa has had his red card rescinded by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and has been cleared to face Nigeria in the finals. The 26 year old who was unjustly sent off by Tunisian referee Slim Jdidi in the Semi final showdown against Ghana will

Ghana Comeback To Beat Tunisia

An inspired comeback saw Ghana rally from 2-0 down for a 4-2 win over Tunisia in their African Cup of Nations warm-up match in Abu Dhabi. Two goals by Issam Jemaa put the Tunisians ahead before the black stars scored four times in the second half for their second confidence-boosting

Ghana defeat Egypt

Ghana won 3-0 against Egypt, and at a canter in the first of two prep friendlies before South Africa 2013 at the Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Thursday evening. Egypt, seven-time African Cup, winners, paraded a largely second string team because most of the members of the main

23-man squads of AFCON Participants

All the 16 participating nations of the 2013 Orange Africa cup of nations have released their final lists of 23 players. The continental showpiece runs from January 19 to February 10 in South Africa. Complete squads per group Group A: South Africa, Cape Verde, Morocco, Angola South Africa Goalkeepers: Itumeleng Khune (Kaizer Chiefs), Senzo