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Manuel Lanzini's brilliant long-range strike in injury time completed his side's stunning comeback with under 10 minutes to go as Tottenham folded and ceded a three goal lead, and Aston Villa maintained their perfect start to the season ...

West Ham players bundled on top of each other in delirium with Lanzini's goal, the last kick of the clash, rescuing them a draw.

The English Premier League returned from the international break this weekend with leaders, Everton, holding on to their unbeaten start and the top spot after coming from behind twice in an electric Merseyside derby thriller that was marred by chaos and controversy as Jordan Henderson was denied a dramatic last-gasp winner by a marginal offside call that left Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp crying foul.

The former Ghana Football Association (GFA) presidential aspirant has been tasked with managing the affairs of the Asanteman contingent for the next three years.

Amponsah confirmed as new Kotoko boss

Asante Kotoko has appointed dynamic football administrator, Nana Yaw Amponsah, as the club’s new Chief Executive.

Addo explained that the failure for both parties to agree to terms allowed the Phobians to allow Esso to leave as a free agent.

Hearts: Break in negotiations led to Esso's departure

Premier League giants, Accra Hearts of Oak, have revealed that break in negotiations led to the club parting ways with striker Joseph Esso.

“It is false that we have asked clubs to pay GH¢65,000 to be able to host matches at the various state stadia.”

Prof. Peter Twumasi

The National Sports Authority (NSA) has explained that football clubs will not solely be required to foot an amount of GH¢65,000 required for it to host matches behind closed doors at the state-owned stadia in the country, if organised league matches are to resume following the temporary ban on sporting activities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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