Ghana will face Mexico in the quarter-finals of the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup on Sunday 25 November in Montevideo.The Black Maidens topped Group A on Tuesday after beating New Zealand 2-0 in the final match.They scored ten goals and conceded just one; making Augustine Adotey's side firm favourites for the title.Ghana have qualified for the last eight for the fourth consecutive time with their best performance in tournament history in 2012 when they finished in third place.As
Last week, Instagram started rolling out its new dashboard that showed how much time you spend on Instagram, and now, it’s Facebook’s turn: the company is rolling out the feature in the actual Facebook app now, via TechCrunch.
A Changsha man recently made news headlines in China after it was reported that he became hooked on cold medication 10 years ago and has taken over 30,000 pills since then just to satisfy his addiction.
The Vice Chairman of the Defense and Interior Committee of Parliament has cautioned the public against bastardizing the police on the back of the release of report a on the killing of seven persons in Kumasi.
Striker Bassira Toure scored a brace as Mali beat hosts Ghana 2-1 in the match day 2 of Group A on Tuesday at the Accra Sports Stadium.Toure found the back of the net in either half with substitute Elizabeth Addo scoring in between as Mali shocked the home team in front of their teeming fans.It was the hosts who started the game on the front foot dictating the pace in the early stages with stand-in captain Priscilla Okyere and Jane Ayiyiem giving the Mali defenders some anxious
Cameroon secured qualification to the semi-final of the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations after beating Algeria 3-0 in Group A on Tuesday in Accra.The 2016 losing finalists made their intentions known early in the game with series of attacks in the vital area of the Algerians.Their early pressure eventually paid off in the 12th minute when Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene lashed on to a pass from Gaelle Enganamouit to score the opener.Algeria nearly got the equalizer three minutes later
The confederation of African Football (CAF) has announced the rejection of the appeal filed by Zamalek’s president Mortada Mansour against its decision to ban him for a year.Mansour was handed a one-year ban from engaging in any kind of football related activities and was fined a sum of $40,000 over abusive statements he made against CAF officials last September.The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) received a letter from the CAF revealing that Mansour’s appeal was not even