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Anas Exposé: 4 National Sports Authority Staff Interdicted

The National Sports Authority (NSA) has disclosed that staff who were implicated in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas exposé have been interdicted. It will be recalled that four staff members of the NSA namely: Robert Sarfo Mensah (Director General), Frederica Mensah-Davis (Public Relations Officer), Joshua Mensah (Ashanti Regional Director) and Patrick Agorzor, Protocol …

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Nigerian Government Sacks Football Federation President

The Federal Government of Nigeria has ordered the current board of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, to vacate their office in respect to a ruling by the apex court in Nigeria, the Supreme Court. This was contained in a statement from the office of the Minister for Youths and Sports, …

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Mayweather sued $2m for ‘no-show’ at events in Ghana

Floyd Mayweather is stepping into the ring for a new legal fight after being sued by a Nigerian company claiming he scammed them. According to TMZ, Zinni Media is suing Mayweather for skipping out on five scheduled appearances. In June 2017, the suit alleges the company booked the famed boxer …

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Mistakes by Hamid, Miazga help Ireland beat US 2-1

Facing far better opposition than earlier in the week, a young U.S. soccer team revealed its inexperience. Goalkeeper Bill Hamid’s mistake led to Graham Burke’s tying goal in the 57th minute, Alan Judge scored after Matt Miazga’s defensive lapse in the 90th and Ireland remained unbeaten at home against the …

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Kompany exits early as Portugal holds Belgium to 0-0 draw

BRUSSELS (AP) — European champion Portugal held Belgium to a tame 0-0 draw Saturday, a result overshadowed by fears that defender Vincent Kompany may have sustained an injury early in the second half. Without waiting to be substituted, the injury-prone Kompany walked off shortly after the break after appearing to …

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Germany beaten by Austria 2-1 on Neuer’s return

KLAGENFURT, Austria (AP) — Manuel Neuer played his first match since September as Germany was beaten 2-1 by Austria in its penultimate warmup game for the World Cup on Saturday. The Bayern Munich goalkeeper, who has recovered from a hairline fracture in his left foot, played the entire match but …

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O’Shea ends Republic of Ireland career in win over US

John O’Shea’s international farewell saw the Republic of Ireland come from behind to beat the United States. Earning his 118th cap, the 37-year-old Sunderland defender was given a rousing send off in Dublin when he was substituted after 33 minutes. Bobby Wood put the visitors ahead in first-half injury-time but …

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