Corruption, murder and how Ghana’s football has ground to a halt

It is eight months since Ghana’s last domestic game after a bribery scandal exposé that may have led to a journalist’s assassination

At 4:49pm, the final whistle of an outstanding top flight match between AshantiGold and Aduana Stars was blown in the mining town of Obuasi. Unknown to everyone in Ghana, this game, on 6 June 2018, would be the last competitive match to be played for a long time.

At that same moment, 235km away in Ghana’s capital, Accra, thousands were rushing to the International Conference Centre to witness the premiere of an incredibly hyped piece of journalism.

Continue reading…
Source: Football News
Link : Corruption, murder and how Ghana’s football has ground to a halt

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe to get this amazing EBOOK FREE

By subscribing to this newsletter you agree to our Privacy Policy