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Kenya cannot stand in our way – Black Queens Coach



Kenya cannot stand in our way - Black Queens Coach

Madam Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo Head Coach of the female national football team, the Black Queens has said Kenya, will not be a stumbling block to their quest of qualifying to the next round of matches for the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games qualifiers.

Madam Tagoe made this known in an interview in Accra after the Queens did a double over their Gabonese counterparts 5-0 in aggregate over the two legs played.

According to her, though she is building a formidable team for the future, their aim of qualifying to the next Olympic Games still remained a priority and Kenya would not stand in their way.

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“Kenya would not be a difficult game for us, we have played them in their backyard before and it ended in a draw.

“I believe with the crop of players I have put together coupled with a little more of camping time and the right blend, we would gel and Ghanaians would see good results.

“We have a target of qualifying to the Tokyo 2020 Games and we are determined to take each game at a time, so Kenya wound not stand in our way, they are women like us and we would see to them,” she said.

The coach said the team was well determined and focused and there is nothing like pressure to distract them.

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A goal each from Queens captain Portia Boakye and Juliet Acheampong in the 16th and 75th minute helped Ghana to beat Gabon by 2:0 in Accra, after beating them 3:0 in the first leg in Libreville to book a date with Kenya in the next qualifying match.


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Lecturer’s Betslip Pops Up On Screen During Lectures



It was a hilarious moment when a University lecturer’s betway betslip poped up on screen during his lesson.

The students started hailing and chanting his name whilst others burst into uncontrollable laughter.

According to sources, the lecturer used the projector which is connected to an external drive to explain his lesson but unfortunately, his betslip was on display instead of the picture he wanted to show his students.

It’s no doubt that betting is the new way of making money. With the rich and grown men into it, why wouldn’t the youth follow their footsteps since some claim it’s the easiest way to get rich.

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Hearts Of Oak Humbled By Kumasi Asante Kotoko At Accra Sports Stadium



Kumasi Asante Kotoko have trashed their long-standing rivals, Accra Hearts of Oak to a 2-1 defeat at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday the 26th of January, 2020.

The first meeting between the two mammoth clubs in Ghana in 2020 ended in tears for the Phobians.

Kotoko were off to a good start when Justice Blay headed home from a lovely cross on the 11th-minute mark.

The hosts got their equalizer in the 64th minute when their talisman Joseph Esso took advantage of a loose ball in Kotoko’s penalty box.

The game was heading for a stalemate before Kotoko’s Naby Keita snatched the maximum points for the Porcupine Warriors from the penalty spot.

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From the league table, Kotoko have now moved to the fourth position with 12 points in their first 6 games.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Beats Lionel Messi To Become The 5th Top Goalscorer In Football History



5-time world footballer of the year, Cristiano Ronaldo is now the fifth top goalscorer in football history as he has overtaken Gerd Muller on the list.

Cristiano Ronaldo is now in the fifth position after his goal-scoring run for Juventus with as his outstanding brilliance singlehandedly inspired Juventus to a comfortable yet narrow 2-1 victory over Parma at the Allianz Stadium last weekend.

Ronaldo has now scored staggering 736 goals in 1028 games at the top level with only a few footballers including Hungarian icon Ferenc Puskas who has 747 goals and Selecao legend Pele who has 767 leading him.

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However, should Ronaldo’s goalscoring run continue, he might overtake these two legends.

Brazilian legend, Romario is the second-highest goalscorer in history with 772, while Czech-Austrian legend Josef Bican is the most prolific goal-scorer with 805 goals.

Here are the top goalscorers in history according to Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF)

1. Josef Bica: 805 goals

2. Romario: 772 goals

3. Pele: 767 goals

4. Ferenc Puskas: 747 goals

5: Cristiano Ronaldo: 736 goals

6. Gerd Muller: 735 goals

7. Lionel Messi: 717 goals


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