Abdul-Halik Hudu leaves for Lyngby Boldklub:
Ex-Allies midfielder Abdul-Halik Hudu has left Swedish Hammarby to continue his career in Denmark with Lyngby Boldklub.
Hudu, 21, arrived in Denmark yesterday and signed a 2-year contract with the…
Preseason – Effiong Nsungusi features in HB Koge defeat.
Effiong Nsungusi Jnr played the first 45 minutes for HB Koge in their 2-0 defeat to Swedish giants Malmo FF.
Preseason – Belgium – Abraham Okyere debuts in Beerschot friendly.
Abraham Okyere is settled now – He played his first game for Belgian side Beerschot in their 1-1 draw with Club Brugge..
He joined play in the second half.
Abraham Okyere joins Beerschot VA in Belgium:
We are delighted to announce that our midfielder Abraham Okyere is the newest addition to Belgian First Division A side Beerschot.
The 2019 Cedar Stars Academy graduate signed a contract for 2 seasons with 2 seasons option at Kiel.
Okyere started his football career with Inter Allies in Ghana. There he progressed through the youth series and made his first team debut at the age of 16 in the Ghanaian Premier League.
Last season, Okyere moved to Al Hilal United on loan, where he played all matches.
Beerschot now takes over the Ghanaian directly from Inter Allies. “Abraham is a player who can play centrally in midfield”, technical manager Sander Van Praet indicates the transfer of the Ghanaian youngster.
“He has great running ability and is a real box-to-box midfielder.”
“Our technical department has worked hard this year to scout these talents,” says chairman Francis Vrancken. “We are therefore proud that we have been able to bind Okyere to us despite competition from other clubs.”
Inter Allies chairman Rabeh El-Eter is also proud of a new transfer of one of his players to Europe. “Okyere is an example for our young players.
He is passionate about football, very disciplined and a real winner. We will miss him but we are sure he will soon find his place in the Beerschot family. We are confident he will succeed in Europe.”
Clifford Aboagye donates to Cedar Stars:
Ex-Allies talisman Clifford Aboagye has donated quality boots and other items to the youth and development side of the Club, Cedar Stars Academy.
In a very short ceremony after the sweet 3-2 victory ag…
Aidoo visit inspires first team:
Our former captain Joseph Aidoo inspired the first team in a visit before Sunday’s Premier League win over Medeama SC.
The Celta Vigo centre-back was present at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu when we comfortably…
Abdul Halik Hudu wins Swedish Cup with Hammarby:
Congratulations to ex-Allies midfielder Abdul Halik Hudu for winning the Swedish Cup with Hammarby IF.
Hammarby defeated BK Hacken 5-4 on penalties after drawing goalless in regulation time.
SWEDEN – Patrick Kpozo nets first goal of the season in Ostersunds home win:
Patrick Kpozo was on the scoresheet for the first time this season when Ostersunds FK whipped IK Sirius in the Swedish Allsvenskan on Sunday.
The former Inter Allies…
USL – Ropapa assists in Kansas City II draw with LA Galaxy II:
Ropapa Mensah played the entire duration of the match at the Dignity Health Sports Park in California.
Sporting KC II shared the spoils with La Galaxy II in their 4th match in th…
Frank Assinki named in Ghana U23 squad fir Japan Friendly:
HB Koge defender Frank Assinki named in provisional Ghana U23 squad for two international friendly matches against Japan.
The squad will begin camping later this month to prepare for the friendly games against their Japanese counterparts in Tokyo on June 4 and June 8.
Coach Fabin on the other hand sees the game as an opportunity to assess players for Ghana’s upcoming International competitions including the African games in 2023.
This is the first phase of call ups to the U-23 team as Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin is expected to hand call ups to other players for subsequent assignments.
For Japan, the games will serve as test matches for the Olympic Games Football competition