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Postby Q' lypse » Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:09 pm

Think they should have some kinda of club for Ghana's football community, something like what Obour suggested when he was campaigning to be the president of music industry. Its like a fund for footballers who might get a fatal illness, physical injury that they can't afford to pay for etc.

Example is, South Africa's former rugby captain has a muscle degenerative disease, his muscles are just getting weaker and weaker, soon his heart will collapse. The rugby association has this fund where they contributed for his rehab in the States.

Ghanaian footballers can organize something like this, no? Just a suggestion
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Postby himself » Sun Oct 30, 2011 4:12 am

Q' lypse wrote:Think they should have some kinda of club for Ghana's football community, something like what Obour suggested when he was campaigning to be the president of music industry. Its like a fund for footballers who might get a fatal illness, physical injury that they can't afford to pay for etc.

Example is, South Africa's former rugby captain has a muscle degenerative disease, his muscles are just getting weaker and weaker, soon his heart will collapse. The rugby association has this fund where they contributed for his rehab in the States.

Ghanaian footballers can organize something like this, no? Just a suggestion

Angel FM was thinking along similar lines and they want to start with Ashanti region. I hope some of the old players would start looking into some of these issues.
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Postby Abena Kwabena » Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:24 pm

Q' lypse wrote:
Abena Kwabena wrote:
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Masser stop noise, HPV from women can also cause throat cancer if u chop mitto orally. .


recent reports say there is a spike among men attributed to Cunnilingus



KO is safe! Last time he went downtown Busia was president! :D :D :shock:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: they did that in those days?



KO was ahead of the times!
:D :D
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Postby Uncle Ato » Sun Oct 30, 2011 1:14 pm

Q' lypse wrote:Think they should have some kinda of club for Ghana's football community, something like what Obour suggested when he was campaigning to be the president of music industry. Its like a fund for footballers who might get a fatal illness, physical injury that they can't afford to pay for etc.

Example is, South Africa's former rugby captain has a muscle degenerative disease, his muscles are just getting weaker and weaker, soon his heart will collapse. The rugby association has this fund where they contributed for his rehab in the States.

Ghanaian footballers can organize something like this, no? Just a suggestion



Good idea but how about insurance for professional players. The bleeding got to stop from a point. At least, let's start from those playing now. Every club must have insurance for its players. If insurance wont cover 100%, then the yi bi ma fund/ insurance can set in. Otherwise, we will be doing yi bi ma saaa and we wont grow any industry. We will continue watching EPL/La liga/Malta League/dubai league etc.
Are you talking about the guy(Joost?) with Lou Gehrig's disease(ALS)?
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Postby Tit 4 Tat » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:59 pm

wish the man speedy recovery
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Postby footprint » Tue Nov 01, 2011 2:39 pm

Abena Kwabena wrote:
Q' lypse wrote:
Abena Kwabena wrote:
deciiva wrote:
Akokora Gyeene wrote:
Masser stop noise, HPV from women can also cause throat cancer if u chop mitto orally. .


recent reports say there is a spike among men attributed to Cunnilingus



KO is safe! Last time he went downtown Busia was president! :D :D :shock:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: they did that in those days?

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


KO was ahead of the times!
:D :D
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Postby footprint » Tue Nov 01, 2011 2:47 pm

Q' lypse wrote:
Abena Kwabena wrote:
deciiva wrote:
Akokora Gyeene wrote:
Masser stop noise, HPV from women can also cause throat cancer if u chop mitto orally. .


recent reports say there is a spike among men attributed to Cunnilingus



KO is safe! Last time he went downtown Busia was president! :D :D :shock:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: they did that in those days?

why not? toto has always been inviting :lol:
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Postby Ekow » Wed May 09, 2012 1:44 pm

Ghana Fa To Honour Ghanaian Legendary Coach Attuquayefio



By Patrick Akoto

Renowned Ghanaian coach Jones Attuquayfio will be honoured by the Ghana Football Association, President Kwesi Nyantakyi has confirmed.

An exhibition game between the Black Stars and friends of the veteran coach will take place on the 24th of June at the Accra Sports stadium to celebrate the man who guided Hearts of Oak to their first Caf Champions League title in 2000.

The former African coach of the year has been out of coaching for the past two years due to a throat cancer illness.

The proceeds from the gate would be donated to the Ghanaian trainer.

“The time has come for us to award our heroes who sacrificed a lot for the nation,” Nyantakyi said

“Jones has achieved so much for Ghana football, winning African titles with Hearts and coaching virtually all of the national teams and unearthing lots of talents.

“We must do something now to honour this illustrious son of the land,”

Attuquayfio was coach of Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professionals before being taken ill.
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Postby Coach Prekese » Wed May 09, 2012 1:51 pm

nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:
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Postby KD » Wed May 09, 2012 4:29 pm

Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.
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Postby Ekow » Wed May 09, 2012 4:54 pm

Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.


:) :) :) :) :)
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Postby KD » Wed May 09, 2012 6:14 pm

Ekow wrote:
Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.


:) :) :) :) :)


Morafocka led Hearts to beat us 4-0. :x
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Postby Ekow » Wed May 09, 2012 7:56 pm

Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Ekow wrote:
Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.


:) :) :) :) :)


Morafocka led Hearts to beat us 4-0. :x


koroko don suffer under Jones.
:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby KDA » Wed May 09, 2012 8:39 pm

Ekow wrote:
Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Ekow wrote:
Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.


:) :) :) :) :)


Morafocka led Hearts to beat us 4-0. :x


koroko don suffer under Jones.
:lol: :lol: :lol:


"Monhwe mo adee".
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Postby Mayobo » Wed May 09, 2012 11:04 pm

Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.


Point of correction - QUADRUPLE ... first and only time in Africa !! Hehehe
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Postby el Padrino » Wed May 09, 2012 11:19 pm

Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.

who died and made him "Sir"
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Postby Ekow » Thu May 10, 2012 12:40 am

Mayobo wrote:
Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
Coach Prekese wrote:nice one, but the writer should stop the legendary nonsense, he did well with hearts, but he was not all that, when he coached the NT :roll: :roll: :roll:


Dude we know you like Kotoko but dont let that blind you.

For someone to win a Treble in Africa it says a lot about Sir Cecil. That alone is enough before his playing exploits.


Point of correction - QUADRUPLE ... first and only time in Africa !! Hehehe


:) :) :) :) :)
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Postby himself » Sun Jun 24, 2012 1:55 am

Yes Sir!!! Ghana salutes Attuquayefio on Joy FM
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Listeners of Joy FM are heaping tons of praise to the only Sir in Ghana football, who for the first time in many months is making an appearance on radio and on Joy FM.

Sir Cecil Jones Attuquayefio has been indoors treating a throat ailment but decided to come out to speak with Ghanaians and to return to the sports he so badly misses.

Some members of the 64 Battalion, as the Hearts of Oak squad of the 1999-2000 was affectionately called, Ishmael Addo and Amankwaa Mireku joined Sir Cecil to eulogise the coach they so adore.

On Friday, a ceremonial match will be played to raise funds for the man who has given everything as a player and a coach and listeners had no choice but to call and buy tickets ahead of the game.

Kwame Sefa Kayi, Harry Zakour, Egbert Faibille, Haruna Iddrisu, Kennedy Agyapong of Kotoko all called to share their indelible memories of the SIR, and pledged to buy tickets at some handsome prizes for Friday's game.

source:http://sports.myjoyonline.com/pages/news/201206/88879.php
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Postby Ekow » Sun Jun 24, 2012 1:57 am

himself wrote:Yes Sir!!! Ghana salutes Attuquayefio on Joy FM
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Listeners of Joy FM are heaping tons of praise to the only Sir in Ghana football, who for the first time in many months is making an appearance on radio and on Joy FM.

Sir Cecil Jones Attuquayefio has been indoors treating a throat ailment but decided to come out to speak with Ghanaians and to return to the sports he so badly misses.

Some members of the 64 Battalion, as the Hearts of Oak squad of the 1999-2000 was affectionately called, Ishmael Addo and Amankwaa Mireku joined Sir Cecil to eulogise the coach they so adore.

On Friday, a ceremonial match will be played to raise funds for the man who has given everything as a player and a coach and listeners had no choice but to call and buy tickets ahead of the game.

Kwame Sefa Kayi, Harry Zakour, Egbert Faibille, Haruna Iddrisu, Kennedy Agyapong of Kotoko all called to share their indelible memories of the SIR, and pledged to buy tickets at some handsome prizes for Friday's game.

source:http://sports.myjoyonline.com/pages/news/201206/88879.php


The Coach that brought Joy to Phobia Fans.

He is a SIR indeed.
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Postby Jato Rasta » Sun Jun 24, 2012 3:45 am

himself wrote:Yes Sir!!! Ghana salutes Attuquayefio on Joy FM
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Listeners of Joy FM are heaping tons of praise to the only Sir in Ghana football, who for the first time in many months is making an appearance on radio and on Joy FM.

Sir Cecil Jones Attuquayefio has been indoors treating a throat ailment but decided to come out to speak with Ghanaians and to return to the sports he so badly misses.

Some members of the 64 Battalion, as the Hearts of Oak squad of the 1999-2000 was affectionately called, Ishmael Addo and Amankwaa Mireku joined Sir Cecil to eulogise the coach they so adore.

On Friday, a ceremonial match will be played to raise funds for the man who has given everything as a player and a coach and listeners had no choice but to call and buy tickets ahead of the game.

Kwame Sefa Kayi, Harry Zakour, Egbert Faibille, Haruna Iddrisu, Kennedy Agyapong of Kotoko all called to share their indelible memories of the SIR, and pledged to buy tickets at some handsome prizes for Friday's game.

source:http://sports.myjoyonline.com/pages/news/201206/88879.php


Listened live this morning :D :D :D
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