Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris believes the Black Stars stand a chance of winning the 2014 World Cup if they are able to replicate the form exhibited in the 6-1 demolishing of Egypt during the qualifiers.
Ex-Zamalek midfielder Rahim Ayew says the Egyptian giants are too broke to pay 1.2 million Euros to former Black Stars striker Junior Agogo following FIFA's order to pay the Ghanaian striker his outstanding wages.
Writer Gariba Raubil argues that the only way the Black Stars can survive the Group of Death at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is to adopt the fearless approach going in the matches against Germany, Portugal and USA.
Writer Kenneth Nii Yeboah examines the dilemma of Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda over his future at Orlando Pirates as eh continues to warm the bench at South African side with the 2014 World Cup approaching.
The Minister of Youth and Sports Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah says that the allegations that are been leveled against him and his ministry over the proposed budget for the Black Stars World Cup participation are wrong.