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“Paths That Cross Will Cross Again” – KP Boateng Shares Good Time With Mario Balloteli

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Kevin Prince Boateng and Balotelli

It is well said that paths that cross will definitely cross again, and it is in the light that Ghanaian International, Kevin Prince Boateng meets his brother from another mother who is in the person of Mario Balotelli popularly known in Ghana as Mario Bawuah Balotelli

From a picture shared on the Instagram page of Kevin Prince Boateng, the duo thus Mario Balotelli and Kevin Prince Boateng were caught on camera having a good time.

Kelvin accompanied his post with a beautiful caption that reads:

“Paths that cross will cross again… Happy that you are back with me brother @mb459 ‼️and now get ready, we are coming‼️”

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Coach Ibrahim Tanko Applauds Coach Abdul Karim Zito for Winning U20 AFCON For Ghana

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Coach Ibrahim Tanko Applauds Coach Abdul Karim Zito for Winning U20 AFCON For Ghana

Ghana Black Stars B coach, Coach Ibrahim Tanko greeted fellow countryman Abdul Karim Zito for winning the U20 Africa Nations Cup with the Black Satellites on Saturday.

Zito challenged the chances of winning the tournament after beating Uganda’s favorites 2-0 in the final game.

Skipper Daniel Afriyie’s brace, hitting in every half, was all that Ghana needed to secure the all-important victory for the tournament winners to emerge.

The trophy will be the second for Karim Zito in two months, after leading the same side to win the U20 WAFU Championship in Benin in December.

Following the victory, Tanko took to social media to sing his colleague praises for the indelible achievement.

“This is a massive show of competence and a strong case of self believe,” he said.

“Winning two major trophies in three months is a confirmation of your competence and your knowledge of the game,” Tanko noted.

“As a colleague coach and a brother, I couldn’t have been much happier seeing you lift the flag of Ghana higher on such an important occasion. Congratulations Zito. You have made all of us proud. #OneGhana #U20Champions,” he added.

The trophy becomes Ghana’s 4th U20 AFCON title after previously winning it in 1993, 1999 and 2009.

Tanko was previously the assistant coach for the Black Stars before taking over as head coach of the U23.

He’s also had coaching stints in Cameroon with the Indomitable Lions and was on their bench during the 2014 World Cup staged in Brazil.

Despite the wonderful achievement of Zito and his boys, the opportunity to represent Ghana at the World Cup has been shut after FIFA called off the U20 World Cup due to rapid rise of the COVID-19 cases.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Black Satellites To Present U20 African Cup Of Nations Trophy To President Akufo Addo

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Black Satellites To Present U20 African Cup Of Nations Trophy To President Akufo Addo

Ghana’s U20 squad arrived in Ghana on Sunday, 7 March 2021, after defeating Uganda to win the African U-20 Championship in Mauritania.

The players greeted with wild celebrations and cheers from fans at Kotoka International Airport, Accra.

Daniel Barnie Afriyie scored his fourth AFCON U-20 title in the history of the tournament in both halves, claiming it in 1993, 1999, 2009 and 2021.

Obviously enthralled by the victory, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo also sent Black Satellites a message of congratulations after beating Uganda to win the African U-20 Championship in Mauritanin.

The team will today with a team led by Coach Abdul Karim Zito present the trophy to the president of the republic of Ghana, His Excellency President Akufo Addo.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Ghana Wins U20 Africa Cup of Nations Tournament

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Black Satellites of Ghana Ready To Thrash Morocco Tonight

The Under 20 Africa Cup of Nations that was held in somewhere Mauritania has justed ended and the Ghana Black Satellites side has won the final match against their colleagues from Uganda.

The final match between the Black Satellites of Ghana against the Ugandan under 20 side, the game ended in a 2-0 victory in favour of Ghana.

The skillful Ghanaian team that was led by experienced Coach Abdul Karim Zito came from Group C in the group stages to emerge winners of the tournament despite placing third in that group.

The pride of Africa, Black Satellites coach, Abdul Karim Zito prior to the match as gathered by GhanaCNN.com hinted that they aimed at winning the cup to honour the president Ghana, His Excellency President Nana Addo DanKwa Akufo-Addo as he celebrates his birthday tomorrow.

Nigeria still remains the team with most wins of the tournament with 7 titles so far in the continent.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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