The Ghana American Football Federation positions itself as a medium for unearthing talents. Ghana by far is known to be one of the best sports hubs on the African continent and in the entire World. Talking about American Football (NFL), the likes of Ezekiel Nana “Ziggy” Ansah , Nyan Boateng , Ebenezer Ekuban , Edmund Kugbila , William Obeng , Chris Owusu and the 2021 drafted Jeremiah Owusu have already put Ghana on the map and some of this key players have started given back to the ...
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In America, they love football. Except, what they call football looks nothing like the game played in Ghana. The ball is egg shaped, and picking it up is not considered a foul. Of course, their version is American football, a game that they developed in the early 20th century. American football is their biggest sport, with the final game of the year, the Super Bowl, attracting around 100 million TV viewers.
Ezekiel Nana Ansah is a Ghanaian who plays American Football for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL). He is the youngest of five children. Edward Richmond Ansah, his father, worked for a petroleum company and Elizabeth, his mother a nurse.Ezekiel grew up playing soccer and was introduced to the game of basketball by his brother.
Sports News of Friday, 2 July 2021 Source: footballmadeinghana.com 2021-07-02 play videoVictor Tabodas Experienced South American Football Scout, Victor Tabodas has disclosed he’s been very impressed by the wealth of talents in Ghana. Ghana has always been noted as a talent hub in Africa and has exported some great footballing talents to the West.
Experienced South American Football Scout, Victor Tabodas has disclosed he’s been very impressed by the wealth of talents in Ghana. Ghana has always been noted as a talent hub in Africa and has exported some great footballing talents to the West.
Today, roughly 3,000 American expatriates live in Ghana. Some view the arrivals as wealthy outsiders in a country where 30 percent of the population lives on less than $3.20 per day.
However the Ghana Football Association (GFA) would prefer to restart in October. There has been no football in Ghana since the suspension of sporting activities in March amid the coronavirus...