Ghana premier league
The Ghana Premier League is the highest professional football division of the football league system in Ghana. The league was officially founded in 1956 after the last Gold Coast Club competition in 1953/54. Organized by the Ghanaian Football Federation and ranked the 11th best league in Africa by the IFFHS from 2001 to 2010. In the first decade of the 21st century (2001-2010), the IFFHS ranked 65th in the world league list of the best leagues. On February 4, 2014. It was dominated by Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak. The league has been suspended for corruption since mid-June 2018, but will return in 2020.
In September 2013, after signing a contract with the GFA, SuperSport secured the television production and broadcasting rights for the Ghanaian Premier League. In 2017, pay-TV provider StarTimes became the official owner of television production and broadcasting rights for the Ghana Premier League.
National team: Before the year 2000 may have resulted in a disharmony in the squad, which eventually led to interference by Parliament and the executive to settle disputes between the two squad members Abedi Pele and Anthony Yeboah in the late 1990s, contributing to the failure of the team Building on the success of the underage national teams in the late 1990s, a new generation of Black Stars players who reached the final of the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship became the heart of the 2002 African Cup of Nations team and remained unbeaten in 2005 for a year and reached the final of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the first time that the team had reached the global stage of the tournament. The Black Stars started with a 2-0 defeat to eventual champions Italy, but defeated the Czech Republic (2-0) and the United States (1-2) and made it to the second round, in which they won 3: 0 lost. 0 to Brazil
Squad line-up of the Black Stars before the game
According to the FIFA World Ranking, Ghana ranked 14th in 2008. The Black Stars set a 100 percent record in their qualifying campaign, winning the group and qualifying as the first African team for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The team entered the finals in Group D against Germany, Serbia and Australia. Ghana reached the round of 16, playing against the USA, winning 2-1 in extra time to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup as the third African nation. The team lost in the quarter-final against Uruguay on penalties after Luis Suárez had missed a penalty in extra time, after a specific goal had been prevented by targeted handball.
In 2013, Ghana was the only team in Africa to reach the semi-finals of the CAF Africa Cup of Nations twice in a row, from 1963 to 1970 and from 2008 to 2013.
Ghana was rated high enough by FIFA to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in the second round. They won the group and qualified in the following round for the 2014 World Cup finals in November 2013, when they defeated Egypt 7-3 in a two-legged play-off. Ghana were drawn in Group G for the finals, where they went against Germany, Portugal and the United States. The FIFA World Cup finals ended with disappointment as Ghana dropped out in the group stage, blaming poor planning and payment premiums for the poor performance. However, a 2-2 draw with Germany won the competition.
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