Pulse Sports on the Go – 2nd March, 2016

Ex-Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker Kofi Nti Boakye has joined Nigerian top-flight side Ifeanyi Uba.
The 28-year-old player whose contract with Libyan club Al Ahli was terminated due to non-performance had trials with South African club Ajax Cape Town before moving to Nigeria.

Las Palmas midfielder Mubarak Wakaso suffered an injury on Tuesday in his team’s game against Getafe on Tuesday.
The 25-year-old is set to undergo scans to determine the extent of the injury sustained. The Black Stars midfielder will hope to be available for Ghana’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying game against Mozambique later this month.

Former Ebusua Dwarfs head coach Professor J.K. Mintah has ruled out a return to the Cape Coast based club. The Black Stars psychologist has been linked with a return to Dwarf but said in an interview with Happy FM:
“I will not return to Dwarfs, I have worked with them in the past and I must move forward as a person.”

Former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah on Tuesday night made a presentation to Turkish President Tayyip Ergogon who is Ghana.
At an event attended by the president of Ghana His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, the 35-year-old who spent three years with Turkish team Fenerbache during his playing career was given a presidential treat after presenting the signed jersey to President Tayyip Ergogan at the State Banquet Hall.

On Ghanaian players abroad, Jordan Ayew returned from suspension to play for his Aston Villa team in their 3-1 defeat against Everton. Jeffrey Schlupp made a substitute appearance with Daniel Amartey missing out on Leicester City’s 2-2 draw with West Bromich Albion. In Italy, Kevin-Prince Boateng played in the Coppa Italia on Tuesday night as his AC Milan team made it to the final.

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