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Ghanaian international professional footballer, Samuel Inkoom, has taken to social media to share lovely photos of his wife, Omega Inkoom and adorable children.

They have 4 children in total, 1 girl and 3 boys.

One can see the “Inkoom family” glowing with grace as they step out to church.

Another photo sees Samuel and Omega posing for the camera while another also sees their children posing for a shot while on their way to school.

Samuel Inkoom was the news earlier this year when he was hit with a one-year ban by Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) after failing to pay an agent he cheated in a transfer back in 2014.

In June 2017, the 29-year-old was ordered to pay Curtis Willer $65,000 or in default serve one-year ban, Inkoom failed to pay the said money and he was banned by FIFA.

After failing to settle the agent, the case was open again and he has been handed another ban.

Inkoom career’s has taken a nose dive following his move from FC Basel to Dnipro seven seasons ago. He has struggled to find his form which compelled Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk to sign him from Swiss side for $10 million in 2011.

He was a key member for the Black Stars at the 2010 FIFA World Cup helping the team reach the quarter-finals of the competition for the first time.

The last time he featured for the national team was in an International friendly against the Netherlands in Rotterdam in a warm-up game for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Kevin Prince Boateng To Join National Team (Black Stars) Ahead Of June AFCON 2019



Kevin Prince Boateng Chances Of Playing Or Joining His National Team (Black Stars) Again I will invite Kevin Prince Boateng if he apologizes – Kwesi Appiah It took Sulley Muntari three years(July 2014-2016) to swallow back his words and deeds, but not KP Boateng.

Black Stars Head Coach Kwesi Appiah has stated clearly that the only thing holding him from inviting Sassuolo forward Kevin Prince Boateng to the Black Stars team is the player’s failure to apologise as was directed by the 2014 Commission of Enquiry. Boateng, is yet to a call-up into the Black Stars team after the country’s poor display at the 2014 FIFA World Cup which resulted to the formation of the Commission of Enquiry to ascertain alleged corruptible practices leading Ghana to its worst-ever performance at the World Cup.

The former AC Milan attacker has been labelled as disrespectful together with Sulley Muntari and was asked by the Commission of Enquiry to submit an apology to clear themselves on any chance of returning to the Black Stars camp.

Kelvin Prince Boateng’s stints with the Black Stars have always been deemed by many Ghanaians as opportunistic; from his switch of allegiances from Germany to play for Ghana and series of excuses to miss qualifiers.

That said, the head coach of the Black Stars, Kwesi Appiah has hinted the only possible reason that can fetch Kelvin Prince Boateng a return to the Black Stars team. Speaking to Nhyira Sports on Nhyira FM Coach Kwesi Appiah revealed – “Kelvin Prince Boateng is a Ghanaian and playing well, if you look at our striking department, we cannot always count on Asamoah Gyan, but after 2014 Commission of Inquiry he and Sulley Muntari were asked to apologize and Sulley has done his. I will invite Kelvin-Prince Boateng writes his, I will invite him”.

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Asamoah Gyan is better than Lionel Messi – CountryMan Songo




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Patrick Osei Agyemang known widely as Countryman Songo has made an assertion on Asamoah Gyan when he hosted him on his ‘Fire for Fire’ show on Adom TV.

According to the sports presenter, Asamoah Gyan has equal world Cup goals just as Lionel Messi even though he had appeared less in the tournament.

This according to him makes Gyan a better player than Lionel Messi.

‘Ah, Asamoah Gyan has scored 6 goals in the world cup, Messi hasn’t scored much goals in the world Cup than Gyan but you are always tweeting about Messi…. fire burn all of you”,CountryMan Songo fired Ghanaians’ – CountryMan said.

Lionel Messi, who hails from Argentina, has played in 18 career World Cup matches, over four different World Cups, and he has scored six goals in those contests.

But Gyan, who has represented Ghana at just three different World Cups (2006, 2010 and 2014) has also scored 6 goals, to become the top African goalscorer in the history of the World Cup.

Songo summed it up by entreating Ghanaians to be proud of their own son and products.

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They’re taking advantage of me – Asamoah Gyan cries out to dead mum



If there is a day Asamoah Gyan, misses her mum dearly, it’s no other day than today which marks six years since her passing on to glory.

The Black Stars captain obviously overwhelmed with problems of late has poured out his heart to his mum in an emotional note on his Instagram page.

He particularly lamented how he feels, he is being battered because she is no longer around to protect and counsel him.

Asamoah Gyan’s emotional message to mum in an unedited post below.

“6th November. The day you left us. I’m so upset today because so many people are taking advantage of your son since your death but I know God is watching them.

“I wish you can see what you chose for me but it wasn’t your fault hmmm. But I have learned lots of things from it. I love you mum. Rest In Peace where ever you are ,” Asamoah wrote on his page

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