VICTORY FOR GHANA

Message from Die-hard

NEWS: Ghana supporters hold a press conference on the 18th September, 2013.

DSC01631All the supporters group in Ghana, together will hold a press conference. Information reaching us say’s that they will announce their leaders and they’ve also agreed on one or two things which at the press conference will be made known to the media and the public.

Presence will be Mr. Abraham Boakye, a.k.a. ONE MAN SUPPORTER (GHANSU), ALHAJI POLLO 4040 (MILLINUM), Aziz Haruna Futa (NSU), Abraham Nkansah a.k.a APIURUGU-CHAKAPAAMA (DIE-HARD), Vicentia Deku (NASU) and all other supporters groups in Ghana….

 

ALL UPDATE WILL BE ON THIS SITE AFTER THE PRESS CONFERENCE

NEWS: Ghana to face Egypt in World Cup play-off – (16/09/2013)

Ghana have been drawn against Egypt in the play-off round of qualifying858998853_77195 for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
This follows Monday’s draw ceremony held at the CAF headquarters in Egypt.
The Black Stars will play home in the first leg of the two-leg tie on the weekend of 11-15 October, with the return match set for 15-19 November.
The aggregate winner after the two-leg tie qualifies to the finals in Brazil.
Kwesi Appiah’s side, who were seeded for the African third round draw reached this stage after finishing tops in the Group D ahead of Zambia in the previous round.
Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia are the teams in contention for the five slots available to the continent at the World Cup.

Play-off pairing

Ivory Coast v Senegal

Ethiopia v Nigeria

Ghana v Egypt

Burkina Faso v Algeria

Tunisia v Cameroon

NEWS: Kwesi Appiah Ready For The Worst Ahead of World Cup Play-Offs

kwesiappiah-presser130131bbp300Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is ready for any opponent his side will draw for the Brazil 2014 World Cup play-off next month.

The Black Stars are one of the five seeded countries and will be paired with either Cameroon, Egypt, Burkina Faso, Senegal or Ethiopia who are in Pot 2.

Ghana were outclassed by Burkina at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and some pundits believe Cameroon an Egypt will be tough tests.

Senegal’s cast of stellar European stars makes them fearful and Ethiopia cannot be described as under-dogs after topping the Group.

But Appiah says he is prepared for any outcome.

“I believe that if you want to go to the World Cup , you should be prepared to play any team that comes your way,” Appiah said ahead of Monday’s draw.

“Which ever team or country that God gives, I believe that we are prepared to play them.

“The most important thing is that once we know the opponent we are playing with, then we start preparing.”

The winner of the two-leg encounter will advance to the finals next year.

PERCENTAGE BASED ON PERFORMANCE AND NUMBERS AT THE BABA YARA SPORTS STADIUM, GHANA – ZAMBIA MATCH.- (13-09-2013).

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BRANCHES PERCENTAGE
ABOSSEY OKAI 60%
CHOKOR 50.50%
VOLTA 50%
NUNGUAH 40%
ASALYM DOWN 38%
DARKOMAN 35%
NEW TOWN 20%
SUHUM 10%
KORLE GONO 10%

Congratulation to all the branches of Die-hard Supporters Union for coming together to cheer the Ghana National Team (BLACK STARS) up to victory, on the Ghana – Zambia match, BUT almost all the branches worked below expectation and need to back up and increase the number of people in the next play off in October and November

NB: The average percentage needed is 80%, so all the Branches need to work on the next play off..

All branches whose name was not mentioned should be careful, cause this might sound a warning too you , next time it happens like this, the national executives will take a firm decision on what to do to that branch…..

THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING

NEWS: Black Stars avoid Nigeria in play-off draw

536919490_93956Ghana amongst Africa’s top five seeds for the final qualifying for the 2014 World Cup but Tunisia take the place of the disqualified Cape Verde.

The Black Stars and four other group winners from the second round qualifiers, Ivory Coast, Algeria and Nigeria and Tunisia based on the FIFA ranking following Cape Verde’s disqualification for fielding an ineligible player.

Tunisia whom Cape Verde fielded an eligible player against in their Group B campaign thus qualify for the final round.

All five teams will avoid each other in the draw for Africa’s third round qualifying.

The Confederation of African Football -CAF, announced the seeding on Thursday.

Ghana can draw either Egypt, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Senegal or Cameroon for the two-leg ties, with the winners going to the finals in Brazil.

With the seeding revealed following Thursday’s release of the FIFA World ranking, all is set for the final round draw which will take place in Cairo on 16 September to determine the pairings.

Top five seeds in Pot 1

1. Ivory Coast

2. Ghana

3. Algeria

4. Nigeria

5. Tunisia

Unseeded five in Pot 2

6. Egypt

7. Burkina Faso

8. Cameroon

9. Senegal

10. Ethiopia

CONGRATULATIONS MR/MRS. JOE DEBRAH – (11/09/13)

943777_10200643359519631_322784933_nWe the Die-hard supporters union are very Grateful to God for our own brother, Mr. Joe Debrah A.K.A Nbobosuo hene, who works at Happy Fm, but a most important person in Die-hard Supporters Union, who by God’s grace has given birth to twins.1174634_10201326375274598_349420628_n Mr. Joe Debrah and the entire Die-hard Supporters Union are calling on you out there to join hands for the OUTDOORING…

DATE: 14th September, 2013
TIME: 1:00pm
VENUE: Abeka (Asare Original Pay All.)

NB: But all members of Die-hard Supporters Union DSC00483who wish to attend this programme, must be in our normal uniform (that’s the red, yellow and green  uniform) and we are all assembling at the Abossey Okai Total filling station opposite the Abossey Okai central mosque at 12:00pm.
All late comers will be punish…..