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Ghana's government has run the risk of drawing FIFA's ire after opening an investigation into the national side's poor World Cup campaign.
Ghana goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey admitted he may take a break from national team duty after the chaos of Brazil 2014.
The Ghana Football Association has issued a public apology after the national team's early exit from the 2014 World Cup.
Ghana star Kevin-Prince Boateng gave his side of the events that led to him being sensationally kicked off the team during the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Rebel Boateng slams Ghana FA

Kevin-Prince Boateng has labelled the Ghana Football Association "amateurish" following his indefinite suspension from the national team.
Schalke director of sport Horst Heldt believes that Kevin-Prince Boateng has played his last game for Ghana after being sent home during the World Cup.
Ghana's President John Dramani Mahama has ordered an official inquiry into the country's trouble-scarred World Cup campaign.

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Alonso quits Spain

Xabi Alonso announced his retirement from international football, ending a...

Lampard calls time on England career

Frank Lampard announced his retirement from international football after making...

Nigeria v Germany

Women's World Cup: Nigeria 0-1 Germany

Jurman eyes new season

Sydney FC defender Matthew Jurman is excited about the 2014-2015 season as the...

Antonis out to seize the day

Sydney FC midfielder Terry Antonis reflected on his selection in Ange...

Arnold lauds squad depth

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold said he has a few pleasant headaches at the...

Alves dropped as Dunga names Brazil squad

Brazil coach Dunga believes his players have the capacity to overcome the heavy...

Valeri's new lease on life

Speaking to World News Australia's Glenn Osborne, Melbourne Victory midfielder...

Arnold's Sky Blue revolution

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold outlined to TWG's David Basheer the changes he is...

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Portugal downs Ghana but bows out

A 2-1 victory over Ghana was not enough to save Portugal's 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign as its target of a top-two finish in Group G and a place in the knockout...
Paulo Bento pointed to Portugal's opening-game 4-0 defeat to Germany as the main reason for its early 2014 FIFA World Cup elimination.
Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng have been handed indefinite suspensions by the Ghana Football Association.

Ghana focused after pay dispute

Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah insists his team is focused after issues over pay were finally settled.
Portugal defender Pepe is confident his team can do the unlikely and reach the 2014 World Cup knockout stages in Brazil.

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Ronaldo's Portugal faces early exit

Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal faces a sobering early FIFA World Cup exit on Friday (AEST) even if the world footballer of the year produces pyrotechnics in its...

Portugal coach Bento will not quit

Paulo Bento will not quit as Portugal coach if it is eliminated from the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Ghana's president personally ordered $US3 million ($3.25 million) in cash to be sent to its 2014 World Cup players in Brazil to settle a pay dispute - but...
Ghana president John Dramani Mahama has vowed to settle a payment row that has been rumbling in the country's national team.
As tough assignments go, world player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo may have met his match at the 2014 World Cup considering the size of the task he faces with...
The Portuguese Football Federation's vice-president Humberto Cuelho remains coy over the future of head coach Paulo Bento.

Gyan fired up for Portugal clash

Asamoah Gyan says Ghana will go 'all out' to win its closing 2014 FIFA World Cup Group G game against Portugal.
Portugal defender Joao Pereira refuted teammate Cristiano Ronaldo's suggestion it lacks quality at the 2014 World Cup.
Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kwesi Nyantakyi has denied any knowledge of alleged attempts to fix his national team's matches.
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has urged his players not to be fixated with stopping Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo in the crunch Group G game on Friday (AEST).
FIFA are looking into media claims over alleged attempts to fix Ghana matches after the country's FA asked police to launch an investigation.

GFA acts on match-fixing sting

Ghana's football association (GFA) says it has called in the police after it was caught up in a match-fixing "sting".
FIFA is investigating a possible racial discrimination case after photographs circulated of fans with blackface makeup at Germany's match against Ghana.
Harrison Afful has pledged that Ghana will aim to match its performance against Germany to try to reach the FIFA World Cup last 16.

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