Dede Ayew

by: michael eli dokosi /                                    

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All is set for Ghana’s clash with the Cranes of Uganda this afternoon at the Tamale Stadium in a Russia 2018 World Cup Qualifier thanks to the combined efforts of various persons.

There were fears the pitch would not hold up at game time but the involvement of Frank Boahene’s Greengrass Technology with the input of the Estate Manager for the Tamale Stadium has meant the hitherto brown looking pitch now looks green which makes for nice viewing on screens.


Minister for Youth and Sports, Nii Lantey Vanderpuije is also credited with personally getting involved to make sure all goes well.

With the Tamale fans requesting a reduction in ticket prices, Black Stars Deputy Captain, Andre Dede Ayew is reputed to have paid for1000 tickets to be shard to the impoverished who seek to watch the game but cannot afford the GH¢ 10.00 charge for popular stand.


Colleague, Mubarak Wakaso is also reported to have paid for 500 tickets while other players are said to have done same enabling taxi drivers, porters and other youth in the city to get the chance to watch their Stars especially when Fan Clubs of Asamoah Gyan, Dede Ayew, Wakaso and others are vociferous in the city.

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