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Avaldsnes IL midfielder Evelyn Badu wins double at CAF awards

Former Hasaacas Ladies attacker Evelyn Badu and her former teammate Doris Boaduwaa were nominated for the CAF Women awards.

With many Ghanaians routing for them to win, the two strived on their exploits in the last season’s CAF women’s champions league which they finished 2nd.

Badu won the golden boot award in the maiden edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League hosted in Egypt.

The midfielder scored 5 goals in the course of the tournament. Despite her team missing out on the trophy, her performance was one that couldn’t be overlooked.

Evelyn Badu won the CAF Women’s Inter Club player and Young Player of the Year Award.

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Lyrical Joe drops Self ahead of 5th August Vi

Reigning VGMA rapper of the year Lyrical Joe drops a hot tune titled Self ahead of the release of his annual August 5th freestyle.

Lyrical Joe is one of the hottest rap artistes in Ghana and Africa at large.

Click on the link below to download lyrical Joe’s Self

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Profile of Gyakie, a young Ghanaian musician

Gyakie is a Ghanaian young musician. Known in real life as Jackline Achampong. She hails from Bomso in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

Born on 16th December 1998, Ghana was exposed to the music world at the age of 8 when she use to follow her father to the studio. Gyakie got the attention of the Ghana music industry players with her hit song titled Never like this. She is currently signed to Sony Music entertainment.


She the daughter of popular Ghanaian musician Nana Achampong. She hails from Bomso in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. She also happens to be the niece of Legendary Musician Daddy Lumba.

Net worth

Gyakie is a yooung Ghanaian Musician. She has a net worth of $200,000 dollars as at 2022.


Her basic school is not yet known. She completed T.I Ahmadiyya Senior High School in Kumasi. She then did her undergraduate at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). She majored in International business.


She was born into a family of musicians and by age eight, she had started joining her father in the studio. Her first single “Love is Pretty” was released in February 2019 and then went on to release “Never Like This”. She later released a five-track EP, titled Seed in August 2020 which enjoyed massive airplay in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya.

She has signed an international record deal with Sony Music entertainment, RCA Records UK and Sony Music Africa.


She won the 2021 3music awards Emerging Woman of the Year.

She also won the 2022 3music awards Woman of the Year.

She won the 2022 VGMA International Collaboration of the Year with Forever remix with Omah Lay.

Albums and EPs realeased

  • SEED EP (2020)


  • Love is Pretty (2019)
  • Never Like This (2019)
  • Sor Mi Mu feat Bisa Kdei (2020)
  • Forever
  • Forever Remix feat Omah Lay (2021)
  • Vacation
  • Whine
  • Follow You Fiokee, Chike & Gyakie (2021)
  • Something (2022)

Featured on

  • Sheege D-Black ft. Gyakie (2021)
  • Right Here Blaq Jerzee ft Gyakie (2021)
  • Like This Serge Ibaka, Diplo & Gyakie

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Neymar wants to stay at PSG despite rumours over his future

Neymar says he would like to stay at French champions Paris Saint-Germain despite rarely justifying his world record fee of 222 million euros ($236 million) and amid rumours the club would like him to leave.

The 30-year-old Brazilian signed an extension to his contract last year taking him up to 2025.

However, another disappointing season blighted by injury has placed question marks over his future at the Qatari-owned club.

French sports daily L’Equipe claimed in Wednesday’s edition PSG “would not be opposed to Neymar leaving.”

The former Barcelona star – who scored his 100th goal for PSG since he arrived in 2017 in the 5-0 thrashing of Metz last Saturday – said he had not heard the rumours about him possibly leaving the club.

“I have heard no such things thus far but on my side the truth is I want to stay,” he told the Oh My Goal website.

With PSG having persuaded star forward Kylian Mbappe to sign a new contract and snub Real Madrid, they are set to build a side round the French World Cup winner in the hope it finally delivers an elusive Champions League title.

The depature of Brazilian sporting director Leonardo and his probably replacement by the Portuguese Luis Campos is also seen as possibly weakening Neymar’s position at PSG.

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Georgino Wijnaldum on why he stopped using the name Boateng

Netherlands and PSG midfielder Georgino Wijnaldum has voice out on why he stopped using Boateng as his last name.

“I want to put on record that I am now Georginio Wijnaldum, not Georginio Boateng, in fact I have been known as George Wijnaldum for four years now,” the Dutchman said in a 2013 interview, as quoted by Goal.

“Boateng was the name of my former stepfather who is related to retired Dutch footballer of Ghanaian-origin George Boateng.”

He added: “My stepfather gave his surname to me but after he divorced my mother I got the Boateng off my name and took my mother’s name Wijnaldum as my surname.”

“My mother and my original father are Surinamese so people should get it clear.”

Georgino Wijnaldum won the Premier League and Champions League with Liverpool before joining PSG on a free transfer.

The Ligue 1 winner has also been capped 86 times by the Netherlands.

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Manchester City beat Aston Villa to win title on final day

Manchester City won the Premier League for the fourth time in five seasons after a pulsating title race reached a dramatic conclusion as the champions staged an incredible comeback from two goals down to beat Aston Villa 3-2 on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola’s side were teetering on the brink of blowing the title after falling 2-0 behind midway through the second half at the Etihad Stadium.

But Ilkay Gundogan sparked an astonishing City revival as the German midfielder reduced the deficit before Rodri grabbed the equaliser.

Gundogan turned in City’s third goal in the space of five minutes in the 81st minute, triggering wild celebrations and rendering second placed Liverpool’s 3-1 victory against Wolves irrelevant.

City finished with 93 points, one ahead of Liverpool as they ended their rivals hopes of winning an unprecedented quadruple.

On a breathtaking final day, Burnley were relegated as Leeds beat the drop, while Tottenham qualified for the Champions League at the expense of their north London rivals Arsenal.

It was City who hogged the spotlight on a day their fans, who spilt onto the pitch in delight, will never forget.

Guardiola’s men can rightly be called a dynasty after joining Manchester United as the only clubs in the Premier League era to have won four titles in five seasons, with Alex Ferguson’s teams doing it on three separate occasions.

The eighth league title in City’s history is Guardiola’s ninth major trophy since arriving at the club in 2016.

Once again,Manchester City saved the best until last as they edged Liverpool out on the final day of the season for the second time after beating them to the finish line in 2019.

It was 10 years since Sergio Aguero’s famous last-second goal against QPR sealed City’s first title since 1968 and this jaw-dropping success was almost as unlikely.

Guardiola had called on Manchester City’s fans to be “loud, loud, loud” in their bid to retain the crown, but they were stunned into silence in the 37th minute.

Lucas Digne whipped in a cross from the left and Matty Cash got in front of Joao Cancelo to score with a bullet header.

Former Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho doubled Villa’s lead with a cool finish in the 69th minute.

The shell-shocked Guardiola slumped into his seat, but Manchester City would not surrender and Ilkay Gundogan headed them back into contention in the 76th minute.

Rodri’s low strike from the edge of the area two minutes later set up a nerve-jangling finale.

And in the 81st minute, Kevin de Bruyne’s low cross reached Gundogan at the far post and the substitute tapped home to send City into ecstasy.

Having already won the FA Cup and League Cup, Liverpool can still enjoy a memorable season of their own if they beat Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Paris on Saturday.


Liverpool trailed Manchester City by 14 points in January, but Klopp’s side pushed them to the wire, showing the fortitude that earned them the nickname “mentality monsters” from their manager.

Liverpool were rocked after just three minutes when Pedro Neto produced a close-range finish from Raul Jimenez’s cross.

Sadio Mane equalised with a clinical strike from just inside the area after sprinting onto Thiago Alcantara’s pass in the 24th minute.

Mohamed Salah poked Liverpool ahead with six minutes left but by then news of City’s extraordinary recovery had reached Anfield, which was in subdued mood by the time Andrew Robertson scored in stoppage-time.

Tottenham’s 5-0 rout of relegated Norwich secured fourth place at Carrow Road.

Just a few weeks ago, Antonio Conte had insisted it would take a “miracle” for Tottenham to finish in the top four, but the Italian has masterminded a superb run that ends his club’s two-year absence from the Champions League.

Dejan Kulusevski’s 16th minute tap-in from Rodrigo Bentancur’s pass put Tottenham ahead before Harry Kane struck with a diving header in the 32nd minute.

Kulusevski curled a sublime shot into the far corner in the 64th minute and Golden Boot winner Son Heung-min scored in the 70th and 75th minutes.

Tottenham’s victory left north London rivals Arsenal in fifth place despite their 5-1 win against Everton.

Burnley’s six-season stay in the top tier ended with a 2-1 home defeat against Newcastle, with Leeds staying up after a 2-1 win at Brentford.

Leeds started the day below Burnley on goal difference, but the Clarets were beaten by Callum Wilson’s brace, while Jesse Marsch’s team escaped thanks to Raphinha’s penalty and Jack Harrison’s last-gasp strike.

Manchester United lost 1-0 at Crystal Palace, but qualified for the Europa League thanks to West Ham’s 3-1 defeat at Brighton.


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