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first_imgThe new member of the Supervisory Board of Levski – Petar Ganev addressed the fans of the team. He expressed his gratitude and announced that he would do everything possible to return the club to where it belongs.Here is what Ganev wrote on his official Facebook page:Thank you all for your support!It is a great honor and responsibility for me to be on the Supervisory Board of PFC Levski I clearly realize that the club is in a very bad condition, but as we are very close to bankruptcy, so we have a unique chance to get our club back and escape from any addictions. I will try to make PFC Levski have a really working Supervisory Board.Go Levski! Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.last_img read more

first_imgThe unavailability of grounds in Region Four, yesterday prevented the third place playoff between Hope Secondary and Friendship Secondary in the Regional Democratic Council (RDC)/Lloyd Britton/Devcon Construction/Regional Executive Officer (REO) Region Four Inter-Secondary Schools knockout competition from being played. The match will now take place today weather permitting.The Everest Cricket Club, which has been the most used venue for the tournament, was the venue for yesterday’s match but the venue was in fact being utilized by the Guyana senior female cricket team for training purposes.The next option, the Lusignan Community Centre Ground, East Coast Demerara, was ruled out since there are no covers at the ground and this is the rainy season. Likewise, the Enmore Community Center, East Coast Demerara was also affected by rainfall coupled with no preparation from the groundsmen.There is hope, however, that the match will be played today as the authorities of the Enmore have already given the assurance that the venue will be ready, weather permitting since it is the only one available.Both Hope and Friendship clawed their way through the inaugural run of the competition and are likely to produce one of the more high scoring matches. The final between Diamond Secondary and Annandale Secondary, which was billed for today, is expected to be played tomorrow.last_img read more

first_imgThe Deaf Football Australia has threatened to drag the Association of Sports for the Disabled of Ghana (ASBOD) to the International Sports Confederation for the Disabled (ISCD) for sanctions after allegations that Ghana sent hearing players to Australia for an international friendly.The Ghana News Agency says the Deaf Football Australia is also demanding USD14,789.00 from Ghana, as refund which covered the cost of Ghana’s contingent in Australia with a deadline fixed for August 14, 2009.A letter sent to the secretariat of ASBOD and signed by Brian Seymour, Secretary of Deaf Football Australia said “I’m writing to inform you that, Deaf Football Australia and its deaf community are very disappointed and disgusted with your organization sending hearing players to an international assignment”.The letter said “the invoice is for expenses for 39 persons who travelled to Australia.”Investigation conducted by the GNA Sports revealed that 25 hearing persons were sent to Australia to represent Ghana instead of the non-hearing persons of the Association.An official of ASBOD who spoke to the GNA Sports on condition of anonymity suspected fraud in the trip that implicates some high profile officials of ASBOD. According to the ASBOD official, the 25 hearing persons who went to Australia were not players but people seeking travelling opportunity. It is believed that each of the 25 hearing persons parted with 4,000 dollars each to get a place on the trip in July.The ASBOD has referred the letter to the National Sports Council (NSC).Source: GNAlast_img read more

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