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BLACK STARS @ AFCON 2019: MUNTARI TO FIGURE FOR EGYPT? ONLY IN GHANA

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In a perfect world, Ghana’s senior national female football team, the Black Queens, would dominate the headlines for their outstanding campaign in the West African Union Championship. The Queens have bagged big wins in Côte d’Ivoire and are on course to succeed in defending their title.

In a perfect world, Ghana’s senior national female football team, the Black Queens, would dominate the headlines for their outstanding campaign in the West African Union Championship. The Queens have bagged big wins in Côte d’Ivoire and are on course to succeed in defending their title.

In a perfect world, the media landscape should be inundated with information regarding the next step for former bantamweight champion Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe, who is at a crucial stage of his career. After back-to-back losses to the Mexican fighter Emmanuel Navarette, Dogboe’s hitherto impressive career could be on the wane.

In a perfect world, Thomas Partey’s rise to win the 44th Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) Awards Sports Personality of the Year honour should inform the present state and immediate future of the Black Stars.

Since bursting on the scene three years ago, Atlético Madrid midfielder Partey has grown to become a key figure in Ghana’s senior national men’s football team. His play over the years strongly suggests the country’s hopes of ending a 37-year wait for the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) ride on his shoulders.