Tuesday, 29 March 2011

UK High Commissioner to Ghana at Wembley Stadium

The UK High Commissioner to Ghana, Mr Matthew Johnson is encourage about Ghana’s chances of beating England in Tuesday’s historic clash at the Wembley Stadium in London.

He asked Joy FM’s Super Morning Show host Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah that he was “very excited” by the international friendly encounter, which he said has been “long awaited”.

“Genuinely, I think Ghana is going to come up on top,” Mr Johnson stressed diplomatic pronouncements refused to make any impact.

He said that as important people in England three lions against the black 'Stars match, consider that the place for the game speaks volumes of its relevance.

Matthew Johnson hoped it would have a “tremendous impact” there because football is the “number one sport” in the UK.

However, High Commissioner of the England team by the release of five major players, that Ghana would play today in which he said that waiting game is the most intensity can affect the quality was not happy about .

According to the BBC reported that England manager has defended his decision, former Ghana captain Stephen Appiah says that was rude.

Matthew Johnson hoped that the Black Stars players took advantage of absence shall beat their homeland.

“I am surprised [at] the release from the England side; so many of the England players. I would rather say they are going to play into Ghana’s hand.”

Meanwhile, Joy FM's sports editor, said, speaking from London, the mood in England rarely speak about this match a "good" is.

He marked, “May be it is a way of saying, ok, let’s take it easy against Ghana”.

He said usually people including Ghanaian players, and match them at the competition are not happy about the release.

Sunday, 27 March 2011

Stephen Appiah as a special guest at Wembley Stadium

Now Ghana is a former captain, Stephen Appiah as a special guest for Tuesday's historic friendly against England in Wembley stadium.

Ghana Football Association boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi, a former star for the country's national team delegation that Wembley Stadium will play a friendly against England in honor of his name has decided to join.

The former Ghana captain was awarded ‘Ghana Footballer of the Year’ for three consecutive years: 2005, 2006 and 2007.

Appiah player in Turkey this year's award he earned in 2007 for Fenerbah├že played before joining the Series A league giants, Juventus, Bologna, Udinese and Cesena.

GFA decided to reward Appiah for his influence in qualifying Ghana for their first two World Cups.

Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi said emphatically, "Appiah must be part of this historic team, as he played a major role in what the Black Stars has become today".

He added, “We want the other players on the squad to see that when you serve your country with all of your heart that your country will recognise and reward you".

The Black Stars icon just before the historic game in London on Monday, a day will be included in GFA delegation.

Appish said, “The Ghana FA protocol director told me that I am part of the GFA’s delegation to England”.

“I want to thank Mr Nyantakyi, Mr Fred Pappoe my ex-Black Stars team-mates and the people of Ghana for giving me the opportunity," Appiah added.

England's friendly with Ghana on Sunday before leading the 2012 African Nations Cup qualifier in Congo face is set.

the Ghana icon concluded, “Now let’s beat Congo on Sunday, defeat England on Tuesday and Ghana will continue to rise”.

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Wembley Stadium Highlight over Mark Cooper

Darlington boss Mark Cooper is supporters will turn out in numbers for the FA Trophy final against Mansfield in May.

The Quakers confirmed to play at Wembley Stadium thanks to Saturday's 3-2 aggregate victory over Gateshead.

Cooper told BBC Tees, "It's great to take your team to Wembley, and I'm pleased for the chairman".

"The fans will relish what is a really good day out at the new Wembley and we can take a good number of fans there."

Cooper added: "I was nervous all day, from when I woke up at eight o'clock this morning and I'm delighted it's over."

President Raj Singh to promote competition both legs were attendances, and there was a time when business was considering his future at Darlington came in.

Singh said, "We got there in the end, we got the result we came for, I'm proud of them, things are starting to come together for what we're trying to do".

"I was really encouraged last week when we got 4,200 and to say that we've had 2,500 that's absolutely brilliant.

"That tells me it's worth carrying on now, because people are backing us, it's all I wanted to see.

"It's chicken and egg, if the team plays well, the fans keep coming, and they are coming."

Quakers on the back of a 3-2 first round game went into international stadium in Darlington last weekend to win the next deadlock was looking pretty good by Quakers.

Cooper added, "First half I thought we were absolutely rubbish, I had a bit of a go at them at half-time, and rattled a few cages".

"Gateshead were far better than us in the first half, without really creating any clear-cut chances.

"But second half after we rattled a few, they came out and responded really well and we saw it out pretty comfortably."

Monday, 21 March 2011

Michael Liddle missed semi-final at Wembley Stadium

Michael Liddle missed a semi-final in the FA Trophy at the trip Wembley Stadium as Gateshead could not score against Darlington.

Gateshead had a lower overall target as they semifinal second leg on Saturday for the Darlington International Stadium welcomed.

Despite a hard fought competition is not party weekend in the North East derby at Wembley to break the deadlock in their place as a result of cell Quakers can.

Irish under 21 international full Liddle Gateshead, in January this year since the move to start 12th for the party played 90 minutes ..

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Hospitality event opens in the shadow of Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium City a Powerleague five a side football field that England's national team for the house as a major hosting site has opened up a double set. Artificially scene - usually the day and floodlit pitches for football will be used, but a hospitality and events space, companies and brands is available for hire by this year's State of Quintain's Wembley City boss For 35 days will turn to.

Powerleague commercial director Nigel Hargreaves said, "We expect not only Wembley City residents and the surrounding local community to utilise our excellent facilities but also anticipate a strong demand for corporate events and activities from major companies and brands.

"We have invested heavily in this new site to ensure it is a state-of-the-art facility ideally suited to corporate hospitality events which can be heavily branded to suit our sponsorship partners. This is a massive year for Wembley stadium with global events such as the UEFA Champions League final taking place."

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Tony Pulis home advantage at Wembley Stadium

Stoke City Football Club Tony Pulis feels home advantage can take at the Wembley Stadium.

West Ham United take on potter FA quarter-final Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon in a semifinal date with the progress Cup winner.

Pulis hoping that form and condition - hammer against a hard fight, they do tie up the fact that a stadium will benefit by this.

He said, "I think the big difference is that we are playing at the Britannia Stadium. We are unbeaten in our last six games there.

Now we have the chance to play in front of our supporters - West Ham had it very vocal at Upton Park last week, and our place will be rocking on Sunday."

Saturday, 12 March 2011

New Zealand Wants Charity Match With Britain's Olympic Team at Wembley


Preparations for next year's Olympics in London is being started by Britian team as they are confronting against New Zealand at Wembley Stadium in a special fundraising event for the victims of the Christchurch earthquake.

Approval has been already received by David from world governing body FIFA for a "Football for Hope" to support the people affected by the earthquake in Christchurch last month, which killed 166 people with more than 30 still missing.

"FIFA have approved the concept of a 'Football for Hope' match," Chung told the Sunday News in New Zealand.

"Despite the wish to do it quickly in a rush to confirm something, it's going to take a bit of time.

"One thing we've floated is if Great Britain could put an Olympic side out in preparation for the 2012 Games.

"If New Zealand played at Wembley, being conservative, even if you only sold 40,000 tickets [roughly half capacity] at £30 ($66), that's £1.2 million ($2.6 million)."

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Foo Fighters kicked off Wembley Stadium

According to the NME Awards Big Gig that Foo Fighters perform their first large concert on 25 February 2011.

The band kicked off Wembley Stadium from their latest album Wasted Light.

Here revealed his new tracks such as "Rope," "White Limo," and "These Days," as well as back catalog hits "Monkey Wrench," "Generator," "All My Life," and "Pretender."

Dave Grohl said, "It's nice to say we're back. You guys know we've got a new record coming out in a month and a half? There's some songs we'd like to play you off it."