PUMA Football News Archive

Black Stars

June 2011

  • International Round-up

    International Round-up

    June 06, 2011

    Another exhilarating weekend of international football witnessed some fantastic results for PUMA teams, edging several sides closer to European and African Cup of Nations qualification. Here’s our round-up of the biggest fixtures:

June 2010

  • The Black Stars Draw and the Heartbreaking Exit of the Indomitable Lions

    The Black Stars Draw and the Heartbreaking Exit of the Indomitable Lions

    June 19, 2010

    Let's begin with our boys from Ghana. They met an avenge-hungry Australia who, after their 0-4 dismal performance against Germany, stepped out on the pitch ready to show everyone that if were only given a fair chance, they'd prove to the world they belong on this stage. And it started well for the Socceroos as they did what they have never done before in a World Cup and scored the first goal. But Ghana were given a gratis opportunity when Australia, for the second game in a row, had a man sent off and Ghana scored the penalty kick for the second game in a row. All the Black Stars had to do now was to win - the stage was set!

  • We Won for Africa!

    We Won for Africa!

    June 13, 2010

    A perfect penalty kick and boom. The first goal from a forward in this World Cup was made. A quite ecstatic game-hero, Asamoah Gyan, tried to sum it up after the game. "It's not just for Ghana, this victory was for Africa, I hope whole Africa is behind us". Pretty sure they are, Gyan.

  • Ghana's Rising Star

    Ghana's Rising Star

    June 02, 2010

    For those in the know, there's no question that Asamoah Gyan is going to be one of the big names to emerge from the World Cup in South Africa. Earlier this year, the striker fired the Black Stars to the African Cup of Nations final and now he intends to blow apart the defences of Serbia, Germany and Australia in Group E. Laid back as ever when we catch up with him at the Puma Unity Experience in Paris. Gyan talks to PUMAFootball about the great expectations of him, dreams of moving to a big club.

May 2010

  • The Black Stars Show Us How to Sing

    The Black Stars Show Us How to Sing

    May 26, 2010

    The last two days have been a bit cold, but they say that the weather in South Africa is going to be quite similar to this. After all, it's winter there and by cold we're still talking about 20-ish degrees Celsius.

    Sulley Muntari arrived worthy of a newly crowned Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League Champion in his dark sports car at the training ground.

  • Black Stars Amp it Up

    Black Stars Amp it Up

    May 25, 2010

    Morning training in the blistering sun and despite the early hour, PUMAFootball only spotted smiles. However, smiles that are more and more alert.

  • To Paris with Football

    May 24, 2010

    Oui! PUMAFootball have arrived in Paris. With this as a first huge French greeting, we're beyond psyched as we await the mighty Black Stars of Ghana to arrive for their last training camp before they head off to South Africa.

  • Black Stars are Quite Cool

    Black Stars are Quite Cool

    May 24, 2010

    The mighty Black Stars have arrived. Cruising in with their bus surrounded by big, big dudes in black suits we observed from the comfort of a safe distance.

February 2010

  • The Pharaohs Rule Africa. Again.

    The Pharaohs Rule Africa. Again.

    February 01, 2010

    The result was never really in doubt but it was a lot of fun getting here. Egypt beat Ghana 1-0 in the final to secure a record-breaking third Africa Cup of Nations trophy in a row.

    Although the Black Stars raised more than a few eyebrows with their dominating performance tonight, the Pharaohs always had another gear and wily manager Shehata another trick up his sleeve. It was his timely decision to bring on substitute Mohame Gedo that won him the game.