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The Azonto Quest

Started on 18 June 2013 by KingPadster
Latest Reply on 20 June 2013 by KingPadster
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The Azonto Quest

Don’t fret! Another Man’s Treasure will still continue but I will also be running this story simultaneously.

I would like to give a shout out to neal09, Glenn T and ebEliminator who in a time of end of season/international football have inspired me to create this story. Check out their stories and enjoy mine in the meantime!!!

I will manage…


Capital – Accra
Population – 24 million approx.
World Ranking – 33rd



‘The Black Stars’


Michael Essien

One of Ghana’s best and influential produce

Key Players

Andre Ayew

Super talented and perhaps the star of the show

Kwadwo Asamoah

A very well rounded midfielder that we take great pride in saying represents Juventus regularly

Asamoah Gyan

Gyan is the headline grabber and we will rely heavily on his goalscoring talents


Abedi Pele

Arguably Ghana’s greatest ever, the father of Andre and Jordan Ayew played 63 times for Ghana and scored 33 goals

Stephen Appiah

The former captain played 69 times, scoring 16.

Tony Yeboah

The former Leeds United legend is one of Ghana’s record goalscorers with 29 goals in 39 appearances



They’ve been our nemesis since the day one. We share great moments filled with bragging rights since the beginning of time.

Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast are one of Africa’s leading powerhouse’s and will inevitably compete against us, especially for the African Cup of Nations which both of us want so much.


We were so close to taking the African Cup of Nations but the Egyptians took it right from under our noses. We will be avenged.

Luis Suarez

2010 World Cup, South Africa. Luis Suarez… we will find you!
I was going to boycott this story but then I read that 'Another Man's Treasure' was continuing, so... :P

Brilliant first post, especially the Luis Suarez thing ;) Looking forward to it.
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2013-06-18 17:54#113619 Glenn T : I was going to boycott this story but then I read that 'Another Man's Treasure' was continuing, so... :P

Brilliant first post, especially the Luis Suarez thing ;) Looking forward to it.

Haha. I will seriously find him though!!!
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Marcel Desailly has today been announced as the new manager of the Ghana national team after signing a one year contract.

Desailly, who played 116 times for France, was born in Accra, Ghana and takes over James Kwesi Appiah who has resigned.

The Frenchman enters his first managerial adventure and said that after his enchantment at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, he couldn’t reject.

“This is my homeland and as I player I know I opted for France but I never lost my love for Ghana.

“Ghana was admirable in the World Cup and that enticed my. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to manage them and I cannot wait to add a new chapter to my life.

“This Ghana team is special and we can really put African football on the map.”
Desailly! Nice! Interesting appointment there :)
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Ghana’s all-time best goalscorer Asamoah Gyan has retired from International football following the appointment of Marcel Desailly.

Gyan was Ghana’s star in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa but has hung up the 'Black Stars' shirt to concentrate on club football.

The Ghanaian, now at Al-Ain in the United Arab of Emirates retires less than a fortnight before Ghana’s clash with Uruguay.

Ghana were knocked out of the World Cup by Uruguay after Luis Suarez’s infamous handball incident in which Gyan missed a decisive penalty.

Desailly is reported to have tried to convince him otherwise but to no avail.
Top player, unlucky to lose him Paddy :(
Big loss in Gyan but that'll open up competition now for a starting spot!
Great start mate and glad to see the other story continuing! Will follow this one for sure good luck
Great start! Retirement at 27?! Unfortunate to lose him, best of luck though.
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With the likes of Sulley Muntari and Isaac Vorsah injured, the Ghana squad is as follows…


Richard Kingson, Adam Larsen Kwarasey, George Owu


Lee Addy, Nana Asare, Jonathan Mensah, John Mensah, Samuel Inkoom, John Boye, John Pantsil


Afriye Acquah, Kwadwo Asamoah, Andre Ayew, Emmanuel Badu, Derek Boateng, Michael Essien, Christian Atsu, Quincy Owusu Abeiye, Ishmael Yartey


Jordan Ayew, Waris Majeed
Retiring at 27? :/

Seems like a decent team. Good luck in your first fixture.
We're both doing squad announcements at this time! I'm sure you only play with one forward, so only using two isn't that big a deal. Ghana is a good footballing team and I know you can do good things with them!
That midfield is strong mate
Wow, early retirement! Looking forward to how this turns out.

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