Maxwell Konadu’s Ghana side for Tuesday’s clash against Ethiopia at the African Nations Championship shows four changes from the previous starting line up. Mohammed Sulley, Theophilus Anobaah and Godfred Saka are forced out with injuries while Yahaya Mohammed is however suspended for this fixture. They have been replaced by Paul De-Vries Asare, Latif Mohammed, Francis Morten and Seidu Bancey as Konadu shuffles his team for the final Group C game in Bloemfontein at 17:00 GMT. Asare and Latif earn their first starts after coming off the bench in previous games while Morten and Bancey get to make their tournament debut. Morten has been drafted in to take the place of Saka, who picked up an injury during training on Monday. Ghana, who are pushing a place in the quarter-finals of the tournament exclusive to players based in their home countries. Ghana Line up: Stephen Adams, Francis Morten, Tijani Joshua, Nuru Sulley, Kwabena Adusei, Michael Akuffu, Richard Mpong, Jordan Opoku, Seidu Bancey, Paul De-Vries Asare, Latif Mohammed
January 12, 2020
There are several major changes and many new faces in the expanded B-C cabinet unveiled by Premier Gordon Campbell in Victoria yesterday.However, Colin Hansen remains in finance and takes on the additional job of deputy premier. Mike de Jong is the new attorney general, replacing Wally Oppal, who lost to independent Vicki Huntington in a Delta-South recount following the May 12th election.Former West Vancouver Police Chief Kash Heed becomes solicitor general, while George Abbott shifts from health to aboriginal relations. All those moves could be considered promotions. Sideways moves included Kevin Falcon to health, leaving his old transportation ministry to Shirley Bond who leaves education.- Advertisement -Another rookie, Margaret McDiarmid, is the new Education Minister. There’s no change for Housing Minister Rich Coleman, Forests minister Pat Bell, Environment minister Barry Penner and Energy Minister Blair Lekstrom….Those kicked out of cabinet include Linda Reid, who was in child care and Gordon Hogg who held the mining portfolio.Both John van Dongen and John Les were also dropped in the wake of Mr. van Dongen’s driver’s licence suspension and the Les connection to a probe into Chilliwack land deals.Advertisement More on what this means and doesn’t mean, in this report from CKNW’s Sean Leslie…. [asset|aid=1494|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=a8aba656f5fc2ad10eebbcfc5818f9aa-Soupy’s Cabinet-VCR_1_Pub.mp3]The realignment and especially the expansion of the group during tough economic times, has already drawn criticism from the Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation.