DREAM KILLERS

WHAT KILLS YOUR IDEAS, DREAM DESIRES TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS?? Many good businesses today started from  a dream, a desire or a talent development. But it is common to see young Ghanaian men and women purposely schooling for a particular job.

SHARE WITH ALL READERS HOW YOU ACCOMPLISHED YOUR DREAMS AND BUILT YOUR IDEAS..

YOU CAN ALSO SHARE WITH US THE THINGS THAT KILLED YOUR DREAMS VIA COMMENTS..

Hopefully, all readers would learn from this post. Remember your comments are greatly needed to help someone too.

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LIFE BEFORE AND AFTER A PLAYER’S TRANSFER

Every player dreams to play for a particular team at a point in his career. Football players switch teams during the official transfer window when other teams come calling, loans and free transfers. Some teams sell because the player may not be part of the future plan, or when the player solely wants to trade elsewhere. In any way that it happens, the final decision rests in the hands of the said player.

Final decision to leave a particular team tends to reap blessings or future discontent hence, critical thinking are made before decisions are made. Some players have greatly enjoyed their moves to new teams whiles others wished they could turn the hands of time. Many players just disappeared from the scenes due to a wrong move. Lets get down to some few names

KAKA

BEFORE–The brazillian spent 6 seasons at AC Milan playing 193 games and scoring 70 goals.quite impressive. he won the world player of the year in 2007.

AFTER— Kaka joined madrid in 2009 before Mourinho took over as the manager. He has struggled to find his form after his injury, hence making the less favorite to start games at the Santiago Bernabau. I cannot blame Kaka’s disappearance on injuries but rather the preference of the special one. Mou likes players with the strength of a rugby team player. This would be his 3rd season in the white shirt but has already  lost his fame. The world best must move on and AC Milan should be the best choice again.

SULLEY ALI MUNTARI

BEFORE— The Ghanaian midfielder spent 5 seasons at Udinese before moving to Portmouth in the 07/08 season. He won the FA Cup in the same here when he joined. Muntari was captured in 08 by Mourinho and still serves Inter Milan currently, after his loan at Sunderland was early terminated.

AFTER–The champions league winner played for Mourinho mostly coming on as substitute. From day one i perceived a decline in his career after joining Inter Milan due to the roles Mou preferred to played him on. His tactical indiscipline could only help Mourinho gain fame for himself whiles destroys his own career. He later moved to Sunderland on loan and Steve Bruce had  few from the ghanaian before his loan contract was terminated before maturity. Questions raised if Sunderland fails to snap him though. He is currently with Inter Milan and the last time i checked on him, QPR wanted to snap him….come to think of it, another career under Mourinho

RICARDO QUARESMA

with Quaresma the least said the better

ADEBAYOR

BEFORE–after 3 seasons at Monaco, Ade moved to the emirate and spent another 3 seasons playing 105 times and scoring 46. His playing style was fruit-full due to the emergence of the former arsenal play-maker Cesc Fabregas who later joined his boyhood club this week. His memorable match was against Villareal FC about 3 seasons ago.

AFTER— Ade quit arsenal and joined the money boys Manchester City in 2009 winter window. Ade was not bad at all but city has proved that no player is assured starting role at the Ethihad Stadium. He gradually fell out when other players joined the team. He played 34 times scoring 15 times and that was impressive. he has finally fallen out like the likes of Bellamy, Robinho when they played for them. Later loaned to Real Madrid for half a season and won a medal. He is currently back to city but trust me he cannot get more playing time due to the signing of THE KUN SERGIO AGUERO who has played one game in 30 mins scored 2 goals with 1 assist…huh!!!! doom for ade if he refuses to move on. Monaco or Spurs can help him can back to his form because his name has disappeared for a while after his transfer.. such is life.

GREAT PLAYERS HAVE MOVED THIS SEASON ONCE AGAIN.. I WISH THEM THE BEST

–Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal to Barcelona

–Nuri Sahin to Real Madrid from Dortmund

–De Gea and Asheley Young to Man Utd and not Man U..lol

–Gervinho to Arsenal from Lille

Gud morning.

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Street Named “GHANAIAN WAY IN USA”

History was made in the United States of America on Saturday, June 24 2011, when a local street in New Jersey, was named “Ghanaian Way’. The street was formerly called Victoria Street and that is where Dream African Market is located.

Dream African Market is a local hot spot for many Africans who live in New Jersey. Its Manager is James Ken Kwofie. Victoria Street now, Ghanaian Way is the only street in America officially named after Ghana.

The brain behind the street naming of Ghanaian Way is Council Member Ras Baraka “Oman”. It started during the Ghana-USA soccer match in South Africa, FIFA World Cup 2010 where Ghana beat USA.

Many Dream members who were watching the game started jubilating on the then Victoria St which is now Ghanaian Way.

A squad of Police Officers thought they were having a riot and wanted to arrest them.

Then a phone call was made to the Councilman Baraka who ordered the road to be closed so they can continue jubilating and it happened throughout the night.

Later on the Councilman came to witness what has happened and they decided to name the street; Ghanaian Way.

In attendance to commemorate the naming of the street were, Congressmen Donald M. Payne, The Consul General; Ghana Missions, NY – H.E. Ernest Lomotey, The City of Newark Municipal Council leaders, many chiefs, queen mothers and the general public.

Ghanaians all over the world would hope to see this in various countries too..

Street naming is not something new in the world..Obansanjo Road in Ghana named after the former president of the Republic Of Nigeria is not any different..This tells how Ghanaians abroad are helping raise the name of the beloved country.We all hope to see more of these.

To end it all, i hope there would be a street in UK to be called Nima way pretty soon…lol

You can leave your comments here and tell us other streets you may know with the ghanaian/african origin in the world..