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Bill Eshun

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About Bill
Bill Eshun is a journalist based in Accra who has passion for telling sports stories via video, audio and online write ups. Bill has passion for African sports. He currently works for Media General Ghana and previously worked at Multimedia Group Limited. He was awarded Exceptional Emerging Sports Journo at the Ghana Sports Excellence Awards in 2023
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Sudan national team goalkeepers' trainer Fatau Dauda is hopeful of guiding the team to a place in Canada, USA and Mexico

25 Jan 2024  |  3News
Fatau Dauda, the goalkeepers' trainer for the Sudan national team, is optimistic about guiding the team to qualify for the 2026 World Cup in Canada, USA, and Mexico. Dauda was invited by Sudan head coach James Kwesi Appiah, whom he had previously worked with, to assist in the World Cup qualifiers. The coaching team, which includes Dauda, Kwesi Appiah, and Ignatius Osei-Fosu, has made a promising start, securing four points from two games and ranking just behind Senegal in Group B. Despite challenges such as working with players who have been out of league football, Dauda is focusing on changing the players' mindset and using his own World Cup experience as motivation. Sudan has never qualified for a World Cup before.

In 2023, Spintex Knights, a basketball franchise set up in Ghana, finished second in a tournament at Nigeria. They also won a special tournament in Ivory Coast a year before. Here is a story about their rise and targets.

Richard Atta is a cyclist who lost his left arm in 2001. Despite his disability, he competed in the 3FM Tour du Ghana competition in 2022.

A story about a 25-year-old orphan who formed an academy in Obuasi in 2021 and a Division Three team in 2023.

Meet Rhyda Ofori, Ghana's Women's cricket team captain who doubles as a single mother. She takes care of her son, teaches students, and sharpens her skills in cricket as well.

Gilbert Ampiah, a 15-year-old is making his mark in Ekumfi Atwa, a village in the Central Region, Ghana. In the last few months, his status has changed from a kid that needs protecting to a high jumper with a high ceiling. Bill Eshun tells his story

At just 11 years of age, Prince Larbie is one of Ghana's biggest boxing prodigies. He aims to become one of the nation's greatest boxers in the future.

Mepe Ladies Football Club, a team in the Volta Region has been affected by the Akosombo Dam Spillage in late 2023 and are struggling to get back on their feet.

Prince Larbie: The 11-year-old boxing prodigy from Ghana

10 Jan 2024  |  3News
The article focuses on the story of Prince Larbie, an 11-year-old boxing prodigy from Ghana. Prince's passion for boxing started at the tender age of three when he accompanied his father to a boxing gym. Since then, he has been actively involved in the sport, fighting in 49 bouts within the juvenile division. The article highlights Prince's journey and aspirations in boxing, as he aims to follow in the footsteps of some of Ghana's greatest boxers and pursue a world title. The story is narrated by Bill Eshun from 3Sports.


04 Jan 2024  |  3News
The article discusses the increase in prize money for the winner of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament. The 2023 winner will receive $7 million, a 40% increase from the $5 million awarded in 2022. The article compares the prize money for the top eight teams in the 2023 tournament to the previous edition in Cameroon, noting a decrease in earnings for quarter-final placed teams. It also tracks the progression of prize money from 2013, highlighting the over 300% increase for the winner's prize money over the decade. The article reflects on Ghana's performance and the significance of the prize money and trophy for the participating nations.

Stanley Nyantakyi: Ashanti Warrior seeks immortality at the world stage

26 Dec 2023  |  3News
Stanley Nyantakyi, an 18-year-old from Kumasi, moved to Accra in 2019 to pursue his dream of becoming a professional boxer. He joined the Bronx Boxing Gym, where he is trained by the veteran Carl Lokko. As an amateur in the featherweight division, Nyantakyi has an impressive record, with seven knockouts in eight fights. His ambition is to win a world title and make a name for himself among the fighters based in Accra. The article, written by Bill Eshun, shares Nyantakyi's journey and aspirations in the boxing world.


07 Dec 2023  |  3News
The article is an advertisement for the upcoming Super Clash soccer match between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko. It highlights the excitement and anticipation surrounding the game, which is known for its thrilling encounters and passionate fans. The match is set to take place at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi, with Hearts of Oak being the home team for this game due to the unavailability of the Accra Sports Stadium. The article suggests that there are key statistics that could predict the outcome of the match, although these statistics are not detailed within the advertisement.

Five things we learned from Black Stars' late win over Madagascar

17 Nov 2023  |  3News
The article discusses the Black Stars' recent victory against Madagascar at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium. Iñaki Williams scored his first goal for the team, securing a win in the final moments of the game. Despite a poor first-half performance and concerns over the team's lineup, particularly the midfield pairing of Salis Samed and Iddrisu Baba, the Black Stars improved in the second half. The article also notes the strong fan support despite previous losses and the surprising selection of Richard Ofori as goalkeeper. The author suggests that the team needs to continue winning to reward the fans' undying support.

The Rise and Fall of a Football Dream: Ashanti Gold's Journey from Glory to Scandal

10 Jul 2023  |  3News
The article recounts the personal story of a young boy from Obuasi, Ghana, who fell in love with football after attending an Ashanti Gold match in 2002. The narrative follows his journey as a fan, witnessing local heroes like Jonathan Mensah and Yaw Annor, and celebrating Ashanti Gold's successes. However, the story takes a somber turn with the recent demotion of Ashanti Gold to the Division Two League due to a match-fixing scandal. The author, Bill Eshun, expresses his heartbreak over the club's indefinite suspension from GFA footballing activities, as decided by the GFA Congress on July 10, 2023. The article highlights the emotional impact of the scandal on fans and the hope for the club's future reinstatement.

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