Ghanasoccernet launched a new version of www.ghanasoccernet.com on Wednesday 21 April, exactly 50 days before the 2010 World Cup kicks off in South Africa.
The new design offers a consistent and intuitive user experience with easier navigation.
“We decided to keep the website as simple and plain as possible, to give our readers unobstructed access to the latest soccer news,’ says Kojo Amponsah, the editor of Ghanasoccernet.com.
A fully integrated and constantly updated videos of Ghanaian, African and other players has further enhanced the website.
The provision of live football radio stations across the world also keeps fans up to date with the latest news and interviews from the world of football.
“The addition of live picture feeds, and news on English Football, Spanish, Italian football and world football ensures that it is not only the one-stop shop for Africans for exclusive news but also an avenue to interact with other fans through a new Forum and Comments section of the news pages,’ says Amponsah.
Benedict Papa-Yaw Sarpong, CEO of Ghanasoccernet, said: "The refresh website comes at a critical moment in the development of internet and football news industry in Africa. It is the first step to transforming Ghanasoccernet.com into a much richer and more engaging experience.
“Since Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor helped to launch the website two years ago, we have led the way with breaking news and now we want to provide improved coverage of the World Cup, ongoing and future events.’