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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Medeama,AshGold,Edubiase wi

Postby Ekow » Tue Dec 18, 2012 5:07 pm

himself wrote:
Ekow wrote:we get mof pass koroko fans?
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of course! abeg, this b no brainer for Ghana football fans


please

koroko fans get mof pass anyone.
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby himself » Wed Dec 19, 2012 1:43 am

Seven games confirmed for live broadcast

Date: 18-Dec-2012

The Premier League Board has confirmed that a total of seven matches will be beamed live on television until the end of the first round of the Glo Premier League.

Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak, Wa All Stars and AshantiGold will feature in two live games apiece.

There is one slot each of live broadcast for matches involving Berekum Arsenals, New Edubiase, Berekum Chelsea, Heart of Lions and Liberty Professionals.

Match Day 12 – 22nd/23rd December, 2012

Gyamfi Park (Sat.22/12/12) - Edubiase vrs AshantiGold

Golden City Park - Chelsea vrs Asante Kotoko


Match Day 13 – 26th December, 2012

Golden City Park - Arsenals vrs Hearts Of Oak


Match Day 14 – 29th/30th December, 2012

Wa (Sat. 29/12/12) - All Stars vrs AshantiGold

Accra Sports Stadium - Hearts Of Oak vrs Medeama


Match Day 15 – 5th/6th January, 2013

Kpando (Sat. 5/12/12) - Lions vrs All Stars

Accra Sports Stadium - Liberty vrs Asante Kotoko



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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby el Padrino » Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:18 am

Abeg Ekow, Kotoko won too, u couldnt fit them in the title? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby kebashorificatious » Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:25 am

REAL TAMALE UNITED FC 2-3 BEREKUM CHELSEA FC

Earlier today, I had the pleasure of watching Real Tamale United FC against Berekum Chelsea FC during Week 11 of the GLO Premier League 2012-2013. The match produced five goals and the away-side drew the longest straw, winning 3-2.

RTU took the lead when Emmanual Kwamena hammered home a free-kick from about 25-30 meters. The ball took an awkward bounce but goalkeeper John Mosi should have done better.

Chelsea reduced the score when the brilliant Richard Kissi Boateng used his pace down the left channel and played a delicate pass to top scorer Latif Salifu who scored from close range. Jordan Opoku gave the away team the lead, hammering home from about 11 meters after good combination play. Abdul Aziz Yusif equalized for RTU. A Chelsea-defender miscalculated a long ball, leaving Yusif alone with goalkeeper Michael Sai. Yusif beat Sai with a cool finish. The winning goal for Chelsea came after beautiful work from Latif Salifu on the left flank. Salifu passed to Mussa Mohammed and the giant striker from Niger hammered the ball in the net, needing two attempts.

Collins Addo was in goal for RTU, playing against his former club. Addo kept RTU in the match with quite a few spectacular saves. It seems likely that RTU will face relegation but Addo, an athletic goalkeeper with good shot stopping ability, belongs at top level of Ghanaian football.

The hard-tackling Saani Mohammed played at left-back while Gordon Yeboah played at right-back. Yeboah had a hard time against the excellent left-side of Berekum Chelsea FC. He was eventually substituted for attacking midfielder Aminu Mohammed, formerly of AshantiGold SC.

The strongman Richard Ocran had a good game at centre-back, playing alongside Evans Odoom. Odoom started his first match of the season. I got a good impression of Ocran who fought hard but struggled with the pacy attackers of Chelsea.

Captain Abdulai Abdul Karim controlled the midfield together with the defensive strongman Mohammed Fuseini. Fatawu Yakubu was substituted for Isaac Blankson after approximately 15 minutes. 10 minutes before full time, Blankson was substituted for a player I think was referred to as “Anars Gani”.

Emmanuel Kwamena played up-front, together with wide-men Abdul Aziz Yusif (born 10.11.1991) and Isaac Twumasi. I had been looking forward to observe Kwamena, a player who was instrumental to the success of RTU last season, when the club won promotion to the GLO Premier League. Kwamena, often attacking from a deep-lying role, played with confidence, trying to do spectacular things with the ball. Most goalkeepers would have saved his free-kick but Kwamena deserves credit for the powerful and accurate shot. Twumasi had a quiet day while Yusif, arguably the best player at RTU, was lively and hard-working, as he always is. Yusif has a lot of quality and is a handful for every defence.

John Mosi started the match in goal for Berekum Chelsea FC. He had a quiet game until lack of consentration and a poor pitch made the youngster concede a simple free-kick goal. Mosi was substituted for Michael Sai, making his top level debut, during half-time. Sai, signed from Nania FC, is a highly regarded goalkeeper with experience from the Ghana U-20 national football team.

Abdul Rashid, formerly of Bechem United FC, made his debut for Berekum Chelsea FC at the left-back. Last season, Rashid had a brilliant time at Bechem United FC, despite facing relegation. Rashid is a tall, powerful full-back with an excellent left-foot, good crosses and one of the longest throws in the GLO Premier League. At right-back, youngster Samuel Kyere (born 06.08.1992) was back in the starting eleven after seven games on the sidelines. Kyere is a modern-style, attacking minded full-back who showed good understanding with key midfielder Solomon Asante at the right-wing. Awudu Nafiu (born 02.12.1989) and Edward Kpodo (born 14.01.1990) played at centre-back while captain Jackson Owusu (born 15.10.1988) shielded the defenders in a defensive midfield role. Nafiu is a rugged defender, strong in the air and hard in the tackles. Kpodo is somewhat more cultured and arguably one of the finest defenders in the league. Owusu is an intelligent player who focuses strongly on his defensive responsibilities. Owusu was substituted for iron-man Yaw Alexander (born 06.01.1987).

Jordan Opoku (born 08.10.1984) was dictating the play from a central midfield role, distributing passes to Richard Kissi Boateng (born 25.11.1988) at the left-wing and Solomon Asante at the right-wing. From my point of view, Boateng was the man of the match. Boateng, formerly of Liberty Professionals FC, has traditionally been regarded as a left-back but as he has a lot of attacking qualities, he has been moved further up the field. Boateng is extremely fast and is also able to run with the ball and dribble at high speed, making him a nightmare to meet in one-on-one situation. At times, he was an absolutely delight to watch. Boateng was involved in two of the goals and has an assist when Latifu scored Chelsea’s first. He often chose to run into the box instead of crossing, which caused a lot of havoc in the RTU defence. Boateng has been picked in the Ghana preliminary squad before the 2013 African Nations Cup. Today, it was easy to see why. At the other side, Solomon Asante had a great game, impressing with his hard work, excellent skills and accurate passes and crosses. Asante is a dead-ball specialist, both from free-kicks and corners. Asante could also be heading for the 2013 African Nations Cup.

Up-front, Chelsea paired Abdul Wahab and Latif Salifu (born 01.08.1990). Salifu has more of a free role, often wandering from the left to the right and picking up the ball deep in midfield. Salifu is one of the fastest players in Ghana and showed a lot of quality, dribbling his way past his markers. Salifu scored his sixth goal of the season and he is the top scorer of the team. Salifu has been on fire since joining Chelsea from Liberty Professionals FC. Wahab, formerly of King Faisal Babes and AZAM FC (Tanzania) created a few chances but never looked as dangerous as Salifu. Wahab was substituted for giant striker Mussa Mohammed who turned out to be the matchwinner. Mohammed, from Niger, played his first match of the season.



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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby kebashorificatious » Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:33 am

27 Nov 2012


A player called Edmund Sakyi has forced his way into the first team of Aduana Stars FC, having played four matches (two from start and two substitute appearances) so far this season. I believe this is the same “Edmund Sakyi”, a defender, that played for Eleven Wise FC in 2008-2009 and Great Olympics in 2009-2010.


* Benjamin Arthur is an exciting prospect at Amidaus Professionals FC. The central midfielder has been ever-present so far this season (eight matches) and earlier this month, Arthur was included in a pre-selection squad of the Ghana B national football team. Arthur was a key member of the team when Amidaus Professionals FC won promotion last season.

* Striker Adjei Selasi of Amidaus Professionals FC has scored two goals in two matches. Selasi scored regularly when Amidaus Professionals FC won promotion last season.

* On 18.11.2012, centre-back Rashid Sumaila (born 18.12.1992) finally made his official debut for Asante Kotoko FC after his transfer from Ebusua Dwarfs. In the following match, on 25.11.2012 against Tema Youth FC, the powerful defender scored his first goal for the Porcupine Warriors. Asante Kotoko FC currently has four quality central defenders fighting for the two starting places; Sumaila, Kwabena Adusei (born 03.06.1987), Henry Ohene Brenya (born 04.05.1985) and Smallboy Korbah. Personally, I think Adusei and Sumaila will be preferred as the season goes by.

* It is impossible to write about football in West Africa without making mistakes. I have previously written that Kwadwo Poku of Heart of Lions FC is the “strong winger / striker [born 05.05.1985]who played professionally at FC Midtjylland (Denmark)”. Unfortunately, I jumped to this conclusion when I saw Poku enter the match between Asante Kotoko FC and Heart of Lions FC on 21.10.2012. Kwadwo Poku of Heart of Lions FC is in fact a young midfielder, born 01.12.1993, and a former reserve team captain of Asante Kotoko FC. Poku has so far played four matches for his new club (two from start and two substitute appearances).

* I believe that Felix Baffour of AshantiGold SC is the former centre-back of Medeama SC, born 12.10.1991. Baffour has played three matches for his new club so far this season.

* Before the season, AshantiGold SC signed Abdul Karim Yusif, sometimes referred to as “Karim Yusif”, from Wassaman United FC. Yusif, primarily a left-back, has played five matches so far this season.

* What is wrong at Berekum Chelsea FC? The ambitious side shockingly lost 4-1 to Ebusua Dwarfs on 25.11.2012 and they have not looked very sharp so far this season. My theory is that the club is missing midfield general Mohammed Abdul Basit (born 19.01.1986). Basit, who captained the side last season, has only played one match this season and has been on the bench in three. I don’t know what has happened to the hard-working, disciplined midfielder but he could be suffering from injuries or a loss of form. I have seen Berekum Chelsea FC quite a few times the last couple of seasons and Basit has been a major influence in the middle of the park. Currently, the midfield of Berekum Chelsea FC is being run by Solomon Asante – the mercurial midfielder who played a couple of friendly matches for Burkina Faso before he made his full international debut for Ghana earlier this year.

* Ebusua Dwarfs is having a fairytale start to the new season, mostly because of smartness during the the pre-season transfer window. Dwarfs signed three players from the prominent Unistar Soccer Academy; right-back Christopher Bonney, midfielder Ricky Adjei Mensah (born 01.02.1992) and versatile attacker Francis Attuquaye.

The pacy Bonney has been brilliant at right-back, impressing with overlapping runs and pin-point crosses. Mensah has been ever-present so far, dictating the play from his central midfield role. Some of the qualities of Mensah can be viewed in this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b4M_raLif0&feature=plcp.

Attuquaye has started four matches and made one substitute appearance. On 25.11.2012, he scored two goals against the strong Berekum Chelsea FC. Some of his qualities can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcPwcwyXuVA

Other smart signings include left-back / left-winger Francis Morton from Liberty Professionals FC and defender Vincent Atingah.

* Ebusua Dwarfs has signed Guinean goalkeeper Adama Koné, formerly of Stella Club in Ivory Coast. Koné has been on the bench during the last three matches of the club.

* I am not sure but I believe the striker called “Sheriff Deo” or “Sherif Doe” at Heart of Lions FC is big striker Sherif Deen Mohammed (born 20.06.1986), formerly of CR Belouizdad (Algeria).

* On 25.11.2012, Romeo Agban made his debut for Hearts of Oak SC. Agban, who played for Great Olympics during the GLO Premier League 2009-2010, is an attacking midfielder with a lot of creativity.
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby Ekow » Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:55 pm

Referees announced for weekend's matches

Date: 21-Dec-2012












The Referees Committee of the Ghana Football Association has announced the list of match officials for the weekend games in the Glo Premier League.

Below is the list of referees and assistants for match-day-12 on Saturday and Sunday.


Saturday, December 22

Match: Edubiase vs. AshantiGold

Venue: Gyamfi Park

Referee: Reginald Lathbridge

Assistant 1: David Agyin

Assistant 2: Frank Bossman

4th Official: David Kumah


Sunday, December 23/b>

Match: Hearts of Oak vs. Aduana

Venue:Accra Sports Stadium

Referee: Ernest Baafi

Assistant 1: Richard Appiah

Assistant 2: Kennedy Bentil

4th Official: Eku Boateng


Match: Tema Youth vs. Heart of Lions

Venue: Tema Stadium

Referee: Theresa Bremansu

Assistant 1: Samuel O. Boateng

Assistant 2: Ben Samari

4th Official: Sylvester Adzoku


Match: Dwarfs vs. Amidaus

Venue: Robert Mensah Stadium

Referee: Seidu Bomison

Assistant 1: Tanko Ganiyu

Assistant 2: Alhassan Yahaya

4th Official: S.B. Bortey


Match: Wa All Stars vs. Liberty

Venue: Wa Park

Referee: O.B. Amankwah

Assistant 1: Joseph Sey

Assistant 2: Benjamin Cudjoe

4th Official: Daniel Dorgbetor


Match: Berekum Chelsea vs. Kotoko

Venue: Golden City Park

Referee: Jonathan Tetteh

Assistant 1: David Laryea

Assistant 2: Ashitey Armah

4th Official: Nuhu Liman


Match: Medeama vs. Arsenals

Venue: T&A Park

Referee: Daniel Offei

Assistant 1: Lawrence Antwi

Assistant 2: Abraham Jackson

4th Official: Uriah Glah


Match: King Faisal vs. RTU

Venue: Baba Yara Stadium

Referee: Wonder Dakudzi

Assistant 1: Michael Agbenuzah

Assistant 2: Paul Atimaka

4th Official: J.A. Amenya








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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby Ekow » Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:04 am

Preview: Hearts, Kotoko face pre-X'mas test

Date: 21-Dec-2012







Even before Christmas comes, Premier League Clubs will be looking to improve their lot before the festive period really gets underway.

The Glo Premier League continues this weekend with match-day-12 fixtures as the chase for top places and the struggle to beat the drop raises the competitive bar.

Only one game comes off on Saturday as AshantiGold, after sacking coach Yaw Acheampong target recovery when they travel to the Gyamfi Park to meet rivals, New Edubiase in the Adansi derby.

The pain of losing back-to-back will pile the pressure on Hearts of Oak who welcome leaders, Aduana Stars to the Accra Sports Stadium.

With a host of player clear-outs sanctioned by David Duncan, the Phobians will be trying to justify their coach's faith and give their him a far better performance than the results showed from their last two games.

Reigning Ghana champions, Asante Kotoko are still unbeaten but are not convincing this term. They travel to the Golden City Park in the weekend's top-liner against Berekum Chelsea.

After their late revival against Wa All Stars in Kumasi where they scored three times in five minutes to win 3-1, the Porcupine Warriors' unbeaten run in eleven games makes them hard to beat but they could crumble before a star-studded Chelsea side, who are sitting third on the table.

Medeama, who have fallen two points off the top will want to close the gap as they have to contest relegation threatened Berekum Arsenals for all three points at their favourite T&A Park.

Prof. E.K. Mintah's second-placed Ebusua Dwarfs have enjoyed a good run of form but they are in for tricky battle when Amidaus Professionals arrive at the Robert Mensah Stadium.

Liberty Professionals are chasing a top-four place but a trip to the Upper West Region where they clash with All Stars in Wa could be a difficult task for George Lamptey's Dansoman-side.

At the Tema Stadium, Tema Youth, who were this week hit with a fine totaling GH¢13,000 for misconduct by their officials will be seeking to put the disciplinary matters on one side and tackle Heart of Lions for the three points.

The Baba Yara Stadium will complete an intriguing fixture list when King Faisal play bottom team, Real Tamale United, who are still winless.



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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby Ekow » Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:06 am

Chelsea handed fine for supporters' misconduct

Date: 20-Dec-2012








Misconduct by Supporters of Berekum Chelsea in their Glo Premier League match against Hearts of Oak in Berekum on 24th October, 2012.


FINDINGS

The Committee duly finds Berekum Chelsea FC guilty as charged for misconduct of supporters contrary to Article 35(3) and 35(4) of the Regulations of the Ghana Football Association. The supporters led by their chairman and an ardent supporter called AZIGIZA forcefully prevented players of Hearts of Oak from praying at the centre circle and also sprinkled some liquid there prior to the start of the match at the Golden City Park.

DECISION:

Berekum Chelsea FC is therefore fined GH¢ 5,000.00 for the misconduct of the Club's supporters.



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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby Ekow » Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:06 am

Tema Youth officials fined GH¢13,000 in total

Date: 20-Dec-2012
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Misconduct of club official, James Lamina, who went into the match officials dressing room and issued death threats on the referee contrary to Article 39 (7a) of the Regulations of the Ghana Football Association.

Misconduct of club official, Wilfred Kwaku Osei, went into the match officials dressing room with insults and threats and accused the match officials of taken money from Chelsea to cheat Tema Youth contrary to Article 39 (7a) of the Regulations of the Ghana Football Association.

Misconduct of club official, Prince Owusu, rushed onto the pitch at the end of the first half and rained insults on the referee for taking some bad decisions against Tema Youth contrary to Article 39 (7a) of the Regulations of the Ghana Football Association.

FINDINGS

While we find several inconsistencies in the defence put up by Mr. James Lamina, the Operations Assistant, the evidence points to the fact that both he and his Club President did intrude on the privacy of the Match Officials during recess and the motive for that action could not have been benign especially, as Mr Wilfred Osei himself claims to have addresses the Referee at the top of his voice. Simpliciter, Club Officials are not permitted under the Rules and Ethics of Association Football to approach Match Officials' dressing room during recess. It is our outmost belief that the conduct exhibited by the two accused Club officials constituted misconduct under the GFA Regulation 39(7)(a).

By his own admission, Mr Prince Owusu, the Technical Director invaded the field to accost the Referee, a demonstration frowned upon by GFA Regulation 39(7)(a). We therefore, do not hesitate to find him guilty as charged.

DECISION:

On the basis of the above findings, the Committee decided as follows:

a. Mr Prince Owusu, the Technical Director is fined GH¢ 3,000.00 in line with GFA Regulation 39(7)(a).

b. Mr Wilfred Osei, the President is fined GH¢ 5,000.00 in line with GFA Regulation 39(7)(a).

c. Mr James Lamina, the Operations Assistant is fined GH¢ 5,000.00 in line with GFA Regulation 39(7)(a).



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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Dwarfs,Chelsea win

Postby Ekow » Tue Dec 25, 2012 5:04 am

GLO Premier League:

Standings after Match Day 12

Head-to-head Rule Applies

Position P W D L GF GA GD PTS
1 Berekum Chelsea 12 7 3 2 16 9 7 24
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2 Aduana Stars 12 6 5 1 13 6 7 23
3 Medeama SC 12 7 2 3 14 8 6 23
4 Dwarfs 12 6 3 3 14 9 5 21
5 Kotoko 12 4 7 1 11 7 4 19
6 AshGold 12 4 5 3 12 10 2 17
7 Amidaus Profs. 12 4 5 3 14 13 1 17
8 Heart of Lions 12 4 4 4 11 12 -1 16
9 Faisal 12 4 3 5 8 9 -1 15
10 Edubiase FC 12 4 3 5 11 14 -3 15
11 Liberty 12 4 3 5 8 10 -2 15
12 Wa All Stars 12 3 4 5 12 13 -1 13
13 Hearts of Oak 12 3 4 5 16 18 -2 13
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14 Tema Youth 12 2 6 4 11 10 1 12
15 Arsenals 12 1 5 6 6 15 -9 8
16 RTU 12 0 4 8 9 22 -13 4
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Chelsea,Amidaus,Medeama win

Postby Ekow » Tue Dec 25, 2012 5:11 am

Match Day 12 Results


SATURDAY 22 DECEMBER 2012
NEW EDUBIASE 1 - 1 ASHANTI GOLD SC
SUNDAY 23 DECEMBER 2012
KING FAISAL BABES 1 - 0 RTU
MEDEAMA SC 3 - 0 BEREKUM ARSENAL
BEREKUM CHELSEA 2 - 0 ASANTE KOTOKO
WA ALL STARS 1 - 0 LIBERTY PROFESSIONALS
EBUSUA DWARFS 0 - 2 AMIDAUS PROFESSIONALS
TEMA YOUTH 0 - 1 HEART OF LIONS
HEARTS OF OAK 1 - 1 ADUANA STARS
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Chelsea,Amidaus,Medeama win

Postby Ekow » Tue Dec 25, 2012 10:36 pm

Referees named for Boxing Day matches

Date: 24-Dec-2012








The Referees Committee of the Ghana Football Association has announced the list of officials for the Boxing Day matches in the Glo Premier League.

Below is the list of referees and assistants for match-day-13 on Wednesday.


Wednesday, December 26

Match: Asante Kotoko vs. RTU

Venue: Baba Yara Stadium

Referee: Otis Oppong

Assistant 1: Suleman Abudu

Assistant 2: D.V. Fugah

4th Official: Yaw Ametepe


Match: Liberty vs. Chelsea

Venue: Carl Reindorf Park

Referee: Ali Musah Plato

Assistant 1: T.O. Kamkam

Assistant 2: Richard Kotey

4th Official: Cecil Flescher


Match: Amidaus vs. Wa All Stars

Venue: Tema Stadium

Referee: William Agbovi

Assistant 1: Alex Anning

Assistant 2: Isaac Boadi

4th Official: Delight Alorbu


Match: AshantiGold vs. Dwarfs

Venue: Len Clay Stadium

Referee: Samuel Sukah

Assistant 1: S.V. Hammond

Assistant 2: Kofi Asare

4th Official: Awal Mohammed


Match: Heart of Lions vs. Edubiase

Venue: Kpando Park

Referee: Sumaila Ibrahim

Assistant 1: E.B. Baiden

Assistant 2: Michael Asare

4th Official: Daniel Laryea


Match: Aduana vs. Tema Youth

Venue: Agyemang Badu Park

Referee: John Atikese

Assistant 1: Ibrahim Adams

Assistant 2: Issaka Alhassan

4th Official: Alex Akugre


Match: Arsenals vs. Hearts of Oak

Venue: Golden City Park

Referee: Vincent Otoo

Assistant 1: Effah Tetteh

Assistant 2: Isaac Egyan

4th Official: Samuel Gyasi


Match: Medeama vs. King Faisal

Venue: T&A Park

Referee: A.B. Mohammed

Assistant 1: Michael Geli

Assistant 2: Robert Dodoo

4th Official: Fred Andoh



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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Chelsea,Amidaus,Medeama win

Postby Ekow » Wed Dec 26, 2012 6:09 am

Preview: Unhappy Kotoko look for festive cheer

Date: 25-Dec-2012








Two relegation sides could mar the already blighted Premier League festive season for Ghana's two traditional sides, Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak on Boxing Day.

Struggling Real Tamale United, who are sitting at the foot of the table and still winless take on Kotoko, who were finally beaten over the weekend in the Glo Premier League after 11 matches.

Both sides will meet at the Baba Yara Stadium with Kotoko looking for a quick response while RTU attempt to win their first game to bring an end to their poor run.

Last from bottom, Berekum Arsenals host David Duncan's Hearts of Oak side.

The Phobians are winless in the last four outings and are even closer to the relegation zone, a point and a place above the bracket ahead of their visit to the Golden City Park.

At the top, Berekum Chelsea have the chance to hold onto their place if they get all three points from the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman when they meet Liberty Professionals.

With a draw over the weekend, costing Aduana Stars the summit, the Dormaa side could continue the chase for the top if they can pull a win over Tema Youth at home.

Elsewhere, Medeama look to build on Sunday's impressive win at home and push on from third place when they host King Faisal at the T&A Park.

Battered by Amidaus, Ebusua Dwarfs will try to put behind them that 2-0 home loss and head to the Len Clay Stadium determined to get a result against AshantiGold.

With the competition's top scorer Yahaya Mohammed in their fold, Amidaus Professionals will fill very confident of handing Wa All Stars defeat when both sides square off in Tema.

And finally, Heart of Lions host New Edubiase at Kpando Park.



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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Chelsea,Amidaus,Medeama win

Postby Ekow » Thu Dec 27, 2012 3:51 pm

Match Day 13 Results

Asante Kotoko 3 - 2 Real Tamale United
Liberty Professionals 5 - 1 Berekum Chelsea
Amidaus Profs. 2 - 2 Wa All Stars
AshantiGold FC 2 - 1 Dwarfs
Heart of Lions 1 - 0 Edubiase FC
Aduana Stars 1 - 0 Tema Youth
Arsenals 2 - 2 Hearts of Oak
Medeama SC 0 - 0 King Faisal
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Kotoko,Liberty win

Postby Ekow » Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:02 pm

GLO Premier League:

Standings after match Day 13

Head-to-head Rule Applies

Position P W D L GF GA GD PTS
1 Aduana Stars 13 7 5 1 14 6 8 26
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2 Medeama SC 13 7 3 3 14 8 6 24
3 Berekum Chelsea 13 7 3 3 17 14 3 24
4 Kotoko 13 5 7 1 14 8 6 22
5 Dwarfs 13 6 3 4 15 11 4 21
6 AshGold 13 5 5 3 14 11 3 20
7 Heart of Lions 13 5 4 4 12 12 0 19
8 Amidaus Profs. 13 4 6 3 16 15 1 18
9 Liberty 13 5 3 5 13 11 2 18
10 Faisal 13 4 4 5 8 9 -1 16
11 Edubiase FC 13 4 3 6 11 15 -4 15
12 Wa All Stars 13 3 5 5 14 15 -1 14
13 Hearts of Oak 13 3 5 5 18 20 -2 14
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14 Tema Youth 13 2 6 5 11 11 0 12
15 Arsenals 13 1 6 6 8 17 -9 9
16 RTU 13 0 4 9 10 25 -15 4
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Kotoko,Liberty win

Postby Ekow » Fri Dec 28, 2012 3:27 pm

Match officials named for weekend's games

Date: 28-Dec-2012












The Referees Committee of the Ghana Football Association has announced the list of officials for the penultimate round of matches for the first round in the Glo Premier League.

Below is the list of referees and assistants for match-day-14 on Saturday and Sunday.


Saturday, December 29

Match: Wa All Stars vs. AshantiGold

Venue: Wa Park

Referee: Charles Nii Tagoe

Assistant 1: E.O. Ankrah

Assistant 2: Bernard Asare

4th Official: Desmond Abbey


Match: RTU vs. Liberty

Venue: Baba Yara Stadium

Referee: Prince Tawiah

Assistant 1: E.T. Allotey

Assistant 2: Abu Williams

4th Official: Kyeremeh Yeboah


Sunday, December 30

Match: Chelsea vs. Amidaus

Venue: Golden City Park

Referee: Cecil Flescher

Assistant 1: Ben Vormawor

Assistant 2: Gordon O. Boateng

4th Official: Reginald Lathbridge


Match: Dwarfs vs. Heart of Lions

Venue: Robert Mensah Stadium

Referee: Joseph Lamptey

Assistant 1: David Laryea

Assistant 2: F.D. Ocansey

4th Official: E.R. Biney


Match: Edubiase vs. Aduana

Venue: Gyamfi Park

Referee: Solomon Mordey

Assistant 1: J.B. Smith

Assistant 2: Sylvester Bonuedi

4th Official: Sylvester Adzoku


Match: Tema Youth vs. Arsenals

Venue: Tema Stadium

Referee: Awal Mohammed

Assistant 1: Fred Odonkor

Assistant 2: Eric Nanterie

4th Official: Samuel Sukah


Match: Hearts of Oak vs. Medeama

Venue: Accra Sports Stadium

Referee: Amofa Sarkodie

Assistant 1: A.S. Malik

Assistant 2: Osman Quedraogo

4th Official: Emmanuel Daily-Gagba


Match: King Faisal vs. Asante Kotoko

Venue: Baba Yara stadium

Referee: David Kumah

Assistant 1: Eric O. Mensah

Assistant 2: Emmanuel Baah

4th Official: Ali Musah Plato








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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Kotoko,Liberty win

Postby Ekow » Fri Dec 28, 2012 5:06 pm

Preview: Hearts could be pushed into relegation zone

Date: 28-Dec-2012












Though attention will be on the long title race this weekend, the final Glo Premier League games of 2012 would also focus on the relegation scrap.

Both ends of the table continue to produce interesting twists and turns and the dramatic last weekend is expected to be no different from the start of the league.

The competition heads into the penultimate stage of the first round with matches on Saturday and Sunday.

Two fixtures will come on Saturday as Wa All Stars who are struggling to move clear of the bottom ranks of the table welcome AshantiGold to the Wa Park.

The Blues, at home will be challenging for all three points while a win for the Miners could lift them into the top four before the next day matches.

Real Tamale United sitting at the foot of the table and winless in 13 matches could steal a win finally at the Baba Yara Stadium against Liberty Professionals who were 5-1 winners over Berekum Chelsea on Boxing Day.

On Sunday, Hearts of Oak who are two points clear of the drop could be sent into the relegation zone if they fail to win their last league match before the turn of the year.

The Phobians winless in their last five consecutive games meet with Medeama at the Accra Sports Stadium and defeat could push them down.

New Edubiase will host leaders Aduana Stars at the Gyamfi Park while Chelsea entertain Amidaus Professionals at the Golden City Park.

The Kumasi derby will see Asante Kotoko attempt to continue their climb up the table when they battle King Faisal.

Tema Youth caught up in the relegation fight will take on Berekum Arsenals at the Tema Stadium.

After two successive defeats, Ebusua Dwarfs will try to get it right when Heart of Lions comes visiting at the Robert Mensah Stadium.








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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Kotoko,Liberty win

Postby Ekow » Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:14 am

Match Day 14 Results

Hearts of Oak 1 - 3 Medeama SC
Tema Youth 2 - 0 Arsenals
Edubiase FC 1 - 0 Aduana Stars
Dwarfs 0 - 0 Heart of Lions
Berekum Chelsea 0 - 1 Amidaus Profs.
King Faisal 1 - 1 Asante Kotoko
Wa All Stars 0 - 1 AshantiGold FC
Real Tamale United 1 - 1 Liberty Professionals
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Kotoko,Liberty win

Postby Ekow » Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:15 am

GLO Premier League:

Standings after Match Day 14

Head-to-head Rule Applies

Position P W D L GF GA GD PTS
1 Medeama SC 14 8 3 3 17 9 8 27
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2 Aduana Stars 14 7 5 2 14 7 7 26
3 Berekum Chelsea 14 7 3 4 17 15 2 24
4 Kotoko 14 5 8 1 15 9 6 23
5 AshGold 14 6 5 3 15 11 4 23
6 Dwarfs 14 6 4 4 15 11 4 22
7 Amidaus Profs. 14 5 6 3 17 15 2 21
8 Heart of Lions 14 5 5 4 12 12 0 20
9 Liberty 14 5 4 5 14 12 2 19
10 Edubiase FC 14 5 3 6 12 15 -3 18
11 Faisal 14 4 5 5 9 10 -1 17
12 Tema Youth 14 3 6 5 13 11 2 15
13 Wa All Stars 14 3 5 6 14 16 -2 14
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14 Hearts of Oak 14 3 5 6 19 23 -4 14
15 Arsenals 14 1 6 7 8 19 -11 9
16 RTU 14 0 5 9 11 26 -15 5
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Re: 2012/2013 Glo Premier League:Aduana,Kotoko,Liberty win

Postby Ekow » Sat Mar 02, 2013 6:13 am

Preview: Hearts can pile the pressure on Medeama

Date: 02-Mar-2013








The Glo Premier League will continue on Sunday with six matches lined up for match-day-17 as Asante Kotoko and New Edubiase turn to continental football.

Matches involving both Kotoko and Edubiase have been rescheduled to March 20 but the rest of the pack will be in action in their quest for points and positions on the table.

Sunday's key matches is expected to influence events at the top and bottom of the table.

All eyes will be on the happenings at the T&A Park, where leaders, Medeama engage relegation 'candidates' for now, Hearts of Oak.

Medeama, who have a 3-point lead at the top of the table will be seek to consolidate their lead while the Phobians, lying 14th attempt to push out of the bottom three.

Defeat to Medeama will see David Duncan's side further distant from the top but a win for the Phobians will turn the heat on the Tarkwa side.

At the Tema Park this weekend, Amidaus Professionals and Berekum Chelsea clash in the race for a top-four placing and possibly the title.

Only one point separates both sides as the league's surprise package, Amidaus, sit fourth on the table ahead of Chelsea, who are lying sixth.

AshantiGold will continue forcing their way into the top four, but they need to overcome Wa All Stars, who were largely inconsistent in the first round when the Blues visit them at the Len Clay Stadium.

Fifth-placed Ebusua Dwarfs will travel to the Kpando Park as guest of Heart of Lions.

After opening their second round campaign with a four-goal rout against Medeama, lots will be expected from Tema Youth when they visit the Golden City Park to pay second from bottom, Berekum Arsenals.

Winless and five points to their credit after 16 matches, Real Tamale United prop up fifteen other sides on the table as they make the trip to the Carl Reindorf Park to face Liberty Professionals.

It's a season that the Tamale-based side have remained poor and unconvincing. Perhaps, their revival might start far away from home and against, Liberty.
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