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Postby Ekow » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:36 pm

DOL play-offs postponed to next Wednesday
07 August, 2012

The Ghana Football Association has postponed the start date for the Division One League play-offs.

A statement today announced that that promotion league for the three zones of four teams each will commence on Wednesday 15th August and not 12th August, 2012.

"The Division One League Board wishes to inform all Clubs participating in the 2011/2012 Zonal Middle League that, due to the funeral of the late President H. E. Prof. Evans Atta Mills, the Zonal Middle League originally scheduled to commence on 12th August, 2012 would now be played on Wednesday 15th August, Sunday 19th and Wednesday, 22nd August, 2012," a GFA statement said.



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Postby Ekow » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:24 pm

Division One: Zone II play-off league suspended
13 August, 2012

The Division One League promotion play-off in Zone II has been suspended to allow for the replay of a league match.

Teams competing in the promotion league in Zone II were scheduled to commence the campaign on Wednesday 15th August, 2012.

But an Appeals Committee ruling has sanctioned a replay of the Zone 2B league fixture between Eleven Wise and Tarkwa United.

"The Ghana Football Association wishes to inform clubs from Zone 2 participating in the 2011/2012 Zonal Middle League that the Zone 2 middle league has been suspended due to the decision of the Appeals Committee for a replay of the Zonal League match between Eleven Wise and Tarkwa Utd. F.C.

"A new date would be communicated for the Middle League," a GFA statement said.



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Postby kebashorificatious » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:51 pm

looks like most of the football is being played on the green table in that azaa league


there is a need to dramatically improve that league.... so so appeals and discplinary committee decisions, etc...

Any plans by ther GFA to make the Polytank league looks more competitive? I feel sorry for the sponsors (Polytank) self.
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Postby kebashorificatious » Thu Aug 16, 2012 7:26 am

good start for RTU at the Baba Yara: RTU 2-1 Bazooka

Bofoakwa 0-1 Unity.



I think one of the BA teams will make it, but RTU is on track.
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Postby Ekow » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:38 pm

R.T.U, King Solomon record wins in play-offs

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Real Tamale United hopes of a making a quick return to the Premier League got off to a good start in the play-offs on Wednesday with a 2-1 win over Bazooka F.C at the Baba Yara Stadium.

The match-day-1 result puts the former premiership campaigners in the lead by a better goal difference in the Zone 1 promotional league ahead of Unity F.C who beat Bofoakwa Tano 1-0 Bekwai.

Salim Sakara's goal handed R.T.U the win as they now prepare to play Bofoakwa next.

R.T.U scored first through Aziz Yusif but Razak Patrick equalised for Bazooka before Sakara scored the match winner.

At the Bekwai Park, Isaac Neequaye's 86th minute goal secured all three points for Unity F.C against Bofokwa Tano.

In the Zone III matches, it was honours even in the fixture between Amidaus and Instanbul at the Gyandu Park allowing King Solomon to go top in the group following their 1-0 win at the Robert Mensah Stadium over Danbort.

Timothy Darbah's opener for Instanbul was cancelled out by Amidaus' Emmanuel Morgan.

King Solomon strolled to an opening day win courtesy Ishmael Obodai's goal.

The winners after three rounds of matches from every group make it to the topflight league.

Opening day results:

Zone I

Match Day I – August 15, 2012

R.T.U 2-1 Bazooka - Baba Yara Stadium
Bofoakwa 0-1 Unity FC – Bekwai Park


Zone III

Match Day I – August 15, 2012

Amidaus 1-1 Instanbul - Gyandu Park
Danbort 0-1 King Solomon – Robert Mensah Stadium








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Postby Ekow » Thu Aug 16, 2012 2:11 pm

Current Standings

Zone 1

RTU 3 pts
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Unity FC 3 pts
Bazooka 0 pts
Bofoakwa 0 pts


Zone 3

King Solomon 3 pts
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Amidaus 1 pt
Instanbul 1 pt
Danbort 0 pts
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Postby Ekow » Thu Aug 16, 2012 2:12 pm

kebashorificatious wrote:good start for RTU at the Baba Yara: RTU 2-1 Bazooka

Bofoakwa 0-1 Unity.



I think one of the BA teams will make it, but RTU is on track.


i tip RTU and Amidaus for now
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Postby himself » Sat Aug 18, 2012 9:56 pm

Promotion push heads into match-day-2
The second day of matches in the Division One League play-offs could be the defining moment for clubs who won their opening day fixtures.

For teams like Real Tamale United, Unity F.C and King Solomon, a good result in their respective zones on Sunday will place them in a good position of booking their places in the up-coming Premier League season.

R.T.U after winning their first game travel to the Bekwai Park to meet Bofoakwa Tano, who need a win to enhance their chance of qualification from Zone 1.

Bazooka also need victory when they welcome Unity F.C. to the Baba Yara Stadium or bid the premiership dreams goodbye.

In Zone III, King Solomon will attempt to maintain their winning start with a clash against Instanbul at the Tema Stadium while Amidaus after drawing their opener take on Danbort F.C in Cape Coast.

The winners after three rounds of matches from every group make it to the topflight league.

Fixture and dates for match-day-2:

Zone I

Match Day 2– August 19, 2012

R.T.U v Bofoakwa - Bekwai Park
Bazooka v Unity FC - Baba Yara Stadium


Zone III

Match Day 2– August 19, 2012

Amidaus v Danbort - Robert Mensah Stadium
Instanbul v King Solomon - Tema Stadium



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Postby Ekow » Mon Aug 20, 2012 2:44 pm

R.T.U and Unity go head-to-head for premiership slot

Date: 19-Aug-2012












The final day clashes in the Division One League play-offs will determine which two sides qualify to to the Premier League.

Former premiership side, Real Tamale United and Unity F.C. will go head-to-head in Kumasi for the sole ticket from Zone I after both sides won their second straight matches on Sunday.

Unity F.C moved to the summit of the Zone I table - via goal advantage over R.T.U. - after a 4-1 win over Bazooka F.C.

A brace each from Joshua Akoto and Emmanuel Gyamfi secured Unity the win as Iddrisu Salifu grabbed a consolation for Bazooka.

In Bekwai, R.T.U also continued their fine form with a 3-1 victory against Bofokwa Tano. Abdulai Karim, Emmanuel Kwamena and Yusif Aziz were on the mark for R.T.U while Inusah scored Bofoakwa's only goal.

Also in Zone III, the race will go down to the wire after Instanbul and Amidaus picked up valuable wins to stay in competition for the sole slot alongside King Solomon.

Thomas Avorgbedor scored a brace to handed Instanbul a 2-0 win against King Solomon at the Tema Stadium.

Joseph Quansah's goal from a freekick ensured that Amidaus posted a narrow 1-0 win over Danbort F.C in Cape Coast. Danbort's promotion hopes have been ended after picking two defeats in a row.

The winners after three rounds of matches from every group make it to the topflight league.

Results for match-day-2:

Zone I

Match Day 2– August 19, 2012

R.T.U 3-1 Bofoakwa - Bekwai Park
Bazooka 1-4 Unity FC - Baba Yara Stadium


Zone III

Match Day 2– August 19, 2012

Amidaus 1-0 Danbort - Robert Mensah Stadium
Instanbul 2-0 King Solomon - Tema Stadium








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Postby Ekow » Mon Aug 20, 2012 2:48 pm

Current Standings

Zone 2

Unity Stars 6
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RTU 6

Bofoakwa 0

Bazooka 0



Zone 3


Istanbul 4

Amidaus 4
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King Solomon 3

Danbort 0
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Postby Ekow » Mon Aug 20, 2012 2:49 pm

Match day 3 fixtures

zone 2
Real Tamale United v Unity Stars (Kumasi)

Bazooka v Bofoakwa (Bekwai)

zone 3
King Solomon v Amidaus (Sekondi)

Istanbul v Danbort (Cape Coast)
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Postby Ekow » Tue Aug 21, 2012 2:41 pm

Division One League: Wise down Tarkwa United to stay safe
20 August, 2012



Sekondi Eleven Wise this afternoon secured its first division status after beating Middle League-bound Tarkwa United 1-0 in a rescheduled game in Winneba.

The win means that Eleven Wise will avoid any relegation playoff whilst Tarkwa United, despite the loss, will await the kickoff of Zone 2 matches in the Middle League.

The start date for that particular Zone will be announced soon by the Division One League Board.
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Postby Ekow » Wed Aug 22, 2012 5:53 pm

Middle League: Real Tamale United, Amidaus Professionals win promotion to Premier League
22 August, 2012




Real Tamale United secured an instant return to top flight football after thrashing Unity Stars 4-1 in the final Zone 1 middle league clash in Kumasi.

A brace from Richard Adjetey and strikes from Emmanuel Kwamena and Abdul Sakara secured RTU’s third consecutive win, which qualified the team.

Emmanuel Gyamfi scored Unity Stars’ only goal.

In the other Zone 1 match, Bazooka Fc beat Tano Bofoakwa 1-0 in Bekwai.

Amidaus Professionals defeated King Solomon 1-0 in Sekondi to secure its first ever qualification to the Premier League.

Thanks to Danbort defeating Istanbul 1-0 in the other Zone 3 match in Cape Coast, Amidaus would have qualified with a draw, but made sure of qualification with a late penalty.

Zone 1

Real Tamale United 4-1 Unity Stars
Bazooka 1-0 Bofoakwa

Standings

Real Tamale United 9
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Unity Stars 6
Bazooka 3
Bofoakwa 0


Zone 3

Amidaus 1-0 King Solomon
Danbort 1-0 Istanbul

Standings

Amidaus 7
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Istanbul 4
King Solomon 3
Danbort 3
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Postby Ekow » Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:56 pm

King Faisal face tough competition to qualify

Date: 23-Aug-2012












A day after two sides secured their places in next season's Premier League, the competition starts for clubs paired in Zone II of the Division One League play-offs.

The start of the competition in Zone II was held up by a pending disciplinary matter but following its resolution, the action finally kicks off on Thursday.

King Faisal and Sekondi Hasaacas, both, former premiership sides are involved in the promotion quest.

For the two sides, a return to the topf-flight remains their motivation but they face competition from Gold Stars and Tarkwa United also seeking to pick the sole slot from Zone II.

King Faisal, who were relegated from the elite division last season are seeking to make a quick return after just a season in the second-tier league, meet Gold Stars at the El-Wak Stadium in their opening match.

Hasaacas, who two season's ago ended their 20-year stay in the top-flight competition following relegation will plan to bounce back when they start at the Tema Stadium against Tarkwa United.

The winners after three rounds of matches over an eight-day period from every group make it to the topflight league.


Zone II

Match Day I – August 23, 2012

Gold Stars v King Faisal - El-Wak Stadium
Hasaacas v Tarkwa Utd – Tema Stadium








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Postby himself » Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:45 pm

Meantime..
Hassacas 1-0 Tarkwa United
King Faisal 1-0 Gold Stars
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Postby Ekow » Fri Aug 24, 2012 2:01 pm

Middle League: King Faisal, Hasaacas enjoy winning starts
23 August, 2012





Former Premier League outfit King Faisal this afternoon began its promotion campaign on a winning note after beating Bibiani Gold Stars 1-0 at the El Wak Sports Stadium.

Striker Sulley Mohammed scored the game’s only goal in the first half.

In the other Zone 2 Middle League match, former Premier League outfit Hasaacas defeated Tarkwa United 1-0 in Tema. Matches in Zone 2 continue on Sunday, August 29 2012.

Zone 2: Match day 1

King Faisal 1-0 Gold Stars

Hasaacas 1-0 Tarkwa United
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Postby Ekow » Fri Aug 24, 2012 2:02 pm

Hasaacas, Faisal win on first day of play-offs

Date: 23-Aug-2012












It was a winning start for King Faisal and Sekondi Hasaacas in Zone II of the Division One League play-offs on Thursday as the competition kicked off.

Both former premiership sides won their first day matches against Gold Stars and Tarkwa United to keep their ambition of earning promotion on course.

King Faisal, who were relegated from the elite division last season beat Gold Stars 1-0 at the El-Wak Stadium. Faisal meets Tarkwa United on Sunday in their second group match.

Hasaacas, who are desirous to return to the top-flight after two seasons in the second-tier division started off on a winning note at the Tema Stadium where they handed Tarkwa United a 1-0 defeat.

The winners after three rounds of matches over an eight-day period from every group make it to the topflight league.


Zone II

Match Day I – August 23, 2012

Gold Stars 0-1 King Faisal - El-Wak Stadium
Hasaacas 1-0 Tarkwa Utd – Tema Stadium








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Postby himself » Mon Aug 27, 2012 2:03 am

Faisal and Hasaacas set for thrilling finish
Either King Faisal or Sekondi Hasaacas could gain promotion to the Premier League after they both won their second-straight matches in the Division One League play-offs on Sunday.

A 3-1 win against Tarkwa United puts King Faisal in pole position of the Zone II standings as the Kumasi-based club only need a draw to return to the Premier League next season.

Eugene Prempeh, Farouk Mohammed and Sulley Mohammed all scored as Faisal came from a goal down - scored by Tarkwa's Isaac Oduro - to win the game at the Tema Stadium.

Hasaacas, a former premiership campaigner defeated Gold Stars 1-0 at the El-Wak Stadium to set up a thrilling finish on Wednesday against Faisal in the concluding fixtures of the promotion league.

Jerry Ikaye was on target for Hasaacas.

Both sides are on six points but Hasaacas need a win in their last match to secure their place ahead of King Faisal, who hold a better goal difference.

The club with the most points after three rounds of matches will make it to the topflight league.

Match Day 2– August 26, 2012

Gold Stars 0-1 Hasaacas - El-Wak Stadium
King Faisal 3-1 Tarkwa Utd - Tema Stadium





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Postby Ekow » Tue Aug 28, 2012 2:05 pm

This match is ‘all die be die’ – Odotei
27 August, 2012



The Chief Executive Officer of King Faisal, Vincent Odotei has christened his club’s impending match against Hasaacas in the Zone 2 Middle League as an ‘all die be die’ match.

He told footy-ghana.com that the match would be very tough as the stakes are very high.

‘For me, it is an ‘all die be die’ match. Whoever wins the game gets promoted to the Premier League and so Wednesday’s match will be very tough.’

Odotei also told footy-ghana.com that King Faisal’s two wins so far were expected, adding that the team has been well prepared for the promotion campaign.

‘To be honest, we expected to win our first two games, which we have done. This team has been well prepared for the rigours of the Middle League and we hope we can complete the job in Tema on Wednesday.’

A draw in Wednesday’s match will lead to a rescheduled playoff 48 hours later, since the competition is being played using the head-to-head rule.
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Postby Ekow » Tue Sep 04, 2012 8:12 pm

Bombshell: Hasaacas management fingers three players for alleged bribery
04 September, 2012





By Israel Fordah and Kwame Yeboah/Skyy Power FM

The Management of first division outfit Sekondi Hasaacas has accused 3 players of the club of allegedly taking bribes to play a match of convenience in their final Middle League play -off match against King Faisal in Tema last Friday.

According to our sources, the 3 accused players are centre half Theophous Awotwe, full back Felix Kwakye and goalkeeper Joseph Abbey.

The Management of the club has thus set up a 3-member Committee made up of Faruk Mohammed(Board Member), Alhaji Labaran (Management member) and Richard Aggrey (Supporters Chairman) to look into the allegations leveled against the said players.

The Committee has been given up to September 7 2012 to submit its report to the Management.

Sekondi Hasaacas lost 0-2 to King Faisal in the match in question, leading to King Faisal’s return to Ghana’s top flight.
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