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Postby Ekow » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:56 pm

Disciplinary Committee to resolve Asante Kotoko-OMP impasse – Nyantakyi
11 April, 2012




By Stephen Amos/BOSS FM


The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwasi Nyantakyi says the Disciplinary Committee will soon resolve the impasse between the Premier League’s television rights holders, Optimum Media Prime(OMP) and Asante Kotoko, so that the impending clash between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak on Sunday in Kumasi will be telecast live.

The GFA Executive Committee some time ago asked OMP to stay away from Asante Kotoko league matches, after broadcast equipment belonging to OMP was damaged by angry fans during a league match between Asante Kotoko and Berekum Chelsea on December 14 2012.

The edict remains in effect until all disciplinary issues are resolved and Nyantakyi told Kumasi based radio station BOSS FM that in the next 24 hours, the Disciplinary Committee should reach a decision that will allow OMP to cover the match.

‘In the next day or so, the Disciplinary Committee should come out with a decision and resolve the issues so that the match can be telecast live.’

Nyantakyi noted that it was important for the match to be broadcast live so that those unable to travel to Kumasi can also watch the game.

‘It is a big game and not everyone can travel, so it is important for the game to be live on television so that many people can watch it.’
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Postby ostu » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:58 pm

Ekow wrote:Disciplinary Committee to resolve Asante Kotoko-OMP impasse – Nyantakyi
11 April, 2012




By Stephen Amos/BOSS FM


The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwasi Nyantakyi says the Disciplinary Committee will soon resolve the impasse between the Premier League’s television rights holders, Optimum Media Prime(OMP) and Asante Kotoko, so that the impending clash between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak on Sunday in Kumasi will be telecast live.

The GFA Executive Committee some time ago asked OMP to stay away from Asante Kotoko league matches, after broadcast equipment belonging to OMP was damaged by angry fans during a league match between Asante Kotoko and Berekum Chelsea on December 14 2012.

The edict remains in effect until all disciplinary issues are resolved and Nyantakyi told Kumasi based radio station BOSS FM that in the next 24 hours, the Disciplinary Committee should reach a decision that will allow OMP to cover the match.

‘In the next day or so, the Disciplinary Committee should come out with a decision and resolve the issues so that the match can be telecast live.’

Nyantakyi noted that it was important for the match to be broadcast live so that those unable to travel to Kumasi can also watch the game.

‘It is a big game and not everyone can travel, so it is important for the game to be live on television so that many people can watch it.’


So I can see the opanin toto team suffer live :D :D :D :D
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Postby Ekow » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:59 pm

Glo Premier League – The Numbers Game
09 April, 2012

Editor's Note: This is just a trivia-based look at the goings on of the Glo Premier League so far this season. As can be seen, certain liberties were taken in doing so, but hope this tickles your fancy about our Premier League




23 – Number of match days played so far in this year’s Glo Premier League

22 – Number of goals scored by Hearts of Oak after 23 games

21 – Number of goals each conceded by Dwarfs and Heart of Lions after 23 games

20 – Number of points Bechem United has after 23 matches

19 – Number of years up to the start of next season after the kickoff of the first Premier League season (1993)

18 – Number of goals scored by Emmanuel Baffour so far

17 – Number of years after Ashanti Gold (then Obuasi Goldfields) won its second Premier League title (1995)

16 – Number of goals scored by Aduana Stars so far all season.

15 – Number of times Aduana Stars have failed to win in the League this season

14 – Number of wins by Asante Kotoko so far – highest number of wins

13 – Number of goals scored by Bechem United so far all season. Goal shy.

12 – Number of times Medeama has avoided defeat this season

11- Jersey number of Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Philemon MacCarthy

10 – Number of goals conceded by Aduana Stars so far. Miserly

9 – Number of draws for Hearts of Oak after 23 games

8 – Number of goals scored by Medeama SC’s Louis Agyemang so far

7 – Number of coaches that either resigned or were sacked in the course of the season (Zdravko Logarusic, Milisev Bogdanovic, Nebojsa Vucicevic, Herbert Addo, Steve Pollack, Jonas Amissah, Nana Awuah)

6 – Jersey number of Asante Kotoko defender Awal Mohammed

5 – Number of goals scored by Aduana Stars full back Godfred Saka – highest scoring defender this season

4 – Number of years since Asante Kotoko last won the Premier League title

3 – Number of draws by New Edubiase United all season

2 – Number of losses by Asante Kotoko all season

1 – Number of penalties converted on match day 23
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Postby Ekow » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:49 pm

GLO Premier League:

Standings after Match Day 23

Head-to-head Rule Applies


GLO Premier League
P W D L GF GA GD PTS
Kotoko 23 14 7 2 32 11 21 49
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Hearts of Oak 23 10 9 4 21 12 9 39
AshGold 23 11 6 6 25 26 -1 39
Berekum Chelsea 23 9 9 5 22 14 8 36
Edubiase FC 23 11 3 9 29 29 0 36
Aduana Stars 23 8 10 5 16 10 6 34
Liberty 23 9 6 8 25 21 4 33
Wa All Stars 23 9 6 8 17 16 1 33
Medeama SC 23 10 2 11 31 27 4 32
Dwarfs 23 7 7 9 20 21 -1 28
Heart of Lions 23 6 10 7 20 21 -1 28
Tema Youth 23 6 7 10 26 29 -3 25
Mighty Jets 23 4 10 9 18 24 -6 22
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Arsenals 23 5 6 12 18 31 -13 21
Bechem United 23 3 11 9 16 31 -15 20
Wassaman United 23 4 7 12 21 34 -13 19
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Postby Ekow » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:58 pm

GFA clears OMP to cover Kotoko v Hearts match live
12 April, 2012




Footy-ghana.com can confirm that the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association has cleared television rights holders Optimum Media Prime (OMP) to cover Sunday’s Glo Premier League encounter between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak.

According to our sources, this came about as a result of consultations the GFA Executive Committee held with the Asante Kotoko top hierarchy and OMP.

The GFA Executive Committee had earlier asked OMP to stay away from all Asante Kotoko matches until all Disciplinary issues have been resolved, after angry fans damaged broadcast equipment belonging to OMP during a match between Asante Kotoko and Berekum Chelsea in Kumasi on December 14 2012.

A letter has thus been sent to OMP and Asante Kotoko, informing both parties about the Executive Committee decision.

Meanwhile, co-commentators Christopher Opoku and Nana Kwaku Agyemang will not be attending the match following comments made on Kumasi-based radio station Kessben FM by Asante Kotoko’s administrative manager, Ben Nti.

Nti told Kessben FM that the club has no problems with OMP covering the match, provided Opoku and Agyemang do not come to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday.

‘We have no problem with OMP or indeed any journalist representing OMP and so they can come and do their work on Sunday in covering the match, provided that they do not come with Christopher Opoku and Nana Agyemang.’

Upon hearing these comments, both Opoku and Agyemang have decided not to go to Kumasi this weekend.

Prince Annang, who run commentary at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa for French TV company CFI will act as the lead commentator this Sunday, with Albert Ababio as the co-commentator.
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Postby Ekow » Fri Apr 13, 2012 2:12 pm

Mordey to referee Kotoko vs Hearts 'Super Clash'

Date: 13-Apr-2012












The Referees Committee of the GFA has announced the complete list of match officials for the weekend's matches.

Below is the list of referees and assistants for match-day-24 of the Glo Premier League on Saturday and Sunday:


Saturday, April 14

Match: Dwarfs vs. Wassaman

Venue: Len Clay Stadium

Referee: Awal Mohammed

Assistant 1: Haruna Ayuba

Assistant 2: E. Y. Allotey

4th Official: E. R. Biney


Match: Liberty vs. Heart of Lions

Venue: Carl Reindorf Park

Referee: Slyvestor Adjorku

Assistant 1: Rubean Laryea

Assistant 2: Isaac Egyan

4th Official: Cecil Fleisher


Sunday, April 15

Match: Tema Youth vs. AshantiGold

Venue: Tema Stadium

Referee: Joe Baffoe

Assistant 1: Gorden O. Boateng

Assistant 2: Abu Williams

4th Official: Uriah Glah


Match: Aduana vs. Arsenal

Venue: Agyemang Badu Park

Referee: J. A. Amenya

Assistant 1: Nii Ashitey Armah

Assistant 2: E. B. Baiden

4th Official: Seidu Bomison


Match: Medeama vs. Bechem

Venue: Tarkwa T&A Park

Referee: Jonathan Tetteh

Assistant 1: Emmanuella Aglago

Assistant 2: Richard Appiah

4th Official: Charles Dowuona


Match: Wa All Stars vs. Mighty Jets

Venue: Wa Park

Referee: John Atikese

Assistant 1: Richard Kotey

Assistant 2: Isaac Boadi

4th Official: Charles Nii Tagoe


Match: Asante Kotoko vs. Hearts of Oak

Venue: Baba Yara Stadium

Referee: Solomon Mordey

Assistant 1: Shine Ayitey

Assistant 2: Micheal Agbenuzah

4th Official: Samuel Sukah


Match: Chelsea vs. New Edubiase

Venue: Golden City Park

Referee: Joseph Lamptey

Assistant 1: David Laryea

Assistant 2: Effah Tetteh

4th Official: Daniel Offei








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Postby Ekow » Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:14 pm

Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak faceoff in El-Classico of Ghana
04-13-2012
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Zoom The stage is once again set for the most sought after game of the final halve of the 2011/2012 Ghana Premier League with the nation’s most successful clubs, Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak squaring off on Sunday at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

The clash is unarguably the biggest game of the Week 24 matches and has become the subject of discussion in every quarter. Dubbed ‘Ghana’s version of the El-Classico,’ all roads will lead towards Kumasi; famed as the Garden City for the topliner.

Matches between the two sides are a must-watch for every football lover and overshadows all activities irrespective of the location. As usual, the Baba Yara Stadium is expected to be filled with the red army of Asante Kotoko and the red, yellow and blue of Hearts of Oak.

The Porcupine Warriors are 10-points richer than their bitterest rivals at the summit of the standings and are highly favoured to snatch the maximum points at stake. However, the fact that Hearts of Oak has emerged victors in the last three meetings at the same venue serves a disturbing factor to the homers; on course for their first ever league title since 2008.

The most interesting fact in the build up to the match is the personalities on the benches of the two clubs; both ex-national stars. Maxwell Konadu is largely responsible for the surge of his former club, Asante Kotoko whilst former national captain, Charles Akonnor is in charge of Hearts of Oak.

Akonnor has guided Hearts of Oak to successive wins in their last two of the three games since taking over and insists the timing of the game could not have been better. The Phobians also have in their midst former national midfielder Laryea Kingston, who at the twilight of his careers has yet to exhibit any sign of weariness.

“The game has not arrived too early and this is the game of our lives. I have a lot of respect for
Asante Kotoko, and all that they have achieved; but that respect will be incapable of stopping us from our goal,” Akonnor said.

Despite Asante Kotoko attaining one of their best forms in recent times under his technical guidance, Konadu is very much aware that his success story won’t be complete without victory in the derby clash.

“We have to win that game at all cost to climax our season. Hearts is a good side but I believe we are up for it,” said Konadu, who spotted dreadlocks during his playing days.

Of 46 meetings hosted by Asante Kotoko; the former has won 16 times, 18 for Hearts of Oak with 12 ending in stalemates.

In-form Ashantigold will travel to the Port City to face Tema Youth whilst Medeama SC and Bechem United lock things out at the Tarkwa Park.

Elsewhere, Liberty Professionals will locks horns with Hearts of Lions, Aduana Stars versus Berekum Arsenals and Dwarfs against Wassaman.

Defending champions, Berekum Chelsea will play host to Edubiase FC at the Golden City Park.

http://www.cafonline.com/football/news/ ... ssico.html
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Postby kyankee » Sat Apr 14, 2012 5:13 pm

If the premiership cup is in Accra, Haaass might as well bring it along to Oseikrom for safe keeping
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Postby Ekow » Mon Apr 16, 2012 7:59 pm

GPL match day 24: Akuffo fires Kotoko to memorable win over Hearts of Oak
15 April, 2012



A late piledriver from midfielder Michael Akuffo gave Premier League leaders Asante Kotoko a 2-1 win over archrivals Hearts of Oak at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi on Sunday afternoon.

Kotoko started well and with Daniel Nii Adjei dictating affairs in midfield, were besting Hearts of Oak all over the pitch. Uriah Asante was so well shackled by the Kotoko back line that he was substituted for striker James Abban in the first half.

This was after the Porcupine Warriors went ahead when Kofi Nti Boakye nodded home a corner kick.

The second half saw Asante Kotoko fighting hard to seal the win and a red card to Laryea Kingston for a horrible tackle on Baba Abdul Rahman seemed to make their work easier.

Hearts of Oak however regrouped and with Isaac Ofori taking responsibility in midfield and Mahatma Otoo introduced as a substitute for Attakora Gyimah, the Phobians were suddenly creating chances.

Philemon MacCarthy, who had had one of his best games in a Hearts of Oak jersey,suffered an injury and was replaced by ex-national goalie Sammy Adjei, who himself pulled off two brilliant saves to keep the score at 1-0.

It seemed those saves had given Hearts a point when Mahatma Otoo hammered home a freekick from the edge of the box.

With the match heading towards a 1-1 draw, Michael Akuffo fired a screamer past Adjei to win the points for Asante Kotoko and send the club’s fans into ecstasy.

Ashanti Gold’s temporary chase for the title ended on Sunday afternoon with a 1-1 draw with Tema Youth in Tema. Isaac Amoah put Tema Youth 1-0 ahead three minutes from half time, but Yakubu Mohammed equalized with his 12th goal of the season soon after the restart. Mohammed was however sent off 21 minutes from the end for a second bookable offence.

Reigning champions Berekum Chelsea beat New Edubiase United 2-1 in Berekum. Defensive midfielder Jackson Owusu opened the scores in the 11th minute, but the Glo Premier League’s leading scorer Emmanuel Baffour netted his 19th goal of the season to equalize for New Edubiase United 6 minutes later. Issaka Ibrahim scored the winner nine minutes into the second half to seal the points for Chelsea.

Former champions Aduana Stars suffered their second straight home defeat after losing 1-2 to Berekum Arsenal in Dormaa. Razak Egyir gave Arsenal the lead, but Francis Larbi leveled for Aduana Stars on the half hour mark. Kwasi Acheampong scored the winner 23 minutes from time to hand Arsenal a 2-1 win and lift them out of the relegation zone.

Medeama’s unbeaten run was stretched to five games after beating Bechem United 3-1 in Tarkwa. Larbi Coomson scored the opener for Medeama SC and Hans Kwofie hit a double, with Adamu Issah scoring a consolation for Bechem United.

Wa All Stars dropped points at home after drawing 0-0 with relegation threatened Mighty Jets in Wa.

On Saturday, Liberty Professionals put up a five star performance to thrash Heart of Lions 5-1 in Dansoman. Latif Salifu, who grabbed a brace, scored the first goal, before an absolute beauty by left back Francis Morton put Liberty Professionals 2-0 up. Gambian import Ebrima Camara netted the third before an absolute cracker by substitute Daniel Bonsu gave Heart of Lions hope, but Liberty responded with two more goals from Yakubu Issah and Latif Salifu to round up a fine win.

In Obuasi, a solitary strike by Bismark Asiedu gave Dwarfs a return to winning ways with a 1-0 win over Wassaman United.

Detailed match day 24 results

Asante Kotoko 2-1 Hearts of Oak

Scorers: Kofi Nti Boakye, Michael Akuffo; Mahatma Otoo


Tema Youth 1-1 Ashanti Gold

Scorers: Isaac Amoah; Yakubu Mohammed


Berekum Chelsea 2-1 New Edubiase United

Scorers: Jackson Owusu, Ibrahim Issaka; Emmanuel Baffour

Aduana Stars 1-2 Berekum Arsenal

Scorers: Francis Larbi; Razak Egyir, Kwasi Acheampong

Medeama SC 3-1 Bechem United

Scorers: Larbi Coomson, Hans Kwofie (2); Amadu Issah


Wa All Stars 0-0 Mighty Jets

Liberty Professionals 5-1 Heart of Lions

Scorers: Latif Salifu (2), Francis Morton, Ebrima Camara, Yakubu Issah; Daniel Bonsu


Dwarfs 1-0 Wassaman United

Scorer: Bismark Asiedu

Sourced from www.ghanafa.org
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Postby Ekow » Mon Apr 16, 2012 8:02 pm

GPL: Week 24 Scores and Stats
15 April, 2012

FULL TIME SCORES:

Liberty 5-1 Lions, Dwarfs 1-0 Wassaman, Kotoko 2-1 Hearts, Chelsea 2-1 Edubiase, Medeama 3-1 Bechem, All Stars 0-0 Mighty Jets, Tema Youth 1-1 AshantiGold, Aduana 1-2 Arsenals

GPL WEEK 24 STATS:

GOALS: 22 goals were scored on match-day 24 averaging 3 goals per game. 379 goals have been scored by 173 different players after match day 24.

WINS:- HOME: 5 - AWAY: 1

DRAW: 2




GOAL KING CHART AS AT WEEK 24

1. Emmanuel Baffour (New Edubiase) –19
2. Mohammed Yakubu (AshantiGold) – 12
3. Richard Addae (Bechem Utd) – 8
4. Louis Agyemang (Medeama) – 8
5. Mahatma Otoo (Hearts) - 7
6. James Abban (Hearts) – 7
7. Emmanuel Clottey (Berekum Chelsea) – 7
8. Latif Salifu (Liberty) - 6
9. Godfred Saka (Aduana) – 6
10. Gilbert Fiamenyo (Lions) – 6
11. Seidu Bansi (Dwarfs) – 6
12. Ahmed Toure (Kotoko) – 6
13. Hans Kwofie (Medeama) - 5
14. Abubakar Soufian Sidi (Mighty Jets) – 5
15. Abdul Basit (Chelsea) – 5
16. Nathaniel Asamoah (Kotoko) – 5
17. Michael Akuffo (Kotoko) – 4
18. Kwame Frimpong (Dwarfs) – 4
19. Ben Acheampong (Kotoko) – 4
20. Bernard Akuffo (AshGold) – 4
21. Kwabena Edusei (Medeama) - 4
22. Didier Kore (AshantiGold) – 4
23. Benjamin Fadi (Lions) – 4
24. Douglas Nkrumah (Hearts) – 4
25. Stephen Amankwah (Arsenals) – 4
26. Aaron Amoah (AshantiGold) - 4
27. Hamza Abdulai (Tema Youth) – 4
28. Kofi Nti Boakye (Kotoko) – 3
29. Bismark Asiedu (Dwarfs) - 3
30. Daniel Bonsu (Lions) – 3
31. Joseph Masel (Arsenals) - 3
32. Moses Odjer (Tema Youth) – 3
33. Emmanuel Laryea (Mighty Jets) – 3
34. Bernard Ofori (New Edubiase) – 3
35. Francis Narh (Tema Youth) – 3
36. Asiedu Atobrah (Edubiase) - 3
37. Daniel Nii Adjei (Kotoko) - 3
38. Emmanuel Allan (Aduana) - 3
39. Samuel Azumah (Wa All Stars) – 3
40. Peter Essien (Bechem Utd) - 3
41. Frank Sarfo Gyamfi (Wa All Stars) – 3
42. Michael Helegbe (Liberty) – 3
43. Akwasi Acheampong (Arsenals) - 2
44. Ibrahim Issakah (Berekum Chelsea) – 2
45. Larbi Coomson (Medeama) – 2
46. Ebrima Camara (Liberty) - 2
47. Jeremiah Arkorful (Tema Youth) - 2 ( +1 OwnGoal)
48. Abel Hammond (Tema Youth) - 2
49. Evans Nyarko (Wassaman) – 2
50. Michael Anaba (Kotoko) – 2
51. Laryea Kingston (Hearts) – 2
52. Prince Amponsah (Arsenals) - 2
53. Richard Yeboah (Kotoko) – 2
54. Godbless Asamoah (Wassaman) – 2
55. Shaffiu Mumuni (Wassaman) – 2
56. Richard Arhin (Aduana) - 2
57. Franklyn Osei (Lions) - 2
58. Joshua Otoo (Wa All Stars) – 2
59. James Boadu (Berekum Arsenals) - 2
60. Karim Abubakar (Medeama) – 2
61. Yufa Zugah (Wassaman) – 2
62. Eric Opoku (Dwarfs) – 2
63. Nicholas Gyan (Dwarfs) – 2
64. Samuel Asiedu (Aduana) - 2
65. Tamimu Muntari (Mighty Jets) - 2
66. Mahadi Abubakar (Wassaman) – 2
67. Jordan Mintah (Wassaman) – 2
68. Emmanuel Annafi (Lions) – 2
69. Daniel Gozah (Aduana) – 2
70. Moussa Foda Sylla (Liberty) – 2
71. Daniel Agyei (Liberty) – 2
72. Francis Coffie (Medeama) - 2
73. Benjamin Terry (Tema Youth) – 2
74. Jacob Appau (Medeama) – 2
75. Daniel Appiah (Tema Youth) – 2
76. Godfred Gyasi (Wa All Stars) - 2
77. Uriah Asante (Hearts) – 2
78. Frank Osei (Mighty Jets) – 2
79. Fuseini Zuberu (Liberty) – 2
80. Moussa Kassey (Ashgold) – 1
81. John Arthur (Dwarfs) – 1
82. Bright Nsiah (Lions) – 1
83. Eric Fordjour (Bechem Utd) – 1
84. Adnan Saeed (Wa All Stars) – 1
85. Yaw Alexander (Chelsea) – 1
86. Emmanuel Akuoko (Aduana) – 1
87. Paul Danso (Wassaman) – 1
88. Prince Adjei (Arsenals) – 1
89. Enoch Asare (Berekum Arsenals) – 1
90. Prosper Avor (Lions) – 1 (Own goal)
91. Ekow Benson (Medeama) - 1
92. Alex Tawiah (Wa All Stars) - 1
93. Peter Ofori-Quaye (Bechem United) - 1
94. Akwesi Adu (Bechem United) – 1
95. Eric Mensah (Wa All Stars) - 1
96. Daniel Appiah (Tema Youth) – 1
97. Mohammed Fatawu (Kotoko) – 1
98. Mubarak Moro (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
99. Richard Kissi Boateng (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
100. Yusif Ayoma (Liberty) – 1
101. Razak Kassim (Wassaman) – 1
102. John Arthur (Dwarfs) – 1
103. Nafiu Iddrisu (Kotoko) – 1
104. Joseph Tagoe (Hearts) - 1
105. Godfred Asante (Lions) – 1
106. Richard Mensah (Wassaman) – 1
107. Mohammed Musa (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
108. Issah Saliu (Wassaman) – 1
109. Moro Awudu (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
110. Ibrahim Moro (New Edubiase) - 1
111. Emmanuel Dogbe (Medeama) – 1
112. Jafaru Danjuma (Arsenals) - 1
113. Razak Kassim (Wassaman) - 1 (Owngoal)
114. Nana Yaw Afriyie (Medeama) - 1
115. Sampson Cudjoe (Medeama) - 1
116. Samuel Boateng (All Stars) - 1
117. Eric Agyemang (Berekum Chelsea) - 1
118. Jacob Quao (Mighty Jets) - 1
119. Kofi Owusu (Mighty Jets) - 1
120. Prince Atakorah Gyimah (Hearts) - 1
121. Ekow Ghansah (Wassaman) - 1
122. Aminu Mohammed (Ashgold) - 1
123. Kenneth Owusu (Tema Youth) - 1
124. Nana Yaw Afriyie (Medeama) - 1
125. Augustine Sefa (Medeama) - 1
126. Abubukar Mumuni (Wassaman) – 1
127. Salifu Mamudar (Mighty Jets) - 1
128. Francis Narh (Tema Youth) – 1
129. Shaffiu Mumuni (Mighty Jets) – 1
130. Isaac Ofori (Hearts) – 1
131. Emmanuel Ephraim (Medeama) - 1
132. Stephen Manu (New Edubiase) – 1
133. Edward Kpodo (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
134. Tanko Mohammed (Medeama) – 1
135. Latif Mohammed (AshGold) - 1
136. Michael Mensah (Kotoko) – 1
137. Albert Gaisie (All Stars) – 1
138. Mohammed Abdulai (Arsenals) – 1
139. Kofi Agyare (Hearts) – 1 (Own goal)
140. Mohammed Aminu (Liberty) – 1
141. Daniel Ocran (Medeama) – 1
142. Stephen Arholu (Wassaman) – 1 (Own goal)
143. John Nanitey (Lions) – 1
144. Joseph Mugre (Wassaman) – 1
145. Prince Baffoe (Kotoko) – 1
146. Badu Asiamah (Lions) – 1
147. Samuel Sarfo (Liberty) – 1 (Own goal)
148. John Afrifa (Arsenals) – 1
149. Christopher Nkansah (Liberty) – 1
150. Eli Agbeko (Mighty Jets) – 1
151. Alhassan Nayara. (Mighty Jets) – 1
152. Daniel Asamoah (AshGold) -1
153. Kwame Boahene (Liberty) – 1
154. Johnson Adomah (Aduana) – 1 (Own goal)
155. Solomon Asante (Chelsea) – 1
156. Samuel Norgbey (All Stars) – 1
157. Ernest Baffour (Liberty – 1
158. Isaac Klevor (Mighty Jets) – 1
159. Joshua Oninku (Tema Youth) – 1
160. Sadat Karim (Hearts) - 1
161. Sacko Iddrisa (Kotoko) - 1
162. Abeiku Ainooson (Edubiase) - 1
163. Adams Basit (Edubiase) - 1
164. Richard Nyanful (Dwarfs) - 1
165. Francis Aggrey (Arsenals) - 1
166. Kennedy Ashia (Liberty) - 1
167. Yakubu Issah (Liberty) - 1
168. Francis Morton (Liberty) - 1
169. Adamu Issah (Bechem) - 1
170. Jackson Owusu (Chelsea) - 1
171. Isaac Amoah (Tema Youth) - 1
172. Nana Egyir (Arsenals) - 1
173. Francis Larbi (Aduana) - 1
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Postby Ekow » Mon Apr 16, 2012 8:03 pm

GLO Premier League:

Standings after Match Day 24

Head-to-head Rule Applies


GLO Premier League
P W D L GF GA GD PTS

Kotoko 24 15 7 2 34 12 22 52
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AshGold 24 11 7 6 26 27 -1 40
Hearts of Oak 24 10 9 5 22 12 10 39
Berekum Chelsea 24 10 9 5 24 15 9 39
Liberty 24 10 6 8 30 22 8 36
Edubiase FC 24 11 3 10 30 31 -1 36
Medeama SC 24 11 2 11 34 28 6 35
Wa All Stars 24 9 7 8 17 16 1 34
Aduana Stars 24 8 10 6 17 12 5 34
Dwarfs 24 8 7 9 21 21 0 31
Heart of Lions 24 6 10 8 21 26 -5 28
Tema Youth 24 6 8 10 27 30 -3 26
Arsenals 24 6 6 12 20 32 -12 24
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Mighty Jets 24 4 11 9 18 24 -6 23
Bechem United 24 3 11 10 17 34 -17 20
Wassaman United 24 4 7 13 21 35 -14 19
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Postby Ekow » Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:48 pm

Referees named for weekend's matches

Date: 20-Apr-2012












The Referees Committee of the GFA has announced the complete list of match officials for the weekend's matches.

Below is the list of referees and assistants for match-day-25 of the Glo Premier League on Saturday and Sunday:


Saturday, April 21

Match: Mighty Jets vs. Asante Kotoko

Venue: Accra Sports Stadium

Referee: Seidu Bomison

Assistant 1: Tanko Ganiyu

Assistant 2: Issaka Mumuni

4th Official: Fred Andoh


Sunday, April 22

Match: Heart of Lions vs. Aduana

Venue: Kpando Park

Referee: Daniel Offie

Assistant 1: David Adjin

Assistant 2: Robert Dodoo

4th Official: Franklin Cobbina


Match: Bechem vs. Liberty

Venue: Bechem Park

Referee: Samuel Gyasi

Assistant 1: Agyeman Dua

Assistant 2: Fred Odonkor

4th Official: Reginald Lathbridge


Match: AshantiGold vs. Medeama

Venue: Len Clay Stadium

Referee: Vincent Otoo

Assistant 1: A. S. Malik

Assistant 2: Dawood Ouedraogo

4th Official: J. A. Amenya


Match: Wassaman vs. Edubiase

Venue: Tarkwa T&A Park

Referee: E. R. Biney

Assistant 1: Abigail Sowah

Assistant 2: Lawrence Antwi

4th Official: Joe Baffoe


Match: Arsenal vs. Wa All Stars

Venue: Golden City Park

Referee: Ali Musa Plato

Assistant 1: Eric O. Mensah

Assistant 2: Frank Bossman

4th Official: O. B. Amankwa


Match: Hearts of Oak vs. Dwarfs

Venue: Accra Sports Stadium

Referee: Charles Nii Tagoe

Assistant 1: Ibrahim Adams

Assistant 2: Alex Anning

4th Official: John Atikese


Match: Tema Youth vs. Chelsea

Venue: Tema Stadium

Referee: Delight Alorbu

Assistant 1: Emmanuella Aglago

Assistant 2: Tina Fugar

4th Official: Theresa Bremansu








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Postby Ekow » Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:49 pm

Six-match ban for referee Ametepe

Date: 20-Apr-2012












The Ghana Football Association has banned referee Yaw Ametepe for six consecutive matches for awarding a bad penalty to New Edubiase in their Week 21 match against Wa All Stars.

The Executive Committee of the GFA has approved the decision taken by the match review panel.

Consequently, the Executive Committee has decided to suspend Ametepe for a period of six(6) consecutive matches, starting from week 24 of the on-going 2011/2012 Glo Premier League.









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Postby Ekow » Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:50 pm

Chelsea's complaint against referee dismissed

Date: 20-Apr-2012








The Match Review Panel of the Ghana Football Association has dismissed a complaint by Berekum Chelsea that referee Theresa Bremansu disallowed a perfect goal scored by their player Prince Arkoh.

The decision of the Match Review Panel has also been upheld by the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association.

The Match Review Panel ruled that Bremansu "acted rightly by disallowing the goal because the clip on the match as viewed by the GFA Match Review Committee indicated that at the time Prince Arkoh of Berekum Chelsea kicked the ball into Bechem United’s goal-post there was another ball on the field of play also within the referee's line of vision."

Bremansu has therefore been exonerated from any wrong interpretation of the laws of the game as she rightly disallowed the goal.








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Postby Ekow » Mon Apr 23, 2012 2:49 pm

GPL Match Day 25: Ashanti Gold, Hearts fail to win; Aduana Stars thrash Lions
22 April, 2012


Ashanti Gold this afternoon dropped points at home after a 1-1 draw with Medeama SC in Obuasi. Aaron Amoah gave the miners the lead after 6 minutes, but Richard Mpong leveled for Medeama SC three minutes to half time.

Hearts of Oak also dropped points after a 0-0 draw with Dwarfs in Accra. The result still keeps the former champions third on the league log.

Reigning champions Berekum Chelsea remain fourth despite suffering a 1-3 loss to Tema Youth in Tema. Isaac Amoah put Tema Youth 1-0 after 16 minutes, but Joseph Ato Bissah leveled for Chelsea on the stroke of half time. Daniel Appiah and Isaac amoah then struck in the second half to hand Tema Youth all three points.

Aduana Stars put last week’s home reverse behind them by thrashing Heart of Lions 3-0 in Kpando. On-loan striker Nurudeen Ali opened the scoring, before Godfred Saka netted Aduana’s second before halty time. Richard Arhin completed the rout to lift Aduana Stars to fifth.

Wassaman United’s bid to escape relegation got a boost with a 2-1 win over New Edubiase United in Tarkwa. Godbless Asamoah and Shaffiu Mumuni scored for Wassaman United before Emmanuel Baffour scored his 20th goal of the season to hand New Edubiase United some consolation.

Arsenal this afternoon drew 1-1 with Wa All Stars in Berekum. Francis Adjei converted a 23rd minute penalty for Arsenal, but Hafiz Adams leveled twenty minutes from time to deny Arsenal the win.

Bechem United posted a 2-1 win over Liberty Professionals in Bechem. Adamu Issah scored in the 32nd minute to give Bechem United the lead, but Yakubu Issah equalized seven minutes later. Richard Addai scored in the second half to hand Bechem United all three points.

On Saturday, goals from Daniel Nii Adjei and Gideon Baah gave Asante Kotoko a 2-0 win over Mighty Jets in Accra. Asante Kotoko are now three points away from lifting their first Premier League trophy since 2008.

Match Day 25 Results in full

Ashanti Gold 1-1 Medeama SC

Scorers: Aaron Amoah; Richard Mpong

Hearts of Oak 0-0 Dwarfs

Tema Youth 3-1 Berekum Chelsea

Scorers: Isaac Amoah(2), Daniel Appiah; Joseph Ato Bissah

Heart of Lions 0-3 Aduana Stars

Scorers: Nurudeen Ali, Godfred Saka, Richard Arhin

Wassaman United 2-1 New Edubiase United

Scorers: Godbless Asamoah, Shaffiu Mumuni; Emmanuel Baffour

Berekum Arsenal 1-1 Wa All Stars

Scorers: Francis Adjei (pen); Hafiz Adams

Bechem United 2-1 Liberty Professionals

Scorers: Adamu Issah, Richard Addai; Yakubu Issah

Mighty Jets 0-2 Asante Kotoko

Scorers: Daniel Nii Adjei, Gideon Baah.
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GLO Premier League: Standings

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GLO Premier League
P W D L GF GA GD PTS
Kotoko 25 16 7 2 36 12 24 55
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AshGold 25 11 8 6 27 28 -1 41
Hearts of Oak 25 10 10 5 22 12 10 40
Berekum Chelsea 25 10 9 6 25 18 7 39
Aduana Stars 25 9 10 6 20 12 8 37
Medeama SC 25 11 3 11 35 29 6 36
Edubiase FC 25 11 3 11 31 33 -2 36
Liberty 25 10 6 9 31 24 9 36
Wa All Stars 25 9 8 8 18 17 1 35
Dwarfs 25 8 8 9 21 21 0 32
Tema Youth 25 7 8 10 30 31 -1 29
Heart of Lions 25 6 10 9 21 29 -8 28
Arsenals 25 6 7 12 21 33 -12 25
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Mighty Jets 25 4 11 10 18 26 -8 23
Bechem United 25 4 11 10 19 35 -16 23
Wassaman United 25 5 7 13 23 36 -13 22
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Postby Ekow » Mon Apr 23, 2012 2:52 pm

GPL Goal King Chart: Baffour leads with 20 goals
23 April, 2012




New Edubiase United goal poacher Emmanuel Baffour leads the charts with 20 goals so far this season in the Glo Premier League.

He scored his 20th goal in New Edubiase United’s 1-2 loss to Wassaman United in Tarkwa yesterday.

Yakubu Mohammed of Ashanti Gold, who missed yesterday’s 1-1 draw with Medeama Sc through suspension, remains on 12 goals with Richard Addae of Bechem United moving up to 9 goals.

Godfred Saka maintains his status as the League’s highest scoring defender on seven goals.

Detailed Goal King chart

1. Emmanuel Baffour (New Edubiase) –20
2. Mohammed Yakubu (AshantiGold) – 12
3. Richard Addae (Bechem Utd) – 9
4. Louis Agyemang (Medeama) – 8
5. Mahatma Otoo (Hearts) - 7
6. James Abban (Hearts) – 7
7. Godfred Saka (Aduana) – 7
8. Emmanuel Clottey (Berekum Chelsea) – 7
9. Latif Salifu (Liberty) - 6
10. Gilbert Fiamenyo (Lions) – 6
11. Seidu Bansi (Dwarfs) – 6
12. Ahmed Toure (Kotoko) – 6
13. Hans Kwofie (Medeama) - 5
14. Abubakar Soufian Sidi (Mighty Jets) – 5
15. Abdul Basit (Chelsea) – 5
16. Aaron Amoah (AshantiGold) - 5
17. Nathaniel Asamoah (Kotoko) – 5
18. Michael Akuffo (Kotoko) – 4
19. Kwame Frimpong (Dwarfs) – 4
20. Ben Acheampong (Kotoko) – 4
21. Bernard Akuffo (AshGold) – 4
22. Kwabena Edusei (Medeama) - 4
23. Didier Kore (AshantiGold) – 4
24. Benjamin Fadi (Lions) – 4
25. Douglas Nkrumah (Hearts) – 4
26. Stephen Amankwah (Arsenals) – 4
27. Hamza Abdulai (Tema Youth) – 4
28. Daniel Nii Adjei (Kotoko) - 4
29. Kofi Nti Boakye (Kotoko) – 3
30. Bismark Asiedu (Dwarfs) - 3
31. Daniel Bonsu (Lions) – 3
32. Joseph Masel (Arsenals) - 3
33. Moses Odjer (Tema Youth) – 3
34. Emmanuel Laryea (Mighty Jets) – 3
35. Bernard Ofori (New Edubiase) – 3
36. Francis Narh (Tema Youth) – 3
37. Asiedu Atobrah (Edubiase) - 3
38. Emmanuel Allan (Aduana) - 3
39. Samuel Azumah (Wa All Stars) – 3
40. Peter Essien (Bechem Utd) - 3
41. Frank Sarfo Gyamfi (Wa All Stars) – 3
42. Michael Helegbe (Liberty) – 3
43. Daniel Appiah (Tema Youth) – 3
44. Isaac Amoah (Tema Youth) – 3
45. Godbless Asamoah (Wassaman) – 3
46. Shaffiu Mumuni (Wassaman) – 3
47. Richard Arhin (Aduana) - 3
48. Akwasi Acheampong (Arsenals) - 2
49. Ibrahim Issakah (Berekum Chelsea) – 2
50. Larbi Coomson (Medeama) – 2
51. Ebrima Camara (Liberty) - 2
52. Jeremiah Arkorful (Tema Youth) - 2 ( +1 OwnGoal)
53. Abel Hammond (Tema Youth) - 2
54. Evans Nyarko (Wassaman) – 2
55. Michael Anaba (Kotoko) – 2
56. Laryea Kingston (Hearts) – 2
57. Prince Amponsah (Arsenals) - 2
58. Richard Yeboah (Kotoko) – 2
59. Franklyn Osei (Lions) - 2
60. Joshua Otoo (Wa All Stars) – 2
61. James Boadu (Berekum Arsenals) - 2
62. Karim Abubakar (Medeama) – 2
63. Yufa Zugah (Wassaman) – 2
64. Eric Opoku (Dwarfs) – 2
65. Nicholas Gyan (Dwarfs) – 2
66. Samuel Asiedu (Aduana) - 2
67. Tamimu Muntari (Mighty Jets) - 2
68. Mahadi Abubakar (Wassaman) – 2
69. Jordan Mintah (Wassaman) – 2
70. Emmanuel Anaafi (Lions) – 2
71. Daniel Gozah (Aduana) – 2
72. Moussa Foda Sylla (Liberty) – 2
73. Daniel Agyei (Liberty) – 2
74. Francis Coffie (Medeama) - 2
75. Benjamin Terry (Tema Youth) – 2
76. Jacob Appau (Medeama) – 2
77. Adamu Issah (Bechem) - 2
78. Godfred Gyasi (Wa All Stars) - 2
79. Uriah Asante (Hearts) – 2
80. Frank Osei (Mighty Jets) – 2
81. Yakubu Issah (Liberty) - 2
82. Fuseini Zuberu (Liberty) – 2
83. Moussa Kassey (Ashgold) – 1
84. John Arthur (Dwarfs) – 1
85. Bright Nsiah (Lions) – 1
86. Eric Fordjour (Bechem Utd) – 1
87. Adnan Saeed (Wa All Stars) – 1
88. Yaw Alexander (Chelsea) – 1
89. Emmanuel Akuoko (Aduana) – 1
90. Paul Danso (Wassaman) – 1
91. Prince Adjei (Arsenals) – 1
92. Enoch Asare (Berekum Arsenals) – 1
93. Prosper Avor (Lions) – 1 (Own goal)
94. Ekow Benson (Medeama) - 1
95. Alex Tawiah (Wa All Stars) - 1
96. Peter Ofori-Quaye (Bechem United) - 1
97. Akwesi Adu (Bechem United) – 1
98. Eric Mensah (Wa All Stars) - 1
99. Mohammed Fatawu (Kotoko) – 1
100. Mubarak Moro (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
101. Richard Kissi Boateng (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
102. Yusif Ayoma (Liberty) – 1
103. Razak Kassim (Wassaman) – 1
104. John Arthur (Dwarfs) – 1
105. Nafiu Iddrisu (Kotoko) – 1
106. Joseph Tagoe (Hearts) - 1
107. Godfred Asante (Lions) – 1
108. Richard Mensah (Wassaman) – 1
109. Mohammed Musa (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
110. Issah Saliu (Wassaman) – 1
111. Moro Awudu (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
112. Ibrahim Moro (New Edubiase) - 1
113. Emmanuel Dogbe (Medeama) – 1
114. Jafaru Danjuma (Arsenals) - 1
115. Razak Kassim (Wassaman) - 1 (Owngoal)
116. Nana Yaw Afriyie (Medeama) - 1
117. Sampson Cudjoe (Medeama) - 1
118. Samuel Boateng (All Stars) - 1
119. Eric Agyemang (Berekum Chelsea) - 1
120. Jacob Quao (Mighty Jets) - 1
121. Kofi Owusu (Mighty Jets) - 1
122. Prince Atakorah Gyimah (Hearts) - 1
123. Ekow Ghansah (Wassaman) - 1
124. Aminu Mohammed (Ashgold) - 1
125. Kenneth Owusu (Tema Youth) - 1
126. Nana Yaw Afriyie (Medeama) - 1
127. Augustine Sefa (Medeama) - 1
128. Abubukar Mumuni (Wassaman) – 1
129. Salifu Mamudar (Mighty Jets) - 1
130. Francis Narh (Tema Youth) – 1
131. Isaac Ofori (Hearts) – 1
132. Emmanuel Ephraim (Medeama) - 1
133. Stephen Manu (New Edubiase) – 1
134. Edward Kpodo (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
135. Tanko Mohammed (Medeama) – 1
136. Latif Mohammed (AshGold) - 1
137. Michael Mensah (Kotoko) – 1
138. Albert Gaisie (All Stars) – 1
139. Mohammed Abdulai (Arsenals) – 1
140. Kofi Agyare (Hearts) – 1 (Own goal)
141. Mohammed Aminu (Liberty) – 1
142. Daniel Ocran (Medeama) – 1
143. Stephen Arholu (Wassaman) – 1 (Own goal)
144. John Nanitey (Lions) – 1
145. Joseph Mugre (Wassaman) – 1
146. Prince Baffoe (Kotoko) – 1
147. Badu Asiamah (Lions) – 1
148. Samuel Sarfo (Liberty) – 1 (Own goal)
149. John Afrifa (Arsenals) – 1
150. Christopher Nkansah (Liberty) – 1
151. Eli Agbeko (Mighty Jets) – 1
152. Alhassan Nayara. (Mighty Jets) – 1
153. Daniel Asamoah (AshGold) -1
154. Kwame Boahene (Liberty) – 1
155. Johnson Adomah (Aduana) – 1 (Own goal)
156. Solomon Asante (Chelsea) – 1
157. Samuel Norgbey (All Stars) – 1
158. Ernest Baffour (Liberty – 1
159. Isaac Klevor (Mighty Jets) – 1
160. Joshua Oninku (Tema Youth) – 1
161. Sadat Karim (Hearts) - 1
162. Sacko Iddrisa (Kotoko) - 1
163. Abeiku Ainooson (Edubiase) - 1
164. Adams Basit (Edubiase) - 1
165. Richard Nyanful (Dwarfs) - 1
166. Francis Aggrey (Arsenals) - 1
167. Kennedy Ashia (Liberty) - 1
168. Francis Morton (Liberty) - 1
169. Jackson Owusu (Chelsea) - 1
170. Nana Egyir (Arsenals) - 1
171. Francis Larbi (Aduana) – 1
172.Richard Mpong (Ashanti Gold) – 1
173.Hafiz Adams (Wa All Stars) – 1
174.Francis Adjei (Arsenal) - 1
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Postby Ekow » Tue May 01, 2012 8:46 pm

GLO Premier League: Standings after match Day 26

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GLO Premier League

P W D L GF GA GD PTS
Kotoko 26 16 8 2 36 12 24 56
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AshGold 26 11 8 7 28 31 -3 41
Hearts of Oak 26 10 10 6 22 14 8 40
Aduana Stars 26 10 10 6 22 13 9 40
Medeama SC 26 12 3 11 36 29 7 39
Berekum Chelsea 25 10 9 6 25 18 7 39
Edubiase FC 26 12 3 11 33 33 0 39
Liberty 26 11 6 9 34 25 9 39
Wa All Stars 26 10 8 8 19 17 2 38
Dwarfs 26 8 8 10 22 23 -1 32
Tema Youth 26 7 8 11 30 32 -2 29
Heart of Lions 26 6 10 10 21 30 -9 28
Mighty Jets 26 5 11 10 20 27 -7 26
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Arsenals 26 6 8 12 21 33 -12 26
Bechem United 26 4 11 11 20 37 -17 23
Wassaman United 25 5 7 13 23 36 -13 22
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GPL Match day 26 wrap: Asante Kotoko land Premier League title
29 April, 2012


Asante Kotoko this afternoon lifted the Premier League title despite a 0-0 draw with Berekum Arsenal in Kumasi. This is as a result of the fact that the Porcupine Warriors’ closest rivals, Ashanti Gold and Hearts of Oak each lost its games, leaving Asante Kotoko with an unassailable 15 point lead with four matches remaining.

Emmanuel Baffour scored his 21st goal of the season and Adam Basit added a second as New Edubiase United defeated Hearts of Oak 2-0 in Bekwai.

Liberty Professionals beat Ashanti Gold 3-1 in Dansoman this afternoon. Francis Morton opened the scores in the 13th minute, after which goalkeeper and captain Daniel Agyei converted a penalty to net three goals for the season and put Liberty Professionals 2-0 up. Didier Kore reduced the deficit for Ashanti Gold just after the restart, but Latif Salifu scored with eight minutes remaining to seal all three points for the Dansoman-based club.

Aduana Stars further deepened the relegation woes of Bechem United after beating them 2-1 in Dormaa. Abubakar Mahadi scored the opener for Bechem United on 14 minutes, but two second half goals by Emmanuel Akuoko and Daniel Darkwa completed a turnaround for the former champions.

Louis Agyemang scored his 9th goal of the season as Medeama SC beat Tema Youth 1-0 in Tarkwa this afternoon.

Frank Sarfo Gyamfi scored the game’s only goal 17 minutes from time as Wa All Stars defeated Heart of Lions 1-0 in Wa.

On Saturday, Abubakar Sidi Soufian netted a brace as Mighty Jets eased relegation worries with a 2-1 win over Dwarfs in Dansoman. George Appiah scored a late consolation for Dwarfs, who played at the Carl Reindorf Park following a 12-match home ban imposed on the team for crowd violence.

The match between Berekum Chelsea and Wassaman United was postponed due to Chelsea’s continental commitments.

Detailed match day 26 results

Asante Kotoko 0-0 Berekum Arsenal

New Edubiase United 2-0 Hearts of Oak

Scorers: Emmanuel Baffour, Adams Basit

Liberty Professionals 3-1 Ashanti Gold

Scorers: Francis Morton, Daniel Agyei (pen), Latif Salifu; Didier Kore

Aduana Stars 2-1 Bechem United

Scorers: Emmanuel Akuoko, Daniel Darkwah; Abubakar Mahadi


Medeama SC 1-0 Tema Youth

Scorer: Louis Agyemang


Wa All Stars 1-0 Heart of Lions

Scorer: Frank Sarfo Gyamfi

Dwarfs 1-2 Mighty Jets

Scorers: George Appiah; Abubakar Sidi Soufian (2)
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GPL Match Day 26: Baffour races towards goalking title
30 April, 2012




New Edubiase United striker Emmanuel Baffour is edging closer to a scoring record in the top flight, as well as claiming the goal king award as well.

He has left the likes of Yakubu Mohammed and Richard Addai trailing in his wake.

With four games to go, here is the detailed goal king chart




1. Emmanuel Baffour (New Edubiase) –21
2. Mohammed Yakubu (AshantiGold) – 12
3. Richard Addae (Bechem Utd) – 11
4. Louis Agyemang (Medeama) – 9
5. Mahatma Otoo (Hearts) - 7
6. James Abban (Hearts) – 7
7. Godfred Saka (Aduana) – 7

8. Abubakar Soufian Sidi (Mighty Jets) – 7
9. Emmanuel Clottey (Berekum Chelsea) – 7
10. Latif Salifu (Liberty) - 7
11. Gilbert Fiamenyo (Lions) – 6
12. Seidu Bansi (Dwarfs) – 6
13. Ahmed Toure (Kotoko) – 6
14. Hans Kwofie (Medeama) - 5
15. Abdul Basit (Chelsea) – 5
16. Aaron Amoah (AshantiGold) - 5
17. Nathaniel Asamoah (Kotoko) – 5
18. Didier Kore (AshantiGold) – 5
19. Michael Akuffo (Kotoko) – 4
20. Kwame Frimpong (Dwarfs) – 4
21. Ben Acheampong (Kotoko) – 4
22. Bernard Akuffo (AshGold) – 4
23. Kwabena Edusei (Medeama) - 4
24. Benjamin Fadi (Lions) – 4
25. Douglas Nkrumah (Hearts) – 4
26. Stephen Amankwah (Arsenals) – 4
27. Hamza Abdulai (Tema Youth) – 4
28. Daniel Nii Adjei (Kotoko) - 4

29. Frank Sarfo Gyamfi (Wa All Stars) – 4
29. Kofi Nti Boakye (Kotoko) – 3
30. Bismark Asiedu (Dwarfs) - 3
31. Daniel Bonsu (Lions) – 3
32. Joseph Masel (Arsenals) - 3
33. Moses Odjer (Tema Youth) – 3
34. Emmanuel Laryea (Mighty Jets) – 3
35. Bernard Ofori (New Edubiase) – 3
36. Francis Narh (Tema Youth) – 3
37. Asiedu Atobrah (Edubiase) - 3
38. Emmanuel Allan (Aduana) - 3
39. Samuel Azumah (Wa All Stars) – 3
40. Peter Essien (Bechem Utd) - 3
41. Michael Helegbe (Liberty) – 3
43. Daniel Appiah (Tema Youth) – 3
44. Isaac Amoah (Tema Youth) – 3
45. Godbless Asamoah (Wassaman) – 3
46. Shaffiu Mumuni (Wassaman) – 3
47. Richard Arhin (Aduana) – 3
48. Daniel Agyei (Liberty) – 3
48. Akwasi Acheampong (Arsenals) - 2
49. Ibrahim Issakah (Berekum Chelsea) – 2
50. Larbi Coomson (Medeama) – 2
51. Ebrima Camara (Liberty) - 2
52. Jeremiah Arkorful (Tema Youth) - 2 ( +1 OwnGoal)
53. Abel Hammond (Tema Youth) - 2
54. Evans Nyarko (Wassaman) – 2
55. Michael Anaba (Kotoko) – 2
56. Laryea Kingston (Hearts) – 2
57. Prince Amponsah (Arsenals) - 2
58. Richard Yeboah (Kotoko) – 2
59. Franklyn Osei (Lions) - 2
60. Joshua Otoo (Wa All Stars) – 2
61. James Boadu (Berekum Arsenals) - 2
62. Karim Abubakar (Medeama) – 2
63. Yufa Zugah (Wassaman) – 2
64. Eric Opoku (Dwarfs) – 2
65. Nicholas Gyan (Dwarfs) – 2
66. Samuel Asiedu (Aduana) - 2
67. Tamimu Muntari (Mighty Jets) - 2
68. Mahadi Abubakar (Wassaman) – 2
69. Jordan Mintah (Wassaman) – 2
70. Emmanuel Anaafi (Lions) – 2
71. Daniel Gozah (Aduana) – 2
72. Moussa Foda Sylla (Liberty) – 2
73. Francis Coffie (Medeama) - 2
74. Benjamin Terry (Tema Youth) – 2
75. Jacob Appau (Medeama) – 2
76. Adamu Issah (Bechem) - 2
77. Godfred Gyasi (Wa All Stars) - 2
78. Uriah Asante (Hearts) – 2
79. Frank Osei (Mighty Jets) – 2
80. Yakubu Issah (Liberty) - 2
81. Fuseini Zuberu (Liberty) – 2

82. Francis Morton (Liberty) - 2
83. Moussa Kassey (Ashgold) – 1
84. John Arthur (Dwarfs) – 1
85. Bright Nsiah (Lions) – 1
86. Eric Fordjour (Bechem Utd) – 1
87. Adnan Saeed (Wa All Stars) – 1
88. Yaw Alexander (Chelsea) – 1
89. Emmanuel Akuoko (Aduana) – 1
90. Paul Danso (Wassaman) – 1
91. Prince Adjei (Arsenals) – 1
92. Enoch Asare (Berekum Arsenals) – 1
93. Prosper Avor (Lions) – 1 (Own goal)
94. Ekow Benson (Medeama) - 1
95. Alex Tawiah (Wa All Stars) - 1
96. Peter Ofori-Quaye (Bechem United) - 1
97. Akwesi Adu (Bechem United) – 1
98. Eric Mensah (Wa All Stars) - 1
99. Mohammed Fatawu (Kotoko) – 1
100. Mubarak Moro (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
101. Richard Kissi Boateng (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
102. Yusif Ayoma (Liberty) – 1
103. Razak Kassim (Wassaman) – 1
104. John Arthur (Dwarfs) – 1
105. Nafiu Iddrisu (Kotoko) – 1
106. Joseph Tagoe (Hearts) - 1
107. Godfred Asante (Lions) – 1
108. Richard Mensah (Wassaman) – 1
109. Mohammed Musa (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
110. Issah Saliu (Wassaman) – 1
111. Moro Awudu (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
112. Ibrahim Moro (New Edubiase) - 1
113. Emmanuel Dogbe (Medeama) – 1
114. Jafaru Danjuma (Arsenals) - 1
115. Razak Kassim (Wassaman) - 1 (Owngoal)
116. Nana Yaw Afriyie (Medeama) - 1
117. Sampson Cudjoe (Medeama) - 1
118. Samuel Boateng (All Stars) - 1
119. Eric Agyemang (Berekum Chelsea) - 1
120. Jacob Quao (Mighty Jets) - 1
121. Kofi Owusu (Mighty Jets) - 1
122. Prince Atakorah Gyimah (Hearts) - 1
123. Ekow Ghansah (Wassaman) - 1
124. Aminu Mohammed (Ashgold) - 1
125. Kenneth Owusu (Tema Youth) - 1
126. Nana Yaw Afriyie (Medeama) - 1
127. Augustine Sefa (Medeama) - 1
128. Abubukar Mumuni (Wassaman) – 1
129. Salifu Mamudar (Mighty Jets) - 1
130. Francis Narh (Tema Youth) – 1
131. Isaac Ofori (Hearts) – 1
132. Emmanuel Ephraim (Medeama) - 1
133. Stephen Manu (New Edubiase) – 1
134. Edward Kpodo (Berekum Chelsea) – 1
135. Tanko Mohammed (Medeama) – 1
136. Latif Mohammed (AshGold) - 1
137. Michael Mensah (Kotoko) – 1
138. Albert Gaisie (All Stars) – 1
139. Mohammed Abdulai (Arsenals) – 1
140. Kofi Agyare (Hearts) – 1 (Own goal)
141. Mohammed Aminu (Liberty) – 1
142. Daniel Ocran (Medeama) – 1
143. Stephen Arholu (Wassaman) – 1 (Own goal)
144. John Nanitey (Lions) – 1
145. Joseph Mugre (Wassaman) – 1
146. Prince Baffoe (Kotoko) – 1
147. Badu Asiamah (Lions) – 1
148. Samuel Sarfo (Liberty) – 1 (Own goal)
149. John Afrifa (Arsenals) – 1
150. Christopher Nkansah (Liberty) – 1
151. Eli Agbeko (Mighty Jets) – 1
152. Alhassan Nayara. (Mighty Jets) – 1
153. Daniel Asamoah (AshGold) -1
154. Kwame Boahene (Liberty) – 1
155. Johnson Adomah (Aduana) – 1 (Own goal)
156. Solomon Asante (Chelsea) – 1
157. Samuel Norgbey (All Stars) – 1
158. Ernest Baffour (Liberty – 1
159. Isaac Klevor (Mighty Jets) – 1
160. Joshua Oninku (Tema Youth) – 1
161. Sadat Karim (Hearts) - 1
162. Sacko Iddrisa (Kotoko) - 1
163. Abeiku Ainooson (Edubiase) - 1
164. Adams Basit (Edubiase) - 1
165. Richard Nyanful (Dwarfs) - 1
166. Francis Aggrey (Arsenals) - 1
167. Kennedy Ashia (Liberty) - 1
168. Jackson Owusu (Chelsea) - 1
169. Nana Egyir (Arsenals) - 1
170. Francis Larbi (Aduana) – 1
171.Richard Mpong (Ashanti Gold) – 1
172.Hafiz Adams (Wa All Stars) – 1
173.Francis Adjei (Arsenal) - 1
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