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Postby Ekow » Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:22 pm

Berekum Chelsea reschedule Liberia flight for tomorrow

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Postby Paddyreus » Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:31 am

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Postby kebashorificatious » Sun Feb 19, 2012 10:47 am

Young Africans 1:1 Zamalek

Home draw puts Yanga in a corner

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Dar es Salaam. Coach Kostadin Papic cut a distraught figure after Young Africans surrendered a 1-0 first half lead to settle for a one-all draw with Egypt’s Zamalek in the Africa Champions League first leg match yesterday.

The normally confident Serbian admitted that the result put his team in a precarious position ahead of the return leg in Cairo in two weeks’ time.
In Kigali, a second half goal by Ndayimishiye Yusuf salvaged a 1-1 draw for hosts Kiyovu against Simba in the Africa Confederation Cup first leg. At the National Stadium, Yanga, motivated by a Sh140million bonus for a win, seemed destined for a win until in the 74th minute when second half substitute Amr Hassan Zaki levelled matters for the Egypt team.

Zaki capitalised on a defensive mix-up to unleash a sizzling shot that gave goalie Shaaban Kado no chance, four or so minutes after coming in for Ahmed Abdelsamoa.

The results made the return leg in Cairo, Egypt in two weeks' time a virtual formality for the Jangwani Street outfit. It also revived unhappy memories for Kostadin Papic’s lads, who have always failed to shine whenever they are up against the Northern African teams.

Yanga, who have never eliminated an Egyptian team in any tournament, need a win of at least one clear goal in the return leg to make it into the next round.
After a bright start in the well-attended match at the 60,000-seater National Stadium, the hosts were surprisingly out of sorts in the second half. The game was only seconds old when Zamalek almost took a shock lead, with keeper Kado doing well to save Omoto Razak’s close range shot off Istam Ismael’s quick pass.
Seven minutes into the game, Hamis Kiiza crossed from the right for Kenneth Asamoah, with only defender Alexis Mendomo’s toe diverting the goal-bound ball off the near post.

Another chance for Yanga to break the stalemate came in the 17th minute when Asamoah latched into a Stepahno Mwasika pass, but his poorly taken effort went wide.

Asamoah, who had a disappointing afternoon, fluffed another easy chance two minutes later when, with only keeper Sayed to beat, saw his shot miss target. In the 33rd minute, goalie Kado denied the six-time Africa Champions League champions what could have been the match-opener when he dived full length to parry off a sizzling shot by Istam Iasmel for an abortive corner.

The match-opener for the Yanga came five minutes to half time when the visitors’ keeper Sayed misjudged a long range shot by the hosts’ Ugandan striker Hamis Kiiza. The shot took a slight deflection off the post before sliding into the back of the net, leaving goalie Sayed flat footed.A goal for Simba in Kigali was netted by Mwinyi Kazimoto in the 43rd minute.

Line ups: Yanga-Shaaban Kado, Shadrack Nsajigwa, Stephano Mwasika/Oscar Joshua, Nadir Haroub, Athuman Idd, Juma Seif, Omega Seme, Haruna Niyonzima, Davies Mwape/Shamte Ali, Kenneth Asmoah and Hamis Kiiza.

Zamalek- Abdi el Sayed, Mahmoud Abdo, Hany Saad Ahmed, Alexis Mendomo, Nour Sayed Mohamed, Ahmed Othman, Sabry Abdelmonteb, Ibrahim Abdelfattaq, Istam Ismael/Mohamed Sayed, Omoto Yossi Razak and Ahmed Fathi Abdelsamoa/Amr Hassan Zaki.
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Postby Paddyreus » Sun Feb 19, 2012 6:01 pm

LISCR FC 0-2 Berekum Chelses
0-1 Eric Agyemang
0-2 Prince Arko

In van der Plume we trust
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Postby Empire of Victory » Sun Feb 19, 2012 6:05 pm

Paddyreus wrote:LISCR FC 0-2 Berekum Chelses
0-1 Eric Agyemang
0-2 Prince Arko

In van der Plume we trust


keep rolling rolling rolling!!!
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Postby Obielord » Sun Feb 19, 2012 6:07 pm

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Postby kebashorificatious » Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:51 pm

ITYS .....cool chop 8)
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Postby himself » Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:25 pm

Paddyreus wrote:This team will shock Africa. The coach is good and the boys are good.

Deciiva's Baba Adamu Amando failed van der Plume's fitness criteria

I, for one, questioned why they bought him and Charles Taylor. I believe the true motive was to offload them to some Arab clubs and clear them out as i do not think they have anything significant to contribute to their season.
I do not think Van der Plume is any genius but good to see they got off to a flying start.
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Postby kofi188 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:32 pm

Reports say Jordan Opoku came off the bench to score the second goal for Bechem Chelsea United.
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Postby kebashorificatious » Mon Feb 20, 2012 12:11 am

The play off vs Wydad Casablanca will be much tighter. These Morrocans are used to beat our teams left & right.
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Postby Paddyreus » Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:15 am

himself wrote:
Paddyreus wrote:This team will shock Africa. The coach is good and the boys are good.

Deciiva's Baba Adamu Amando failed van der Plume's fitness criteria

I, for one, questioned why they bought him and Charles Taylor. I believe the true motive was to offload them to some Arab clubs and clear them out as i do not think they have anything significant to contribute to their season.
I do not think Van der Plume is any genius but good to see they got off to a flying start.


Plume may not be a genius but u do agree that the man has added something to B. Chelsea
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Postby Paddyreus » Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:25 am

himself wrote:
Paddyreus wrote:This team will shock Africa. The coach is good and the boys are good.

Deciiva's Baba Adamu Amando failed van der Plume's fitness criteria

I, for one, questioned why they bought him and Charles Taylor. I believe the true motive was to offload them to some Arab clubs and clear them out as i do not think they have anything significant to contribute to their season.
I do not think Van der Plume is any genius but good to see they got off to a flying start.


Plume may not be a genius but u do agree that the man has added something to B. Chelsea
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Postby Ekow » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:41 pm

Berekum Chelsea name strong line-up to face LISCR
Posted On Sunday, 19th February 2012
Abdul Basit Mohammed will captain Berekum Chelsea against LISCR
By Kofi Asare Brako

Berekum Chelsea coach Hans Van der Plyum has named a familiar starting line-up against Liberia side LISCR in the CAF Champions League debut tie afternoon.

Goalkeeper Ernest Sowah, a member of Ghana’s Nations Cup squad, has been picked to remain between the sticks.

Centre-back Nafiu Awudu who joined in the January transfer window has earned a starting place ahead of Ahmed Adams.

The former King Faisal player will partner Edward Kpodo at the heart of defence.

Newcomer Joseph Ato Bissah has also been handed his debut in the middle of the park.

The match will be played at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
The match which is expected to attract a huge crowd at the stadium will mark the debut appearance of the visitors.

The return leg takes place at the Golden City Park, Berekum in two weeks.

The winner of the two-leg encounter goes on to meet Raja Casablanca of Morocco who have already drawn a bye.

The winner of this year’s CAF Champions League earns a berth at the FIFA Club World Cup competition, a tournament contested between all the champion clubs from all six continental federations.

Starting Line-Up

Ernest Sowah-Eric Agyeman, Richard Kissi Boateng, Awudu Nafiu, Edward Kpodo-Yaw Alexander, Solomon Asante, Joseph Ato Bissah, Abdul-Basit Mohammed, Awudu Moro-Musah Mohammed.

Subs: Collins Addo, Alfred Arthur, Jordan Opoku, Ahmed Adams, Prince Papa Arko, Isaac Morgan, Wahab Yahaya.

Source: berekumcheslea.com
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Postby Ekow » Tue Feb 21, 2012 10:11 pm

Latest results: Orange Champions League
02-19-2012

Subject : Latest results: Orange Champions League

ASFA Yennenga (BUR) 0-0 ASO Chlef (ALG)
Vita Club (COD) - Athletico Olympic (BDI)
DFC Arrondissement (CAF) 1-0 Astres Douala (CMR)
Young Africans (TAN) 1-1 Zamalek (EGY)
Missile (GAB) 3-2 Africa Sports (CIV)
Ports Authority (SLE) 0-0 Horoya (GUI)
Foullah Edifice (CHA) 0-0 JSM Bejaďa (ALG)
AFAD Djekanou (CIV) 1-0 Diables Noirs (CGO)
Tusker (KEN) 0-0 APR (RWA)
Coin Nord Mitsamiouli (COM) 1-0 Coffee (ETH)
ASGNN (NIG) 0-0 Tonnerre (BEN)
Orlando Pirates (RSA) 1-3 Recreativo Libolo (ANG)
Revenue Authority (UGA) 3-0 Correctional Services (LES)
Mafunzo (ZAN) 0-2 Liga Muculmana (MOZ)
Brikama Utd (GAM) 0-1 US Ouakam (SEN)
Ela Nguema (GEQ) 0-3 Dolphins (NGR)
LISCR (LBR) 0-2 Berekum Chelsea (GHA)
Green Mamba (SWZ) 2-4 Platinum (ZIM)
Japan Actuel (MAD) 1-5 Power Dynamos (ZAM)
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Postby Ekow » Thu Mar 01, 2012 7:28 pm

Berekum Chelsea coach set sights on Champions League tie
Posted On Thursday, 1st March 2012

Berekum Chelsea coach Hans Van Der Plyum is looking to inflict more misery on LISCR FC in the return leg of the Caf Champions League.

The Dutch trainer led Chelsea to a much needed win over All Stars in the Premier League on Wednesday and has now turn sights on the weekend’s clash with the Liberian side despite holding a healthy 2-0 lead in the tie.

The Blues boss however insists support will be key in the making of what is expected to be a confortable win at Berekum.

“The most important thing is we continue to make our fans happy,” he said.

“We beat them away so we should be able to finish off the job in Berekum.

“I hope the fans come in their number to support the team to victory on Sunday because it is really needed.”

Chelsea is Ghana’s sole representative this season in African club competition following the withdrawal of Nania FC from the Confederations Cup due to inadequate funds.
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Postby Ekow » Thu Mar 01, 2012 9:58 pm

Berekum Chelsea receives donation ahead of CAF Champions League clash
29 February, 2012

By Stephen Amos

Reigning Premier League champions Berekum Chelsea have received a cheque donation of GH¢5000 from the Berekum Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Lord Stephen Oppong ahead of their CAF Champions League second leg against Liberia's LISCR on Sunday at the Golden City Park.

The gesture is to aid the club in its preparations for the match and beyond.

Hon. Oppong also donated a cheque of GH¢2000 to city rivals Berekum Arsenal ahead of its continuing campaign to avoid relegation in the Glo Premier League.
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Postby Ken'To » Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:42 pm

Yeahhhh!!! :lol: Lets go local Blues...!!!

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Postby Akokora Gyeene » Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:40 pm

So Africa don copy Europe step by step 100% :cry: :cry:
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Postby 4th_Official » Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:07 am

Akokora Gyeene wrote:So Africa don copy Europe step by step 100% :cry: :cry:
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Postby Ekow » Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:17 pm

Chelsea to play Champs Lge tie in Berekum
Posted On Tuesday, 28th February 2012

Ghanaian champions Berekum Chelsea will play their CAF Champions preliminary round return leg tie at the Golden City Park.

The Confederation of African football has approved the venue as the host Liberian champions LISCR this Sunday.

The venue was renovated work to meet the requirement of the continent’s football governing body.

The dressing rooms for players, referees and match commissioners have been refurbished.

A tunnel has been erected to link the dressing room and the pitch.

The VIP stand has been put into shape and a press box has been built.

“CAF has sanctioned the Berekum venue so we can use it on Sunday for our match against the Liberians,” a club official Oduro Sarfo said in an interview.

“They (CAF) instructed retired Ghanaian official L.O Laryea to do the inspection of the venue and it has been approved.

“The venue has been transformed and renovated to the extent that it is one of the best mini-stadiums you can talk of in Ghana now.”

Berekum Chelsea hold a 2-0 advantage from the first leg played in Monrovia a fortnight ago.

Source: MTNFootball.com.
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