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Glo (Ghana) Premier League 2010/2011: Week 6 Statistics

On Match Day 6, Kessben FC shook off their away loss to whipping boys Mighty Jets lasts week with an emphatic 3-1 win against the exciting New Edubiase FC

Agyeman Badu II Park, Dormaa: Aduana Stars 1-0 B.A. Stars

1-0 Benard Dong Bortey

Essipong, Sekondi: Kessben FC 3-1 New Edubiase FC

1-0 Hans Coffie

2-0 James Buadu

2-1 Stephen Manu

3-1 Joseph Hendricks

Accra Sports, Accra: Hearts of Oak 1-1 Berekum Chelsea

0-1 Abdul Bassit

1-1 Edwin Osei

Lenclay, Obuasi: Ashgold 3-0 Mighty Jets

1-0 Addoquaye Addo

2-0 Nana Yaw Afriyie

3-0 Yakubu Mohammed

Continue reading ‘Glo (Ghana) Premier League 2010/2011: Week 6 Statistics’


Glo (Ghana) Premier League: Week 5 Statistics

On Match Day 5, Mighty Jets’ midfielder Aaron Amoah shot himself into the limelight with two well-taken goals against the hitherto invincible Kessben FC. Meanwhile, at the Robert Mensah Park in Cape Coast,  Mysterious ‘Ebusua’ Dwarfs put three past Real Tamale United. The win was inspired by Francis Gyepi who made his premier league debut.


Adu Gyamfi Park, Bekwai: New Edubiase FC 0-0 Aduana Stars

Coronation Park, Sunyani: BA Stars FC 0-1 Hearts of Oak

0-1 Uriah Asante Mensah

Golden City, Berekum: Chelsea 1-0 King Faisal

1-0 Emmanuel Clottey

Robert Mensah, Cape Coast: Mysterious Dwarfs 3-0 Real Tamale United

1-0 Francis Gyepi

2-0 Bismark Asiedu

3-0 Douglas Mustafa

Wa Park, Wa: All Stars 2-2 Berekum Arsenals

1-0 Nathaniel Asamoah

2-0 Frank Nortey

2-1 Ofori Bennett

2-2 Nana Poku Continue reading ‘Glo (Ghana) Premier League: Week 5 Statistics’


Glo Premier League: Round 17 results and some interviews

DORMAA: Aduana Stars 10 Eleven Wise

HERBERT ADDO (Coach of Aduana Stars)

“Eleven Wise had a bad defensive set-up. We broke them down easily. This led to complacency which almost cost us the win. I think some of my players are not serious so beginning from this weak I will bring some serious changes in he team.”

“I want to win one game after the other. Next week, we come up against Olympics in Accra. I am going to map up a good strategy to win that game.”

“Coaching is a crazy job. We have a 17 games unbeaten run, yet when I lose just one game, fans will call for my head. So I am focused, I want to win my next game.” Continue reading ‘Glo Premier League: Round 17 results and some interviews’


Under Pressure – Five Glo Premiership coaches who are likely to get fired

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We are only two weeks into the Glo Premier League and already some coaches are feeling the pressure from club officials and fans. There are indications that some coaches are either going to put in an early resignation or they are going to get sacked.  Here is my pick of the top five coaches who may not survive the season. 

[5] Ebo Mends (Berekum Arsenal)

For a team that has no patience for home losses to play two games in the Brong-Ahafo Region (their home) without a win, there must be something wrong somewhere. Ebo Mends is on my watch list for coaching casualties. He will be lucky to survive. I am not sure if club C.E.O, Yakubu Moro will lose trust in Ebo this early, but it will be interesting to follow the reaction of fans if Berekum Arsenal does not conjure a home win against Wa All Stars on match-day 3.  Continue reading ‘Under Pressure – Five Glo Premiership coaches who are likely to get fired’


Glo Premier League 2009/2010: Round 2 Review

4002860027_d7548eccd2_oTitle holders Accra Hearts of Oak sit at the bottom of the table with no point, no goal and four goals against at the end of Round 2 of the Glo Premier League. Meanwhile, Kessben FC have ascended to the summit of the league table having won two games on a row. On the goal king front, 2008/2009 MVP Joseph Ato-Bissah’s brace against strong side Heart of Lions makes him the leader of the chart. Find details of Round 2 below.



OHENE DJAN: Hearts of Oak 0:2 King Faisal Babies

0-1 Frank Acheampong

0-2 Prince Akrong


BABA YARA: Kotoko2:1 Eleven Wise

1-0 Yahya Ganiyu

1-1 Yusif Nurudin

2-1 Kabiru Imoro

  Continue reading ‘Glo Premier League 2009/2010: Round 2 Review’


Glo Premier League 09/10 Preview: Round 2

ABRANKESE: Kessben FC-Great Olympics

 If you are a lover of beautiful football then this should be the game you are likely to be interested in. Home side Kessben are on a good run, beating King Faisal Babies 1-2 away from home in round 1. They will expect to produce another good result, but Accra Great Olympics are a difficult team to beat.

Players to watch Kessben: Richard Mpong, Prince Attakora Gyima and Bismark Idan

Players to watch Olympics: Muntari Tagoe, Malik Akowua, Eric Adjei

Prediction: Kessben 1:2 Great Olympics


WA PARK: All Stars-Ashanti Gold SC

 The Miners come to this game with an unconvincing home win against Bechem Chelsea while the Wa lads produced a spirited away draw down south. Quality wise, I rate All Stars above The Miners and I do not expect them to lose at home. However the Wa lads will have to find a good replacement for suspended Michael Ocansey.

Players to watch All Stars: Daniel Bomfa, Robert Dabuo, Kwame Nsor

Players to watch Ashgold: David Telfar, Fatau Dauda, Daniel Asamoah

Prediction: All Stars 2:0 AshGold

  Continue reading ‘Glo Premier League 09/10 Preview: Round 2’


Glo Premier League Review: Round 1

gloPrince Attakora-Gyima of Kessben FC set the season to a flying start with his 17th minute goal against home side and city rivals King Faisal at the Babayara stadium. On Week 1 of the Glo Premiership, 12, 12 goals were scored. Only two clubs managed (Heart of Lions and Ashgold) home wins. Kessben FC was the only away winner.Three games ended in draws with goals and 1 in a goalless draw. On the match day, three penalty kicks were awarded  to home teams.

 Some outstanding players were Richard Mpong of Kessben FC, Samuel Ayew Yeboah of Eleven Wise, goal keeper Muntari Tagoe of Accra Hearts of Oak, Mohammed Tanko of Heart of Lions, Prince Attakora Gyima of Kessben FC, Samuel Yaw Owusus of Berekum Arsenals. Find full details of results below:

 OHENE DJAN: Great Olympics-Asante Kotoko

Referee: Cecil Fletcher

0-1 Ofosu Appiah

1-1 James Abban(PK) Continue reading ‘Glo Premier League Review: Round 1’

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