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Midfielder Sadiq Alhassan converted an 88th minute penalty  to win the game 2-1 for Wa All Stars as Aduana Stars goalkeeper Joseph Addo who saved a previous penalty taken by Richard Arthur in the 27th minute failed to pull another save this time as the Wa side marched on to clinch the 2016 Ghana premier league title for the first time in their history. ALSO – The fans of All Stars and Aduana Stars clashed at the Wa sports stadium some thirty minutes before the official kickoff of the game as the rival fan groups pelted stones at each other with…

Inter Allies continued their fine form as we approach the end of the 2015-16 League season with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Liberty Professionals at the Tema Sports Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. Frederick Boateng converted his 9th goal of the season from the spot in the 72nd minute to seal victory for Inter Allies in their final home game of the season. Coach Jimmy maintained the same starting line up as he made no changes to the side that beat Dreams FC 1-0 on Sunday in Dawu. Liberty were slightly ahead after the blast of the referee’s whistle, they took…

Wa All Stars were history makers Wednesday afternoon after beating title contenders Aduana Stars 2-1 to win the 2015/2016 premier league trophy. A goal each from Paul Asare and Sadiq Alhassan were all that Wa All  Stars needed to emerge champions of in the Ghana Premier League 2015/2016 season. Paul Devris  Asare shot the All Stars in front five minute after kick off time but Bright Adjei levelled things up three minutes after for Aduana Stars. The host were awarded a spot kick in the first half under a very controversial circumstances but Aduana Stars goalie Joseph Addo saved the…

Match Officials for the Ghana Premier League Day 29 games has been announced. The following are officials for GPL Day 29: MATCH: Ebusua Dwarfs vs New Edubiase Venue: Cape Coast REF: Desmond Abbey ASST 1: Sylvester Bonuedi ASST 2: A.F Zakari 4TH REF: A.D Mohammed MC: Nana Opare Akuffo MATCH: Ashantigold vs Asante Kotoko Venue: Obuasi REF: S.B Bortey ASST 1: Ben Vormaxor ASST 2: S.O Boateng 4TH REF: Jonathan Tetteh MC: M.I Salisu MATCH: WAFA vs Berekum Chelsea Venue: Sogakope REF: Sylvester Adjoku ASST 1: B.A Crentsil ASST 2: Kennedy Bentil 4TH REF: Kenny Padi MC:…

Deputy operations manager of Kumasi Asante Ali Maradona has stated Kotoko is ready to give up on their 29th week league fixture with Regional rivals Ashantigold SC on Wednesday. Ali speaking on Kumasi based Sikka FM, explained that if Kotoko is to beat Ashgold for them to be relegated, then they ( Kotoko ) will be playing it soft to ensure the Obuasi based club survive relegation. “Asante Kotoko and AshantiGold play for the Ashanti Region, if we are to beat AshantiGold for them to be relegated, then that will not happen, we won’t beat AshantiGold come Wednesday, September 14”…

Interim coach of Hearts of Oak Yaw Preko has praised his players for playing according to his game plan in their win over Abusua Dwarfs A 2nd half goal by striker Foovi Agudey brought an end to the Phobians seven game winless run. “It was all about getting the three points today. The game plan was to go in hard because we knew a point won’t be good for us. My players did well to get us the three maximum points” An elated Preko told reporters after the game. The Phobians are now third on the league table with 45…

Team manager of Kumasi Asante Kotoko Godwin Ablordey has lashed out at Ghanaian referees for not improving. The ex Kotoko player made the remarks after what he termed as “poor showing” by referee Issaka Afful in Kotoko’s  game against Medeama . “I keep hearing that referees are improving but I don’t see it. Ghanaian referees are not improving. In our time we had better referees” A disappointed Ablordey said The draw against Medeama means  the 21 time champions now have an outside chance of winning the title with 5 points adrift leaders Aduana Stars

For a team that ended its seven game winless run, It would have been celebration for the fans but that was not the case yesterday. Hearts’ 1-nil win over Abusua Dwarfs was eclipsed by protest by a section of Phobians calling for the head of managing director, Vincent Sowah Odotei and management committee member Alhaji Akanbi The aggrieved Hearts fans held banners with inscriptions “Odotei and Akanbi must go” ,chanted war songs to register their anger against the duo The two men have been under fire recently after their alleged role in the parting of ways with former coach Kenichi…

Amos Frimpong, the captain of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, has declared support for acting Head coach of the club, Michael Osei, saying “he is the best man for the job”. “Michael has managed to turn things around since he took over, I think he deserves to be the substantive coach although the last few games have not gone as we expected. “He is a good coach. Though there are criticisms, I believe he is the right man for us. He perfectly understands his players and needs time; hopefully, next season would be amazing for us. We all need to support him,”…

Latif Blessing flawless first half header was enough to deny the league leaders the opportunity to cushion their as the Northerners struggled at the Dansoman Park this afternoon. WA All Stars have been in commanding lead since the commencement of the 2015/16 league but failed to make it count as Liberty Professional victory leaves the league open. The result means the leader would have wait till Wednesday as they host 2nd place Aduana at the WA Park. Accra Hearts of Oak return to winning ways, after narrowly beating Ebusua Dwarfs at the Accra Sports Stadium. Substitute Foovi Aguidi rifled a…

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