The Premier League is becoming interesting aside from the football they play. It has now turned out to be intriguing and fascinating, with the kind of behaviour some teams are portraying of late.
Opare Addo the spokesman for Hearts of Oak, has done a lot for the club this year and defended the club on some speech circulating around. He said, the hype given to the match shouldn’t base on Emmanuel Gyamfi’s one day wonder, ironically.
No condition is permanent, is a typical example of how Hearts of oak and Kotoko are behaving. They are playing blame games, meanwhile they all have a game at hand to play before their main clash in Matchday 31.
Emmanuel Gyamfi has been instrumental in the Kotoko squad now, with a lot of commitment to the team. He has scored in all their last four encounters making him the best player of the side.
He received a punishment from their match against Inter Allies in Matchday 29, which saw him getting Okpe injured in an off-ball incident. This left the officials wandering on what to do but left it to the Status Committee.
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