Former Hearts of Oak legendary striker Ishmael Addo holds the record as the highest Ghana Premier League goal scorer. He scored a record 22 goals in the 2001 league season as Hearts went on to win the double that season. He has been incredible for the Phobians throughout his time with them. He failed to repeat his goal scoring prowess at Hearts of Oak elsewhere. There is high chance that his record might be broken before this season ends.
Cameroonian striker Frank Mbella Etouga is hot on his heals to break that record. He has scored 14 goals so far with 14 matches remaining to end the season. He is just 9 goals shy of the record and he has 14 matches to score just 9 goals to break the record and set a new goal scoring bench mark. If he succeeds, he will become the first foreign player to win the Ghana Premier League top scorers award. Etouga has been electric for the porcupine warriors. His compatriot George Mfegue has also netted 6 goals. These 2 players are proving their worth as a regular source of goals. They are doing well and they will only continue to get better. Kudos to them and also Dr Nartey Ogum for bringing out the best in them.
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