In an interview with the club, their captain Ishaaka promised their retyurn to the premier league and this donation marks the beginning of their good wishes to the Muslim community. Their donations is not just a joke but wants to get the luck from the Chief Imam of the commuunity to grace them with some blessing. This year is the year of return as they are ready to do anything possible for them to be part of the league and compete with the Hearts of Oak's and Kotoko. Ghana premier league side Sekondi Hasaacas have released a video wishing all Muslim fans Eid Mubarak. The short clip posted on the club's official Twitter handle features midfielder Mutala Ishaaka sending his message to the supporters. Sekondi Hasaacas FC is a Ghanaian professional association football club based in Sekondi-Takoradi. The club won the Ghana Premier League in 1977 and is currently participating in the Division One League following relegation from the 2015-16 Ghana Premier League. The side is the most followed football club in the Western Region, a region of almost 4 million population and is nicknamed Hasmal which comes with the response 'We Go Doo'.
The visit was led by Kwabena Boafo, Raymond Fenney, Atta Yawson, John Ainoo, Paul Bismark Mensah and George Owu who were all teammates of Kofi Abbrey at Sekondi Hasaacas. In a short ceremony, the group donated items like bags of rice , cooking oil, toiletries, detergents, milo, crate of eggs, soaps, fruits , toothpaste and an undisclosed amount of money to the former Black Stars winger. Raymond Feyenneh stood on behalf of the group to present the donation to Kofi Abbrey. The group who played with Kofi Abbrey in the last stages of his career at Sekondi Hasaacas express how he took them as his younger siblings at the team, his love and advise for them which propel most of them to reach higher height in their career.
The traditional clubs in Ghana has been very instrumental in their dealings with their old players. They hardly forget themselves because they have made an impact in the Ghana premier league for ones. It took only Kwesi Appiah to see that the old players who played for the Black Stars did all what they can with their heart, soul and body without thinking twice about money, so his part of the salary will go straight to help the old players of the Black Stars. And donations has been ongoing in the Sekondi club to appreciate the members and players within their playing days at the club. This is a very generous gesture which brings back the love of some teams and the big clubs in the league like Hearts of Oak and Kotoko should be remembered like this as a force to reckon with. The 1977 Ghana Premier League champions announced the development on their official website on Tuesday. Hasaacas, also Ghana FA Cup and Super Cup winners in 1985, currently play in the second tier following relegation from the elite division in 2015-16. Board chairman of Ghanaian side Sekondi Hasaacas, Nana Kwesi Agyeman IX, has been kidnapped.
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