Real Tamale United, Bibiani Gold Stars and Accra Lions have booked Premier League ticket from Zone 1, 2 and 3 respectively. This feat is naturally accompanied by some major expectations which could invite undue pressure on these clubs. While encouraging the three clubs to remain steady, they cannot fail to deliver at the end of 2021/22 season.
The 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League just ended and Accra Hearts of Oak became the champions once again after waiting for over a decade. The league was for a fact one of the best that the nation has ever witnessed and fans of the winners of the GPL trophy can't stop jubilating because they have waited for a quite a long time.
The renowned legend for Hearts of Oak did all what he can to visit the team at Techiman, to have a word or two with the players before they kick off this evening.All the way from Bibiani Gold Stars camp to wish the boys well in their games ahead.
Zone Two of the Division One League seems to have churned out a winner, following Bibiani Gold Stars’ 2 - 0 win over second-placed Skyy FC at home.Goals from Joshua Akoto and Prince Kwabena Owusu sealed victory for coach Kobbina Amissah’s team.The leaders have stretched the lead at the apex.
The jostle for Premier League football appears to have been achieved by Bibiani-based Gold Stars. The Zone Two leaders have gone through the mill, traveled across towns to play opponents, win, lose and draw in the course of the season. From Match Day to one to present, Gold Stars have never lost track of what ought to be achieved.
Zone Two leaders Bibiani Gold Stars have sealed qualification to the Ghana Premier League after sharing spoils with Pacific Heroes. Bibiani Gold Stars are now on 62 points. Although Skyy FC won to move to 56 points, it was enough to compete for the sole ticket. The long-awaited qualification was pulled off based on how the club started the season.
The race to qualify to the premiership in Ghana from the National Division One, Zone Two begins this weekend with action at all centres within the enclave. Nzema Kotoko will open their account with a home game against Bibiani Gold Stars on Sunday at the Aiyinase CAM Park. They will hope to kick off their campaign with a win as they aim to become the second team from Nzemaland to make it to the Ghanaian top-flight after Karela United FC. Gold Stars have huge financial backing from the mining firm that sponsors