There were lots of thrills and excitement in all three FA Cup quarter final matches played on Wednesday afternoon with Ghana Premier League, GPL sides dominating the encounters. Aduana FC, Bechem United and Dreams FC all advanced to the last four with dominant displays on the day.
The Ghana Premier League (GPL) is yet to get to the middle of the season but has witnessed many goals scored by different players from the 18 clubs. With most teams having played 12 games, let us take a look at how the goal scoring chart looks like.
The Dormaa Ogya boys are in the league with the best attackers. The experience with this attackers can never be underrated from where they are coming from. A player coming from a high pressured team to a low pressure team like Aduqna who will be content with the third and fourth position on the league.
"Shatta Wale, Lil Win and Finance minister could not be rescued from the underworld" - Prophet claim
A prophet has made a spiritual revelation about three important persons in Ghana and has warned to take steps to avert the impending spiritual crisis. The Kumasi based prophet who goes by the name Emmanuel Gyamfi, the leader of Christ Sabbath State church, revealed to Captain Smart on Onua Maakye this Wednesday morning that he was taken spiritually by God to the underworld to take a look at see what was happening there.
Former Hearts of Oak assistant trainer and the current head coach of Aduana Stars, Joseph Asare Bediako says, his charges are gradually assimilating his tactics. The “Ogya Boys” have won their last four matches on the trot after a moderate start to the season. Their week seven clash against, Great Olympics produced a 1-0 victory in their favour at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park on Sunday.
There is a saying that when one door closes another one opens and such is the ways of life most of the time. One could spend several years at football club and after his long service, his exit could bring about controversy and the player will painfully leave the club.
West Africa Football Academy had their woes of a poor season’s start deepened by Aduana Stars on Saturday. The Academy Boys, who placed third last term, have made an unimpressive start this season - losing their opening game 1-0 to rejuvenated King Faisal at the Baba Yara Stadium.
I Saw Shatta Wale, Lilwin And Minister Of Finance In Hell - Prophet Gyamfi Drops Revelation From God
Prophet Emmanuel Gyamfi from the Christ Sabbath State Church, in Kumasi have dropped another revelation, and according to him it is from God. Speaking on Onua TV on Onua Maakye with Captain Smart. Prophet Gyamfi says he saw Shatta Wale, Lilwin and the Minister of Finance in hell in a revelation he had from God.
Head coach of Karela United, Bismark Cobby Mensah has admitted to meeting a tough opposition in Aduana Stars in their opening fixture of the 2021/22 league season. The Anyinase based club were held to a 1-1 draw by two time Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park on Sunday.
Aduana Stars forward, Emmanuel Gyamfi says he was always always played out of position at former club, Asante Kotoko. The diminutive attacker has been a revelation for the “Ogya” Boys since joining them on a free transfer after being released by the record Ghana Premier League holders.
Head coach of Aduana Stars, Asare Bediako says he was well aware of Karela United’s threat before their opening fixture of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League fixture. The “Ogya” boys nearly pulled a fast one on Karela United after scoring first at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park in Anyinase on match week one on Sunday.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko have offloaded eight players to look elsewhere before the start of the 2021/2022 Ghana Premier League season kicks off on October 29, 2021. The players consist of those whose contracts will be terminated and others who will be shipped out on loan, Opemsuo Sports has learned.
Ghana Premier League clubs are shaping up fervently for the coming season. All Premier League teams have the aspiration of making an impact in the competition. Transfer issues will be part of team’s story along the preparations. Asante Kotoko have had some players linked with them while other players are reportedly leaving the club.
Controversies can never be alienated from the operations of a football club. It appears Asante Kotoko are on the way of witnessing another internal wrangling following a viral report of the exit of some senior players. Reliable sources noted of a call by some Board of Directors to coach Prosper Ogum for reasons behind the departure of senior players such as Emmanuel Gyamfi.
Head coach of Aduana Stars, Joseph Asare Bediako has described their thumping win over West Africa Football Academy as a piece of good “history”. The “Ogya Boys” have struggled in the past years to beat WAFA by a three goal margin but managed to put that past the Academy Boys this term.
The Ghana football League is the weekend menu for Ghanaian football lovers. Many football fans leave their various homes to spend just 90 minutes at various venues to catch a glimpse of their beloved club. Some fans go to the field just to watch an individual player. Football clubs attract fans likewise individual players.
Aduana FC winger, Emmanuel Gyamfi has admitted that the pressure at former club, Asante Kotoko is much compared to the one at the “Ogya Boys.” Gyamfi was released by Asante Kotoko after four glittering seasons where he also served as a deputy captain at the latter part of his career.
The beginning of the 2021/22 season saw some players leave Kumasi Asante Kotoko. These players went to play for other local clubs in the league. Among these players is Emmanuel Gyamfi who now plays for Aduana Stars. Since the start of the league, the player has been phenomenal.
Aduana FC recorded their third victory in the ongoing Ghana Premier League, (GPL) with a comfortable 3-0 win over WAFA at the Nana Agyeman Badu I Park on Saturday. Goals by Hafiz Adams, and a brace by Emmanuel Gyamfi, won the three points for the fire lads as they moved second on the table with 11 points from the six matches they have played.
Reports in the local media has it that, angry Kumasi Asante Kotoko board of directors have clashed with the CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah, for not informing them before offloading eight players which included Emmanuel Gyamfi. According to the report, majority of the board members voted against the dismissal of Emmanuel Gyamfi on their last meeting.