Accra base team, inter allies started the 2020/2021 season playing their home matches at the Accra sports stadium.They played nine (9) home matches won 4, loosed 4 and drew 1 making them to be at the last bottom of the league table.Due to many lost of their home matches, it was said that, the Accra sports stadium is not favoring them so they decided to change their home grounds before the start of the second round.
Ex-Ghana international, Felix Aboagye has advised players joining the Algerian league to act professionally and be discipline if they must succeed.His statement comes following the exodus of three Ghanaian attackers to the Algerian top flight.With some Ghanaian players previously experiencing harrowing tails in the North African league, Aboagye believes it will be prudent to remain discipline if one wants to succeed.
Inter Allies head coach, Felix Aboagye knows the tall mountain he has to climb to save his side from playing second tier football next season.The Capelli Boys lie bottom of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League table following a horrendous start to their campaign.
Ghana’s thirst for an Africa Cup of Nations trophy might not end soon if the nation does not put its house in order ahead of the 2021 AFCON in Cameroon next year.
Ghana Premier League club, Elmina Sharks have experienced a renaissance in the past few weeks of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier.The club parted ways with head coach, Yaw Acheampong and his assistant, Felix Aboagye on the grounds of poor performance.Ex-Ghana international, Odartey Lamptey was appointed to run the affairs of the club on temporary bases until the end of the season and has not done badly.
Inter Allies suffered a painful defeat on Monday against Legon Cities FC at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Capelli Boys lost to the Royals in match day 28. Legon Cities striker, Cephas Doku’s 57th minute goal gave Cities all three points. Inter Allies coach, Felix Aboagye says his team let themselves down against the Royals.
Inter Allies head coach, Felix Aboagye says he wants to put in the necessary work to help the club avoid relegation.The Capelli Boys named the ex-Ghana international as a substantive coach following the exit of Serbian, Danijel Mujkanovic.
Former Ghanaian attacker Felix Aboagye has been hugely blamed for the defeat of the Central/Western team in the game organized by the Ghana Football Association and the Ghana Tourism Authority on Sunday, November 8, 2020 at the Ndoum stadium. Felix Aboagye had brace in the first stanza of the game after squandering many goalscoring opportunities despite the porous defence of the Accra team comprising Sammy Osei Kuffour and Emmanuel Armah Senegal with goalkeeper Memunatu Sulemana. The first half ended 3:1 in
Ex-Ghana international, Felix Aboagye says he is bidding his time in his quest to land a national team job.Aboagye, 45, is the current coach of Ghana Premier League strugglers, Inter Allies FC.Having served under 2009 U-20 World Cup winning coach, Sellas Tetteh and George Lamptey as assistant at Liberty Professionals, his experience cannot be underestimated.
The sharks have gone five league matches without a win and are adamant the situation will change in no more time.Coach Yaw Acheampong has been axed by the board and he is been replaced by ex Black Star midfielder Odartey Lamptey which will be a massive boast for the team. Nii
Ghana Premier League side, Inter Allies, has selected Felix Aboagye as partner mentor of the club until the finish of the flow season, with a choice to expand his visit for a further season.
Inter Allies coach, Felix Aboagye has admitted that they can only get out of bottom of the table if they play well against Asante Kotoko. Allies have a tough game against Kotoko in match day 29 at the Dawu Park on Sunday, June 13. The “Capelli Boys” have gathered just 26 points from 28 matches with six games to end the season.
News gleaned from Bantama yesterday, Friday April 23, indicates that some armed robbers stormed the Bonsam Gyam enclave of Bantama in the Ashanti Regional capital Kumasi, in evening around 7 pm, taking away a huge sum of money from an MTN mobile money vendor whose CCTV barely spotted them.
Inter Allies striker, Emmanuel Igwe says he and his team mates must work hard to claim all three points from Kotoko in week 29 of the 2020/21 Ghana premier league. The “Capelli Boys” last Sunday, lost painfully by 1-0 to Legon Cities FC. Cities striker, Cephas Doku’s 57th minute strike at the Accra Sports Stadium was enough for Allies to succumb to the Royals.
The problems of Inter Allies deepened on match day 22 after losing Bechem United at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park last Sunday.The Capelli Boys are grappling with having to get out of the relegation zone of the 2020/21 Ghana premier league table.The Eleven-Is-to-One Boys conceded their first goal in the 32nd minute from Moro Salifu’s penalty.