League leaders and the only team with a 100% win ratio in the Ghana Premier League increased their preparations for their next game against Karela United with a convincing win against Kenpong Football Academy by 5 goals to Nil. Kenpong Football Academy is managed by former coach of the Black Stars, Kwesi Appiah but his team was not strong enough to match the abilities of the Ghana Premier League leaders.
Indeed Ghana football is really growing in terms of investors investing into the game. Kenpong Football Academy owned by famous Ghanaian business man Kennedy Agyapong has acquired a bus which has a toilet and WiFi facilities in the business. This has never happened nor seen before elsewhere in the country.
Kenpong Football Academy is quickly becoming the country's most sought-after and desired location for football talent. The academy, which is owned by business billionaire Kennedy Agyapong (Kenpong), has set out to be a model club for soccer academies in the country, and all indications are that it is on its way to achieving this ambitious aim.