A football club always heaves a sigh of relief when they finally grab a player they have been chasing for a very long time. Most of the time the bigger club chasing a player from a smaller club will have to grapple with statements like “our player is not for sale”, “we don’t sell our players to these clubs” as well as astronomical price tags.
The battle for survival hit its crescendo during the final round of matches of the Ghana Premier League. Liberty Professionals and Ebusua Dwarfs were the two teams to join the relegation queue. Aside Inter Allies who were relegated last two weeks, at least four clubs had their destiny to fight for on the final day.
Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly published articles. LIKE and SHARE the article. The 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League (GPL) season was at its climax in Matchday 33. Matchday 33 games was of very much interest to most Ghanaian football loving fans. The Matchday didn't fail to deliver it's surprises.
Whatever has to be done will be done by King Faisal and Elmina Sharks to avoid a demotion from the Ghana Premier League, but that hinges on how fellow strugglers such as Liberty Professionals, Ebusua Dwarfs and Legon Cities. The final round of matches could be a destiny changer for some beleaguered clubs, but others cannot elude the agony of relegation.
The quest to maintain the status quo continues for some Ghana Premier League clubs, in the midst of what appears to be a state of despair. Some club owners made a solemn pledge to fight till last day to avoid relegation, but that is almost becoming a losing battle.
Last days are dangerous in almost every moment or occasion. Assurances that are not backed by actions will end in futility. This perfectly narrates the prevailing circumstances of Alhaji Gruzah’s King Faisal. “King Faisal will surely remain in the Ghana Premier League at the end of the season," Alhaji Abdul Karim Gruzah once told Kumasi based Angel FM.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko are second on the Ghana Premier League log with 57 points. The porcupine royals have been on an incredible form this season. They were unbeaten in their last ten matches, before their lost against their arch-rivals Accra Hearts of Oak. They played 1-1 with King Faisal babes on Saturday.
With the Ghana Premier League coming to an end this weekend, we take a look at the teams that could join Inter Allies on relegation. Accra Hearts of Oak won the league title last weekend but were officially crowned champions yesterday despite 1-0 defeat to WAFA at Sogakope.
The Ghana Premier league 20/21 season came to and end just a couple of hours ago. Accra Hearts of Oak won the league a week ago and were crowned league champions yesterday though they lost their last match to Wafa who came third and took away medals and a sum of 80,000ghc as the 2nd runner-up price.
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Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly published articles. LIKE and SHARE the article. Credit: myinfo.com.gh As the end 2020/2021 season of Ghana Premier League (GPL) is fast approaching, points in these last games are very precious. Hence no room is given for errors but the focus is to obtain the three maximum points in the last games of the season.
Accra Hearts of Oak need four points from their last three matches to be crowned the 2020/21 Ghana premier league champions. This follows rivals, Asante Kotoko’s 1-1 draw against King Faisal at the Len Clay Stadium on Saturday in match day 32. The Porcupine Warriors have not won the league title for the past eight seasons and were tipped as one of the clubs to claim this season’s title following the appointment of Chief Executive, Nana Yaw Amponsah which culminated in a massive investment and sponsorship drive to the club.
After the phobias disgraced the porcupine warriors on match day 31 at the Accra Sports Stadium last Sunday, many soccer fans in Ghana, particularly supporters of Asante Kotoko were optimistic that all hope wasn't lost. And were looking forward to win the remaining three matches against King Faisal at Len Clay Sports Stadium before they trek to Bechem to battle Bechem United and finish the season with a home tie against Elmina Sharks.
Liberty Proffessionals relegated after two decades in the Ghana Premier League. The scientific soccer lovers has been relegated to the second tier first division level of Ghana Football when next season begins. The Dansoman based club was relegated after drawing goalless with King Faisal at the Anyinase park.
On November 11, 1911, the Accra Hearts of Oak sporting club was created in the then-Gold Coast. The club is known as the Phobians, but after they conquered Africa in the year 2000, they were dubbed the Rainbow Boy. The Premier League club is one of the most successful in the league.
Kumase Asante Kotoko vrs King Faisal. Asanteman Nkoosoo is activated. Kumase Asante Kotoko faces King Faisal in the Ghana Premier League in a tricky encounter. King Faisal is in the relegation zone of the Ghana premier league whereas Kotoko are trying to fight for the league title till the end.
Former Hearts of Oak striker, Sadat Karim says incessant injuries disrupted his career at the Phobians. Karim played for Hearts of Oak in the 2011/12 season under Serbian coach, Nebosa Vucicevic but a bad groin injury hampered his playing time at the 20-time champions. The groin injury reappeared under current Black Stars coach, Charles Akonnor when the service of Vucicevic was dispensed with.
MTN FA Cup 2020-2021 has gained much love after entering it's R32 stage today. The Premier League clubs joined at the R64 after the elimination stages of the preliminary stages. Clubs such as Vipers, Skyy FC, Asokwa Depotivo and others from Division one have qualified while the likes of Kato Freedom Fighters, Windy Professionals, Aboi Young Stars have also qualified from the 2nd tier.
The love of the game is indeed back considering how competitive the Ghana Premier League table has become after match day 30. For today soccer fans in Ghana, particularly supporters of Accra Hearts Oak can boast of winning the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League after their sensational player of the moment, Daniel Afriyie Barnie wins the bragging rights as they ran away with a slim win in the clash between the two most glamorous clubs at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko drew Parity with Kumasi based club King Faisal Babes.The game was full of attraction. The fabulous boys lost against their arch-rivals Accra Hearts of Oak by 1-0 but they were poised to record a victory against the Babes. Kotoko were unbeaten in their last ten matches before their lost against Hearts.