Head coach of West Africa Football Academy, Guillermo Zaragoza has abstained from speaking much about a referee’s decision that earned them a penalty against Great Olympics in week five. Match day referee, Bahsiru Dauda controversially pointed to the spot after Great Olympics right-back, Philip Sackey was adjudged to have brought down Marvin Owusu in the dying embers of the game at the Sogakope Park.
West Africa Football Academy’s young midfielder, Lawrence Agyekum says they were shocked by the performance Legon Cities FC in their match week four clash. The Academy Boys’ quest to win their first game of the season was pegged back twice by the Royals in Sogakope on Sunday in week four.
Accra Hearts of Oak and WAFA have shared spoils follow a 1 - 1 result in Sogakope. Kofi Kordzi shot Acct Hearts of Oak into the lead while Samson Agyapong cancelled out for the youngsters. Coach Samuel Boadu and his charges were hoping to win the match day two game to boost confidence.
West Africa Football Academy could afford a smile after earning their first three points of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season. The Academy Boys were awarded a questionable penalty late in their week five clash against Great Olympics in Sogakope in Saturday. Military man-cum WAFA striker, Justus Torsutse scored from the spot with a few seconds to close the match and and go on five points from five games.
Hearts Of Oak traveled to Sogakope to have West Africa Football Academy I'm what looked like a difficult game for the visitors when before kick-off. It looked difficult in the sense that Accra Hearts Of Oak have struggled to beat WAFA in Sogakope in recent years and lost by a goal to nil last season.
Starting a football season on a jerky note is not what every club cherishes and that club must fight to keep the speed as the season wears on. That is the story of a lot of football clubs and the situation they are faced with in the start of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season.
Ghana Premier League defending champions Accra Hearts of Oak appear to be under pressure having gone two matches without a win. Any outcome apart from win in tomorrow’s game against Aduana Stars could escalate the growing agitation among their large following. In their opening fixture at home, Accra Hearts of Oak lavished glaring chances to split honors with Legon Cities.
Accra Hearts of Oak face a stern test as they travel to West African Football Academy, WAFA, in a match day two encounter of the Ghana Premier League. The fixture comes in a must-win for the defending champions. The home side has found itself in a tricky spot which does not permit consecutive defeats in the Ghana Premier League.
The Ghana Premier League match day two saw last season’s champions, Accra Hearts of Oak travel to Sogakope to face Academy boys, West Africa Football Academy (WAFA). The keenly contested match saw both teams share the points in a 1-1 draw as West African Football Academy (WAFA) continued to enjoy their unbeaten home run against the defending champions.
West Africa Academy midfielder, Sampson Agyapong says they will keep fighting to get good results as the season keeps wearing on. WAFA, who were red hot last season, started the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League on a jerky note after losing 1-0 to a revived King Faisal at the Baba Yara Stadium in week one.
West Africa Football Academy midfielder, Sampson Agyapong has admitted that they found it difficult to split open Hearts of Oak’s defence in the second half of their drawn game on Friday. The Academy Boys held the defending league champions to a 1-1 draw at the Sogakope Park in the second week of the 2021/22 league game.
King Faisal, Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak have their respective stories to tell after two matches in the Ghana Premier League. King Faisal surprised pundits and football loving fans across Ghana following their unanticipated comprehensive victory over Aduana Stars. The win was least imagined as they played Aduana Stars in Dormaa Ahenkro.
Head coach of West Africa Football Academy, Guillermo Zaragoza says the squad needs to play well in order to get the needed results. The Sogakope side have collected just one point from two opening games in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season. WAFA were pinned down 1-0 in their first game against a renascent King Faisal at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi before a spirited performance saw them come from a goal down to hold defending champions, Hearts of Oak to a 1-1 draw at Sogakope in week 2.
We witnessed some amazing games over the weekend in the Ghana premier, as well as some scintillating individual brilliance from some players. We have compiled the list of the man of the match awardees at the various venues in this article. WAFA 1-1 Hearts of Oak ( Sampson Agyapong)
To all the sympathisers and supporters of Hearts of Oak, their team is now getting the needed strength back. As the Phobians arrived in Sogakokpe, they decided to take some better pictures to release some pressure from themselves. It is only Hearts of Oak that is played today and was looking for a win which a lot of supporters are also looking ahead.
In the modern game teams that play nice football put the ball on the turf and build up from the goalkeeper until they score. That system has its designed training and that's what I have carefully mastered and teaches my players everywhere I go. I want kotoko to play a beautiful game that would please everyone who watches the team at training in games.
Amassing points in every league starts from the beginning, and the earlier you begin to pick necessary points the brighter your successes in the league. In a league where the psychology of the men in affairs is that you don’t win away games, it becomes acceptable for teams to accept defeat on the road.
On Friday 5 November 2021, Hearts of Oak will take on WAFA in their second Premier league match. Both teams are seeking their first win after a draw and lose respectively. Pressure is mounting on both sides. The best coach in the league is winless in his last two games against Wydad Athletic Club and Legon Cities.
Head coach of Accra Hearts Of Oak, Samuel Boadu has named a strong starting eleven to face West Africa Football Academy in week two of the Ghana Premier League. Both teams failed to pick maximum points in week one with Hearts Of Oak sharing spoils against city rivals Legon Cities and WAFA drawing one all at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium against King Faisal.
Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum guided WAFA to third last season Former Ghanaian coach Kwasi Appiah has a Phd,Dr.Prosper Narteh Ogum supports success in the club. The former WAFA boss accepted hard work and started pre-season training on Monday. Ogum’s mission is to help Qinzi regain her dominance in the local area and return to Africa.