Hearts of Oak fall on Medeama’s knife

If Hearts of Oak had it smooth against Karela United; winning 1-0 in their opening G-8 game, their second match was rough in the hands of Medeama as they lost 2-0 to the more potent Tarkwa based side in Wednesday’s Group B game at the Cape Coast Stadium. The Phobians were actually cut to size. Medeama’s confidence was high. It glaringly showed in their movement and attack. They shot into the lead in the 15th minute through former Great Olympics and Kotoko striker, Kwame Boateng with an assist from Agyenim…

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Dreams FC expose cracks in Kotoko team

Dreams FC outplayed – and not just that, but also exposed gaping holes in Kotoko when they beat them 1-0 in Wednesday’s highly entertaining G-8 match at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Kumasi. Not only did Kotoko’s defenders looked tired, their attack was largely unimaginative with Frederick Boateng failing to cancel Richard Addae’s goal with a highly contentious penalty handed to Kotoko in the 65th minute. Dreams FC laid bare the deficiencies in Coach Polack’s setup and for a team preparing for Africa next month, they have a lot of…

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Sekondi Hasaacas to renovate club house

Division One League side, Sekondi Hasaacas are set to renovate their club house which is in deplorable state. The Giants of the West have decided to turn their abandoned club house to one which can accommodate their players moving in from outside the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis. Speaking Spice FM’s Abednego Abaidoo, a Management member of Hasaacas, Paa Kwesi revealed the club’s intention of raising GHȼ50,000.00 to undertake the project. “We’ve been spending a lot on hotel bills; even playing our 15 games at home last season; we spent about GHȼ800 on…

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Hearts of Oak to silence Medeama

The Ghalca organised G-8 tournament continues on Wednesday with potentially exciting fixtures at the two designated venues – Kumasi and Cape Coast, where Medeama will be playing Hearts of Oak. Medeama go into the game boasting of the best attack in the competition so far, after finding the back of the net six times in their opening game against Ebusua Dwarfs on Sunday. The pair of Inusah Musah and Richard Akrofi looks a difficult one to break at Hearts’ rear. And Medeama’s free scoring attack surely will bring the best of…

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Dreams FC ready to surprise Kotoko

Dreams FC will be hoping to turn things around on Wednesday when they play Asante Kotoko in their second group game of the Ghalca organised G-8 competition at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium. Dreams FC lost their opening game 1-0 score to Aduana Stars while Kotoko also defeated Eleven Wonders by the same margin. Dreams need at least a point in Wednesday’s game to stay in the competition. A win for Kotoko will effectively see them in the semifinals. Matches between the two clubs have been far and few as they have met…

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Quality of refereeing in G-8 good so far

Vice Chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA), George Amoako has praised referees who have officiated in the on-going G-8 tournament, saying that, their performance in the opening matches was impressive. George Amoako told FootballMadeInGhana.com in an interview that, the referees’ output in the first round of group matches added quality to the competition. ”This is the first time we’ve played matches in Ghana without hearing any comments after the game” he said. “People lose matches and make a lot of comments but this time no comment has been…

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Farouk Mohammed seeks Enyimba glory

Former Elmina Sharks player and now Enyimba International new recruit, Farouk Mohammed is targeting laurels with his Nigerian club. With the Nigerian league starting this weekend, Farouk Mohammed has set his eyes on wining the league title with Enyimba. Farouk Mohammed spoke exclusively to FootballMadeInGhana.com as his side prepares for Lobi Stars on match day one of the Nigerian Premier League. “I’m looking forward to winning the league and getting to the Confederation Cup. I’ve skills that I’m ready to bring on board to take the team to the next level. I believe I can…

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