Hearts of Oak-linked Keyekeh focused on fulfilling Karela FC contract

Karela United FC star Emmanuel Keyekeh has vowed to stay at the club amid serious interest from a host of Ghana Premier League clubs. The talented midfielder has been linked with a move to Hearts of Oak in the ongoing transfer window with Asante Kotoko also reportedly interested. However, Keyekeh insists he is happy with the Aiyinase based outfit and is not willing to force a move. “I will not move despite the numerous offers from Hearts and Kotoko,” he told West End Radio. “I am a Karela United player and…

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Karela United part ways with Enos Adepa

Karela United have mutually parted ways their head coach Enos Adepa due to poor performance in the Ghana Premier League. Karela United have been woeful season in the league after 15 matches played. They have amassed a measly 11 points from a possible 30 and are languished in the 17th spot on the league table, 5 points away from safety at the moment. The Communication Director of the club Samuel Eyam confirmed his sacking to Kumasi FM on Thursday. “We have verbally agreed to mutually part ways with coach Enos…

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‘Most of the players are below premier league standards’; Enos Adepa explains reasons for Karela United’s poor league form

Under fire head coach of Karela United, Enos Adepa is convinced most of his players are not premier league standard, hence their poor form in the ongoing Ghana Premier League season. Karela United have been woeful season in the league after 15 matches played. They have amassed a measly 11 points from a possible 30 and are languished in the 17th spot on the league table. They are 5 points away from safety at the moment and there is serious consideration within the club’s hierarchy to part ways with Adepa…

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Karela United to part ways with Head coach Enos Adepa

Ghana Premier League side Karela United are on the verge of sacking their head coach Enos Kwame Adepah following their poor performance in the Ghanaian top-flight league. Karela United are having a difficult season in the Ghana Premier League after 15 matches played. They have won only 2 games in 15 matches drawing 5 and losing  8 games. Footballmadeinghana.com understand management of the club are not enthused with the performance of the team and are likely to part ways with the head coach in the coming days. The management of…

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‘It’s normal’-Karela United Coach Enos Adepa responds to calls for his sack

Karela United Head Coach Enos Adepa says he’s not surprised that calls for his dismissal from the club keep intensifying. Adepa has fallen out of favor with the club’s hierarchy and fans after supervising what has been a dismal beginning to life in this season’s Ghana Premier League. After 15 rounds of matches, Karela United have managed a paltry 11 points and are lying in the relegation zone on the league log. Their record this season stands at 2 wins, 5 draws and 8 defeats and during this period they…

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The fans love me ‘brutal’, Ashgold Coach Thomas Duah dismisses claims fans want him out

Assistant Coach of AshGold SC has laughed off claims that fans of the club want him out insisting he is adored and respected instead. Duah was installed in his new role barely three weeks ago as replacement for Yakubu Mambo. The media reported that his appointment and the eventual demotion of Mambo-who resigned eventually, had caused agitations among some fans. The reports further claimed that Duah had even been barred from carrying out a training session. But speaking in the aftermath of The Miners’ win over Karela United on Sunday,…

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Match Report: Karela United 1-2 Ashantigold, Benedict Wobenu’s winner ends Ashantigold winless run and piles more misery on Karela

Ashantigold ended their three game winless run with a hard-fought win over Karela United on Sunday in the Ghana Premier League. Goals from Samed Ibrahim and Benedict Wobenu completed their comeback after Diawisie Taylor had given Karela United the lead. It was a good start to the game as both sides went all out in search of the opener. Diawisie Taylor was the first to test Robert Dabuo, but the goalkeeper did well to stop him. Amos Nkrumah also combined beautifully well with Eshun but the latter couldn’t get the…

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Match Preview: Karela United vrs Ashantigold, Karela United bids to take advantage of Ashantigold crisis and win for the first time in a while

Karela United will welcome Ashantigold at the Akoon Park on Sunday in the match day 15 of the Ghana Premier League. The home side are on the run of seven games without a win losing 4 and drawing 3 in the process. They are currently lying 17th on the log with 11points after 14 games. Enos Adepa will be going into the game knowing nothing less than a win will keep him his job. Karela United picked up a valuable point against Dreams FC last Wednesday, and they will be…

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Ghana Premier League: GFA names referees and other officials for Match Week 15

The Referees Committee has announced Match officials for the Ghana Premier League match week 15. Here are the officials for the weekend matches: BECHEM UNITED Vs ADUANA STARS (Sun) Venue: Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park Referee: Jones Akubiem Asst 1: Emmanuel Dolagbanu Asst2: Tijani Mohammed 4th Ref: Selorm Kpormegbe M/C : Mike Amedior   TECHIMAN ELEVEN WONDERS Vs EBUSUA DWARFS (Sun) Venue: Techiman Park Referee: Maxwell Owusu Asst 1: Isaac Opoku Antwi Asst2: Richard Appiah 4th Ref: Samadji Joshua M/C : M.I Salisu   BEREKUM CHELSEA Vs WAFA (Sun) Venue: Golden…

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Report: Dreams FC 0-0 Karela United- Dreams FC’s winless streak continues

The winless streaks dragged on for Dreams FC and Karela United as the teams played out a 0-0 draw in the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday. The Still Believe lads have now gone six games without a victory ( three draws and three losses) while Karela have not won in seven games. The match day 14 encounter which was played at Theatre of Dreams was a game of few chances and the draw is probably a fair reflection of the match. Both teams will be satisfied with the point as…

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