Diawisie Taylor hails teammates after victory over Ashanti Gold

Karela United striker Diawisie Taylor has hailed his teammates after snatching a late victory over AshantiGold to set a tie with Asante Kotoko in the finals of the NC Special Competition Tier One. The Aiyinase-based club defied odds to beat the Miners at their own backyard to qualify to finals of the Special Competition. Diawisie Taylor scored his tenth goal of the season late in the game to secure a memorable victory for Karela United. Speaking to the media after the game, Taylor lauded his teammates for putting up a…

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NC SPECIAL: Ashanti Gold – Karela United – Len Clay to be set ablaze as Miners take on Karela

Ashanti Gold welcome Karela United at the Len Clay Sports Stadium in what will be a fiercely contested semi final encounter in the NC Special Competition. This is the second time these two team are meeting, Ashanti Gold came on top (1-0) in the only previous encounter which was in the truncated league. Ashanti Gold are still competing in both the Tier One and Two competitions while Karela United’s only chance to win a silverware depends on Sunday’s game. Ashanti Gold finished on top of Zone A whilst Karela United…

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SPECIAL COMPETITION: GFA-NC announce equal disbursement of gate proceeds for clubs in semifinals

Following agitations by Asante Kotoko and Karela FC, the GFA-NC has announced equal disbursement of gate proceeds for clubs in the semifinal stage of the Tier I on the competition. All semifinal clubs will take home equal share with the NC taking 10% of the proceeds. In a statement released by the NC, all participating clubs shall take home 45% of the gate proceeds. “After carefully considering the concerns raised by clubs and appeals over the disbursement of gate proceeds, has decided to review the percentage stake of gate proceeds…

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NC agree to give Kotoko and Karela United 40% of proceeds for semifinals games

The Normalization Committee has agreed to grant Asante Kotoko and Karela United their wish giving them 40% of the gate proceeds in their clashes with Hearts of Oak and AshGold respectively. According to Chairman of the Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA), the Normalization Committee have backed down to their initial decision and will now give the two teams playing away 40% of the gate proceeds. “I got approval from Dr. Kofi Amoah that the Normalization Committee (NC) will add 10% of the money due to that of Kotoko. “So I…

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Ghana Football Awards nominees unveiled; Felix Annan, Partey and Mukarama shortlisted for top award

The second edition of the Ghana Football Awards was formally launched on Friday, May 31, 2019 at the Samsung Premium Rooftop located on the Circle Ring Road in Accra. The well-attended ceremony was also used to unveil nominees for the various categories. Black Stars and Atlético Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey, Kotoko goalkeeper Felix Annan and Black Queens striker Mukarama Abdulai go head to head for the topmost award on the night. While Johnson Smith (Karela United), C.K Akunnor (Kotoko) and Augustine Adotey (Black Maidens) will battle it out for the Coach of the Year title….

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NC Special Competition: Nzema Kotoko end Karela United’s unbeaten home run

Karela FC  suffered their first defeat at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park  to their regional rivals Nzema Kotoko SC 4-2 on penalties after 1-1 in the regulations time.  The defeat brought to an end to Karela United’s 62 games unbeaten run at home in competitive matches. The Division one side took the lead through Ronald Frimpong and looked to secure an historical victory , but Gyan Ofosu Darlington equalized and sent the game to penalty shoot out.  Karela United scored two and missed two of their penalty kicks whilst Nzema…

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Hearts of Oak and Kotoko to battle it out for Diawisie Taylor

Hearts of Oak are set to go toe-to-toe with rivals Asante Kotoko in the race to sign Karela United forward Diawisie Taylor. The Nzema-based outfit are ready to sell the 19 year old with the Porcupine Warriors considered favorites for his signature. Taylor was signed from from Biabiani Gold Stars at the start of the Special Competition. He scored 9 goals in 13 games to help Karela secure a semifinal berth against Ashantigold in the ongoing NC Special Competition. “We Karela United are ready to sell Diawisie Taylor to any club that meets are demands,”…

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Kotoko to start negotiations with Taylor

  Karela United Striker Diawisie Taylor is expected in Kumasi today as official talks with Kotoko over a possible switch begins. According to Kumasi-based Nhyira FM, the in form attacker will land in the Garden City on Monday together with his agent via Unity Air as negotiations for a move to the Porcupine Warriors starts. Taylor, 19 has been the star player of the Karela United team in the NC Special Competition scoring nine goals which has helped them progressed to the semi finals. Accra Hearts of Oak have also…

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