Head coach of Wa All Stars Alhaji Mumuni Sakpari is delighted to have avenged their painful FA Cup loss to Hearts of Oak in the Week 27 fixture of the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday.
Ghana Black Stars striker, Richmond Boakye Yiadom has promised to give off his best to lift the flag of Ghana high in the coming years. Boakye Yaidom, once an unused player in the Black Stars struggled to pick up form however, he has peaked up scoring more goals at the Belgian side Red Star Belgrade.
Center referee, Prince Amoah who handled the Hearts of Oak-Aduana Stars match two months ago, has been handed an indefinite ban by GFA’s Match Review Panel.
According to the Match Review Panel they have made a recommendation that will be ratified by the Executive Committee of the Ghana FA anytime soon.
The Chief Executive Officer of Berlin FC, Takyi Arhin says Accra Hearts of Oak defender, Vincent Atinka Addae is better than most of the current Black Stars defenders and for that matter, he expects coach James Kwasi Appiah to hand the defender a starting spot in the Black Stars game against Uganda on Saturday.
Coach Kwasi Appiah has handed a debut call up to the ex- Ebusua Dwarfs center – back following his sterling performance for the local Black Stars team B that won the 2017 WAFU tournament.
The Head Coach of Aduana Stars Mr. Yusif Abubakar in an interview with the media has said that his players were committed to the club and that was why they were able to beat WAFA by a lone goal in the Ghana Premier League [GPL] Match Day 27 in Dormaa courtesy Derrick Sasaraku.
“It is all about commitment and my players were very committed to the match and played according to my tactics”, he said.
He also added that the team had a lot of support from the management and the owner of the club. The coach further attributed the win to the players who also needed to protect their own image and reputation.
The deciding match for the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League will take place at Dormaa Agyemang Badu II stadium with the league leaders [Aduana Stars] playing host to the refined Sogakopke - based WAFA.
The academy boys are one point behind the Dormaa-based club with only 4 matches to end the league. Victory for Aduana Stars will see them widen their chances of winning the trophy while a win for WAFA will see them climbing to the summit of the league table.
The big blow for the visiting team [WAFA] is that they are going into this game without the services of most of their key players who have left the club for abroad but the General Manager of the side, George Ofosuhene insists that with or without their influential players, they will still run away with the three maximum points as take.