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PRINCE BAFFOE

On 24.07.2011, second level side FC Nania won the MTN FA Cup. Prince Baffoe was one of the stars of the surprise winners and several major sides finally discovered this talented player. 271 more words

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AHMED SOULAMA

Hearts of Oak SC from the Ghanaian capital Accra is traditionally one of the biggest teams in Ghana, and the tenth place in the GLO Premier League 2010-2011 was almost a disaster. 420 more words

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IDRISSA SACKO

According to the official homepage of Asante Kotoko FC, arguably the biggest club in Ghana, Idrissa Sacko is one of the club’s summer signings[1] 720 more words

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THE “OFOSU APPIAH-MYSTERY”

When following Ghanaian football, one of the most confusing tasks is to keep Michael Ofosu Appiah from Ofosu Appiah. Both players have been playing for Asante Kotoko FC for several years, both players are primarily central defenders and Ghanaian media keep mixing them up to an extent that many football fans actually think this is just one player. 2,016 more words

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ABUBAKAR MUMUNI

Abubakar Mumuni, the defensive midfielder of New Edubiase United FC, has arguably been one of the most talked about players in the GLO Premier League 2010-2011 during the last couple of days. 641 more words

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GILBERT FIAMENYO

It is impossible to write about talented footballers in Ghana without sooner or later writing about the impressive Gilbert Fiamenyo – the star striker of Heart of Lions FC, currently number six in the GLO Premier League 2010-2011. 987 more words

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ASANTE KOTOKO FC – THE NEW SIGNINGS

According to the official homepage of struggling Asante Kotoko FC, the club have signed eight new players during the last couple of days. In this post I will give a short presentation of the new players. 1,063 more words

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