Asamoah returns to the top
Accra, Jan 14, GNA – Alex Asamoah of Ashgold returned to the
top of the scorers chart of the Onetouch Premier League with
nine goals after the 18th Week league matches played on
He is followed by Berekum Arsenal’s Francis Aggrey who has
seven goals to his credit.
Below are the rest of the scorers.
Six (6) – Emmanuel Clottey – Olympics, Michael Helegbe –
Liberty, Dominic Adiyiah – Feyenoord, James Boadu – Arsenal.
Five (5) - Abraham Annan of Kpando Heart of Lions, Andy
Pomayie - Accra Great Olympics, Ablade Morgan – Hearts,
Kwame Obeng Darko – Kotoko, Alhassan Weah - RTU.
Four (4) – Nuhu Alhassan - Sportive, Emmanuel Banahene and
Ibrahim Suleiman – Lions, Nii Ayi Tetteh – Power.
Three (3) - Abeiku Gaisie – Tema Youth, Alhaji Saanie –
Ashgold, Tuaha Khamix – Liberty, Michael Ocansey – Olympics,
Kwabena Yaro and Allan Shearer – Power FC, Stanley Afedzie –
Hearts, Samuel Ellis and Fredrick Quayeson – Hasaacas, Opoku
Agyeman and Jonathan Abeiku – Power, Edmund Owusu-Ansah –
Kotoko and Francis Darko - Bofoakwa.
Two (2) – John Ainoo – (Hasaacas) Emmanuel Osei Kuffour and
Alfred Arthur – (Ashgold), Yaw Antwi and Richard Kissi –
(Liberty), Ahmed Toure, John Cudjoe (1 OG) and Nana Arhin
Duah – (Kotoko), Stephen Owusu and Wisdom Agblexo – (Lions),
Hamza Abdulai – (Sportive), Opoku Agyeman and Ofosu Mickey –
(Faisal), Moses Andoh, Dan Quaye and Eric Gawu – (Hearts),
Bismark Aidan and Yusif Abubakari – (All Blacks), Joseph
Jackson - (Lions), David Sakordie (Bofoakwa), Richard
Anderson – All Blacks, Daniel Kwao – (Power FC), Frank
Yeboah - Arsenals.
One (1) – Lamine Nasir, Valentine Atem, Kweku Sarpong,
Prince Antwi and Sadiq Adams – (Ashgold), Clement Coffie,
Richard Mpong, Abdul Mohammed, Paul Appiah and Razak Salifu
– (All Blacks), Francis Ofori, Sumaila Alhassan, Owusu
Agyemang, Samad Oppong and Sumaila Yahaya – (Faisal),
Ashmond Asamoah, Kofi Nti-Boakye, Owusu Addae and Emmanuel
Allen – (Liberty), Bernard Akuffo, Raymond Darkey, Emmanuel
Morgan, Edward Affum, Ibrahim Dodzi, Gado Mohammed, Yahaya
Mohammed (own goal), Ekow Benson and Abdulai Razak – (Tema
Youth), Ekow Ghansah, Alfred Nii Larbi and Stephen Offei
(Hearts), Aliou Ouadrago, Osei Kwame Jr, Douglas Nkrumah,
Kwabena Dodzi and Murtala Mohammed – Kotoko, Mohammed Baker,
Joseph Adjei, Gilbert Ayikade, Hanan Giwah, Abass Iddrisu
and Peter Yakubu – (RTU), Addoquaye Addo – (Power FC), Paul
Ainoo, Joseph Doe, Sam Affram, Benjamin Annan, Fredrick
Quayson, Eric Owusu (OG), Samuel Inkoom, Isaac Donkor – (Hasaacas),
Charles Ampiah, Osei Kofi, Osei Boateng, Ibrahim Daudu, Yaw
Afranie, Murtala Mohammed and Eric Adu Poku – (Arsenal),
Opoku Antwi, Kwesi Boateng, Eric Ansah, Abeiku Adams, Edusei
Poku, Mohammed Sanda, Ibrahim Abubakari, Ebenezer Tetteh and
Amadu Adams –(Bofoakwa), Kwesi Nicholas – (Olympics)
Harrison Afful, Haruna Abdul Ganiyu, Micheal Akuffo and
Nafiu Iddrisu – (Feyenoord), Samuel Ocran, Samuel Enzemaba,
George Mensah, Gafaru Mohammed, Richard Afful and Nuhu
Fuseini – (Sportive), Iddrisu Mohammed, David Azumah and
Obed Ansah – (Lions).
The chart does not include the game between King Faisal and
Feyenoord scheduled for the Sunyani Coronation Park, which
was postponed following an international game between the
national Under-17 team, the Black Starlets of Ghana and
their Ivorian counterparts at the same venue last Sunday.