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Ghana premiere league review and table standing

There is a new league leader as we head into match day five of the Ghana Premier League. Hearts of Oak have announced their intentions very early and Coach Kenichi Yatsuhasi has his former critics at his feet. Wa All Stars, AshantiGold and Dreams FC all remain unbeaten. The biggest game is in Tema

Inter Allies v Hearts of Oak
The unstoppable Hearts of Oak travel a few miles east to Tema to face Inter Allies in one of the weekend’s big games. The attacking prowess and tactfulness of the Phobians should be of concern for Allies who are currently 10th on the table. The Tema Park should be an exciting place to spend the weekend as the Greater Accra derby is set to thrill spectators.

10599172_10153978091041894_4836070483634874713_n 12871453_10153978091246894_5480646105743388922_nDreams FC were brought crashing down to earth as Techniman City inflicted a 1-0 home win on the debutantent in Techiman on Sunday afternoon to end their unbeaten run in the league.

Baba Mahamah’s first half goal was enough to hand Techiman all three points and extend their home winning run to three successive wins.

Dreams, who before kick off were in third place and two points adrift the top, will now drop outside the top four and see the gap between them and top extended to five points after Hearts of Oak rallied back to beat Inter Allies.

Mahamah, adjudged the game’s best player scored the only goal, which happened to be the match winner after 29 minutes.

Attempts by Dreams to salvage a point proved impossible as Techiman City showed their home invincibility.



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