2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
7-3-5, 4th in Ghanaian Premier League
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111dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Foreign stars add exotic flavour to GPL

There is never a conversation about the Ghana Premier League and it's standards -- or lack of it -- without the sub-plot of player movement.

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115dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Medeama stay top in Ghana Premier League

Medeama have gone two points clear at the top of the Ghana Premier League after beating Wa All Stars to confine the former champions to the basement

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156dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Even Guardiola couldn't save Kotoko - Fabin

Asante Kotoko's troubled season will continue for some time before things improve, according to coach Paa Kwesi Fabin.

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160dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Ghana Premier League talking points

Another week in the Ghana Premier League, another tale of inconsistencies from Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko.

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167dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Giants continue slide as Akunnor makes his mark

Five games into the Ghana Premier League and it seems clear that traditional giants Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko will be up against it

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174dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Ghana Premier League talking points

The Ghana Premier League finaly shook off its goal-shy tag this weekend with a blitz aided largely by Aduana Stars and new boys Karela.

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188dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Hearts, Kotoko falter on opening weekend

Inter Allies set the early pace in the new Ghana Premier League season as traditional giants Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko faltered to draws.

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212dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Familiar feeling for fallen giants Asante Kotoko

There is a familiar sinking feeling for fans of Ghana giants Kumasi Asante Kotoko after they were knocked out of the Confederation Cup on Wednesday.

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226dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Ghanaian contenders aiming high in CAF competition

Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Aduana Stars are making grand promises as they look to end the country's long run without a major African club honour.

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328dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Adams hat-trick secures FA Cup for Kotoko

Asante Kotoko wrapped up their season with a major title after Sadick Adams' hat-trick secured a 3-1 victory over bitter rivals Accra Hearts of Oak.

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415dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Kotoko can take inspiration from tragedy - Polack

It will be a strange and emotional weekend for Asante Kotoko coach Steve Polack as the Porcupine Warriors take on Accra Hearts of Oak on Sunday.

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424dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Asante Kotoko set for August 6 return

Asante Kotoko will be back in league action on August 6, three weeks after the accident that killed the team's equipment officer.

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436dMichael oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Kotoko, Hearts postponed indefinitely

Asante Kotoko's league game against Hearts of Oak on Sunday has been postponed indefinitely after one club official died on Wednesday in an accident.

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437dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Kotoko lose unbeaten run as Hearts end slump

Asante Kotoko lost an eight-game unbeaten run, while Hearts of Oak ended their four-game streak without a win in the Ghana Premier League.

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437dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Asante Kotoko involved in accident

Kumasi Asante Kotoko have been involved in a road accident on their return from a league game, with at least one death reported and numerous injuries.

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496dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

GPL midseason review - WAFA set benchmark

It's been quite a first half to the Ghana Premier League season, with superb goals, coaching turmoil and drama aplenty.