Posted by: westafricanfootball | 14/03/2012


In this post, I will present lists of scorers after 19 rounds of the GLO Premier League 2011-2012, as well as some observations.


List of scorers:

Godfred Saka 5, Emmanuel Allan 3, Samuel Asiedu 2, Daniel Gozar 2, Richard Arhin 1

* The talented left-winger / striker Nurudeen Ali (born 16.05.1991) is back at Aduana Stars FC after a rather unsuccessful stint at Berekum Chelsea FC. Aduana Stars FC has also signed striker Edwin Osei Pele (born 17.08.1988) who failed to get a single game at Hearts of Oak SC this season.

* Lively attacker Richard Arhin (born 09.11.1991) finally scored his first goal of the season in Round 16. Despite his lack of goals, Arhin has gotten a lot of praise for his performances since joining from the Red Bull Academy.


List of scorers:

Ahmed Touré 6, Nathaniel Asamoah 5, Daniel Nii Adjei 3, Michael Akuffo 3, Ben Acheampong 2, Michael Anaba 1, Prince Baffoe 1, Kofi Nti Boakye 1, Iddrisu Nafiu 1, Michael Mensah 1, Fatau Mohammed 1, Richard Yeboah 1

* Nathaniel Asamoah (born 22.02.1990) has left for Crvena Zvezda Beograd (Serbia) and Ahmed Touré (born 17.07.1987) is currently out in the cold because of indiscipline. Despite missing their top strikers, Asante Kotoko FC looks unstoppable. Ben Acheampong, formerly of Wa All Stars FC, has done well up front and the talented Prince Baffoe from FC Nania is a truly interesting newcomer. The picture is of Prince Baffoe and is taken from Ghanasoccernet. Defensive midfielder Idrissa Sacko (born 30.12.1991) from Burkina Faso is finally a registered player at the club but he will have to work hard to force his way into the starting eleven.


List of scorers:

Yakubu Mohammed 7, Aaron Amoah 4, Didier Florent Guibihi Koré 1, Moussa Kassé 1, Aminu Mohammed 1, Latif Mohammed 1, Own Goals 1

* AshantiGold SC is in top form and has made some wonderful new signings, including midfielder Bernard Akuffo (born 20.12.1986), the former captain of Tema Youth FC, defender Lawrence Lartey from FC Nania, full-back Eric Kwaku Opoku (born 11.11.1991) from Berekum Chelsea FC, left-back Louis Quianoo (born 14.09.1987), formerly of Asante Kotoko FC and striker Nana Poku (born 01.09.1988) from Berekum Chelsea FC.


List of scorers:

Richard Addai 7, Peter Essien 3, Akwasi Adu 1, Eric Fordjour 1, Peter Ofori Quaye 1


List of scorers:

Stephen Amankwah 4, Jafar Danjuma 2, Mohammed Abdulai 1, Akwasi Acheampong 1, Prince Amponsah 1, Enock Asare 1, James Boadu 1, Joseph Masel 1


List of scorers:

Emmanuel Clottey 7, Mohammed Abdul Basit 5, Awudu Moro 2, Yaw Alexander 1, Ibrahim Issaka 1, Richard Kissi Boateng 1, Edward Kpodo 1, Mohammed Mussa 1

* Prince Arkoh (born 29.12.1990), formerly of King Faisal Babes, has signed for Berekum Chelsea FC after a stint in Egypt and Turkey. Jordan Opoku (born 08.10.1984), the former playmaker of Asante Kotoko FC, last seen at Dinamo Tirana (Albania), should also bring much needed creativity to the midfield of Chelsea.


List of scorers:

Seidu Bansi 6, Kwame Asimeng Frimpong 3, John Arthur 2, Bismark Asiedu 2, Niholas Gyan 2, Eric Opoku 2, Own Goals 1

* Bismark Asiedu (born 17.09.1984) finally scored his first goals of the season in Round 16.


List of scorers:

Gilbert Fiamenyoh 6, Benjamin Fadi 4, Emmanuel Anarfi 2, Daniel Kofi Bonsu 2, Godfred Asante 1, Badu Richard Asiamah 1, John Nanitey 1, Bright Nsiah 1, Franklyn Osei 1


List of scorers:

Mahatma Osumanu Otoo 6, Douglas Nkrumah 3, Isaac Ofori 2, Uriah Asante 1, Prince Attakora Gyimah 1, Joseph Tagoe 1

* Hearts of Oak SC has brought in several new players. Goalkeeper Philemon McCarthy (born 14.08.1983) has been re-registered and his impressive form has forced Sammy Adjei (born 01.09.1980) to the bench. Ahmed Soulama, the left-back from Burkina Faso, is finally registered and has already made a few appearances. Laryea Kingston (born 07.11.1980), the central midfielder with more than 40 full international matches for Ghana, is a wonderful signing. Kingston should be able to bring more people to matches in the GLO Premier League. James Kwame Abban (born 31.07.1988), the top scorer at Liberty Professionals FC, and Edward Affum (born 20.05.1989), formerly of Asante Kotoko FC, has been brought in to make things easier for top striker and wonderboy Mahatma Osumanu Otoo (born 06.02.1992).


List of scorers:

James Kwame Abban 6, Michael Helegbe 3, Latif Salifu 3, Daniel Agyei 2, Zuberu Fuseini 2, Fodé Moussa Sylla 2, Yusif Ayoma 1, Ibrahima Camara 1, Aminu Mohammed 1

* Top scorer James Kwame Abban (born 31.07.1988) has left the club but the new Gambian striker Ibrahima Camara seems interesting, especially when forming a partnership with Latif Salifu (born 01.08.1990) with three goals in the last two matches.


List of scorers:

Louis Agyemang 7, Karim Abubakar 3, Francis Coffie 3, Jacob Asiedu Appau 2, Kwabena Adusei 1, Nana Yaw Afriyie 1, Hans Coffie 1, Daniel Larbi Coomson 1, Sampson Cudjoe 1, Emmanuel Dogbe 1, Emmanuel Ephraim 1, Bilal Mohammed 1, Daniel Ocran 1, Augustine Sefa 1

* Strong striker Tanko Mohammed (born 22.03.1984) is finally registered for struggling Medeama SC. Mohammed was one of the best strikers at Heart of Lions FC before he left for the lower leagues in Spain.


List of scorers:

Abubakar Sidi Soufian 4, Emmanuel Laryea 3, Tamimu Muntari 2, Musah Inusah 1, Jacob Kwao 1, Frank Osei 1, Kofi Owusu 1, Mamudu Salifu 1


List of scorers:

Emmanuel Baffour 15, Bernard Ofori 3, Idrissu Yahaya 2, Asiedu Attobrah 1, Stephen Manu 1, Ibrahim Moro 1, Own Goals 1


List of scorers:

Abdulai Hamza 4, Francis Narh 4, Bernard Akuffo 3, Daniel Appiah 3, Nicholas Odjer 2, Benjamin Terry 2, Moses Odjer 1, Kenneth Owusu 1


List of scorers:

Frank Sarfo Gyamfi 4, Samuel Azomah 3, Godfred Kwame Gyasi 2, Samuel Boateng 1, Albert Gaisie 1, Eric Mensah 1, Joshua Otoo 1, Alex Tawiah 1


List of scorers:

Abubakar Mahadi 3, Shaffiu Mumuni 2, Jordan Owusu Mintah 2, Yufa Zugah 2, Francis Aduhene 1, Godbless Asamoah 1, Paul Danso 1, Ekow Ghansah 1, Razak Kassim 1, Richard Mensah 1, Joseph Mugri 1, Issah Salihu 1

* Midfielder Godbless Asamoah (born 06.11.1990), formerly of Kessben FC, looks like a good acquisition. Wassaman United FC has also strengthened their goalkeeping division by bringing in Stephen Ahorlu (born 05.09.1988) from Medeama SC.

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