Who doesn’t love football? That question might not be clearly answered by all the citizens around the globe. But, we Ghanaians surely do. Now that the World Cup Season is on, it just keeps getting even better. This article will be a walkthrough for the current updates on the Ghana Premier League table which will keep you updated regarding all the insights of the game. So, go ahead and read it fully.
Ghana Premier League
The Ghana Premier League is the best division of professional football in Ghana of the league system of football. It was formed in the year 1956, right after the last of the Gold Coast Club Competition which was held in the year 1953/1954. The Ghana Football Association organizes the league.
The association was also ranked 11th among the best African leagues. The ranking was defined by the IFFHS from the year 2001-2010. In the world ranking, the Ghana Premier League ranks at 65. On the 4th of February, 2014 the league was been dominated by Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.
Ghana premier league standings
Ashanti Gold, also known as AshGold is a team based in Kumasi, is currently the reigning champion of the Ghana Premier League with a total of 21 points in total. Following this is Medeama which has slain the charts with a total of 20 points. And with another 20 points comes Dreams team.
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Ghana Football Association
The association football’s governing body is named Ghana Football Association and is based in Accra. The association was actually formed after the Gold Coast Football Association which was the governing body before. It was founded in the year 1920 and is among the oldest associations in the entire African region.
Ghana Premier League results
Here are the detailed results of all the Rounds in a chronological order:
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Ghana premier league fixtures
Below given tables depicting latest premier league fixtures -
Latest updates of the Ghana Premier League result for now
One more week in the premier league and the inconsistency tale from Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak, currently, WAFA are in a total free fall, whereas team Accra Hearts of Oak are getting prepared to return to Accra, directly to their home base.
Inconsistency of Kotoko
The boss of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Paa Kwesi Fabian, on Sunday when they had to face a defeat at Dreams FC, accused his team of trying to go for cheap goals. It was clear that, at the Theatre of Dreams, the Porcupine Warriors clearly seemed to have gone for a draw which was totally goalless, until George Dwubeng showed up at the end period just to cause another loss.
Kotoko had lost 3 times out of a total of 7 games. What once dominated the Ghana league had lost their spark now. Even, Fabian was seen struggling to keep up as well. He was actually meant to restore Kumasi’s title after a number of 4 seasons.
The main issue could be the errors in defence strategies which have occurred multiple times in this season. It is time for Fabian to fix the problems of inconsistencies before he starts to receive questions regarding flaws in his leadership skills.
Hearts of Oak need a different home rather than Cape Coast
Cape Coast being the home venue for the Accra Hearts of Oak seems kind of illogical because it is quite absurd. A proper atmosphere is required in the venue for a great game and this seems to be absent. The problem was highlighted when the team faced a defeat against Elmina Sharks and had to drop down at the Ghana league table. The fans of the club have demanded to return back to Tema or even Accra and Kwame Opare Addo, the Public Relations Officer of the club has assured that he will consider this issue later at the season’s second half.
WAFA in not a great spot
The Sogakope side initially begun the current season in an awesome manner and had seemed to be prepared to fight for the trophy exactly the way they did in the last season. Apparently, it is still possible, but unfortunately, it was very difficult for Klaus Rasmussen in the last couple of weeks.
If we include the losses, it can be said that the 2-1 loss to Eleven Wonders which they had to bear this time has entitled to become their 4th loss in a row now.
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