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[S] Lions roar breaks Hearts in race for Champions League slot


[S] Essien down with injury, to sit out for two weeks
[S] King Faisal coach given seven-match ban


[S] Medeama draw AC Leopards in play-offs
[S] Gyan: World Cup group is a challenge
[S] Powers/Bukom Banku bout fixed for May 16


[S] Medeama qualify for play-off round
[S] Kotoko draws AshantiGold in FA Cup last eight


[S] Brazil 2014 - Gyan vows to stop USA


[S] Appiah: Black Stars should be full of confidence
[S] New premiership trophy unveiled
[S] Kotoko host Lions as title chase continues
[S] Adubea out for rest of Ghana's World Cup campaign
[S] Kwadwo Asamoah hints at future Juve exit


[S] Ghana to meet Italy for semi-final place
[S] Kotoko progress in FA Cup to keep double bid going
[S] Medeama defeat Zesco to set up crucial return leg
[S] Premier League trophy to be unveiled
[S] T.B. Joshua's church delivers Ayitey Powers of demonic possessio


[S] Tokyo police investigates Ghana Embassy in casino raid  


[S] Last day fixtures in Zone 1B put on hold
[S] Aduana v Medeama midweek clash called-off
[S] Dwarfs chase for premiership survival in Wa
[S] Ayieyam excited by scoring challenge
[S] We cannot endure paying huge sums as appearance fee for Black Stars - Sports Minister


[S] League positions
[S] Leaders Kotoko drop vital points
[S] Lions roar back to salvage a point at home
[S] Medeama ease to win over struggling Dwarfs
[S] AshantiGold end six-game winless run, Hearts draw
[S] Ghana face Germany in defining fixture
[S] Cabinet approves Gh˘24 million World Cup budget


[S] Medeama rally from behind to defeat Hearts
[S] Faisal make it to last 16 in FA Cup
[S] Mixed results for Black Stars in Fifa rankings
[S] Caf's Hayatou mourns with Ghana following death of referee
[S] Gold Stars banned from using Bordie Park


[S] Ghana fans get another chance to buy 2014 World Cup tickets, FIFA opens new window
[S] Ghana captain Gyan goes into tonight's Asia Champs Lge tie with new coach


[S] Competition for play-off places gathers pace
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[ 2011-12-01 ]

Dwarfs fire blank against champions Berekum Chelsea
Ebusua Dwarfs remained the only unbeaten side in
the Ghana top flight after a 0-0 draw with
defending champions Berekum Chelsea at the Robert
Mensah Park.

Chelsea goalkeeper Abubakar Iddrisu emerged a hero
for the champions as he stood between Dwarfs and

The home side were bent of having their noses in
front making the first incursion under one

John Arthur combined well with dangerman Seidu
Bancey before releasing Haruna Razak but defender
Prince Anokye brought him down.

Striker Emmanuel Clottey and skipper Abdul Basit
tested the solidity of Dwarfs but Black Stars
defender Rashid Sumaila held them in check making
two timely clearances.

Bancey got close to opening the scoring for Dwarfs
with a powerful header but goalkeeper which
Chelsea keeper Iddrisu pulled a great stop.

The greatest moment of offer for Dwarfs to carve
the opener arrived a minute later but Bismark
Asiedu managed to squander the chance shooting
wide from close range.

The game evolved into a battle for supremacy in

Kwame Frimpong, Seidu Bancey and Bismark Asiedu
gagged the space in midfield limiting Chelsea’s
Samuel Kyere, nimble-footed Solomon Asante to
chasing the ball.

Returnee Nana Poku was virtually unanimous in
attack as Dwarfs cut the supplies from the

Source - Ghanasoccer

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