Baffour leads scorers chart with 17-goals
4/4/2012 5:30:50 AM -
New Edubiase FC's head striker, Emmanuel Baffour Gyan leads the scorers chart of the 2011/2012 Glo Premier League with 17 goals with eight matches remaining to end the season.
Baffour scored his 17th goal of the season as his side forced leaders Asante Kotoko to a 1-1 draw over the weekend at the Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi.
Information gathered by GNA Sports indicates that the New Edubiase hit-man is trailed by Yakubu Mohammed of AshantiGold, who has scored 11-times.
Louis Agyemang of Medeama SC follows on eight goals whilst Emmanuel Clottey of Berekum Chelsea is on seven goals.
Asante Kotoko's Ivorian-import Ahmed Toure is on six goals together with Seidu Bancy of Ebusua Dwarfs, Gilbert Fiamenyo of Heart of Lions, Richard Addae, Bechem United and Mahatma Otoo of Hearts of Oak.
Below is the full scorers chart as at Week 22 of the 2011/2012 Glo Premier League;
17 - Emmanuel Baffour (Edubiase)
11 - Yakubu Mohammed (Ashantigold)
8 - Louis Agyemang (Medeama),
7- Emmanuel Clottey (Berekum Chelsea),
6 - Ahmed Toure (Asante Kotoko), Seidu Bancy (Ebusua Dwarfs), Gilbert Fiamenyo (Heart of Lions), Richard Addae (Bechem United), Mahatma Otoo (Hearts of Oak),
5 - Nathaniel Asamoah (Asante Kotoko), James Abban (Hearts of Oak), Abdul Basit (Berekum Chelsea), Godfred Saka (Aduana), Abubakar Sidi (Mighty Jets), Kwabena Edusei (Medeama)
4 - Frank Sarfo Gyamfi (All Stars), Douglas Nkrumah, (Hearts of Oak), Francis Narh and Hamza Abdulai (Tema Youth), Benjamin Padi (Heart of Lions), Didier Kore (Ashantigold), Latif Salifu (Liberty Professionals)
3 - Sylla Moussa Foda, Michael Helegbe and Ben Acheampong (Asante Kotoko), Daniel Appiah and Bernard Akuffo (Tema Youth), Aaron Amoah, (Ashantigold), Peter Essien (Bechem United), Joseph Masel and Stephen Amankwaah (Berekum Arsenal), Emmanuel Laryea (Mighty Jets), Mumuni Shaffiu (Wassaman), Hans Kwofie (Medeama), Bernard Ofori (Edubiase),
2 - Frank Osei (Mighty Jets), Daniel Agyei and Fuseini Zuberu (Liberty Professionals), Uriah Asante (Hearts of Oak), Bismark Asiedu, Eric Opoku, Nicholas Gyan, Kwame Frimpong and John Arthur (Ebusua Dwarfs), Jeremiah Akorful, Joshua Oninku, Nicholas Odjer, Moses Odjer and Benjamin Terry (Tema Youth), Joshua Otoo, Samuel Azumah and Godfred Gyasi (All Stars), Prince Amponsah and Jafaru Danjuma (Berekum Arsenal), Karim Abubakar, Nana Yaw Afriyie, Jacob Apau and Francis Coffie, (Medeama SC), Daniel Nii, Adjei, Kofi Nti Boakye, Richard Yeboah and Michael Akuffo (Asante Kotoko), Emmanuel Allan and Daniel Gozah (Aduana), Godbless Asamoah, Jordan Mintah, Yufa Zugah and Abubakar Mahadi (Wassaman), Daniel Bonsu, Franklin Osei and Emmanuel Anaafi (Heart of Lions), Kwame Boahene (Liberty Professionals)
1 -Prince Baffoe, Michael Mensah, Nafiu Iddrisu, Fatau Mohammed and Michael Anaba (Asante Kotoko), Mohammed Abdulai, Kwasi Acheampong, James Boadu and Enoch Asare (Berekum Arsenals), Albert Gaisie, Samuel Boateng, Samuel Norgbey, Eric Mensah, Alex Tawiah and Saeed Adnan, (All Stars); Laryea Kingson, Kofi Agyare, Isaac Ofori, Attakora Gyimah and Joe Tagoe (Hearts of Oak), Joseph Mugre, Ekow Ghansah, Evans Nyarko, Francis Aduhene, Issah Saliu, Richard Mensah, Abubakar Mununi, Kassim Razak and Paul Danso (Wassaman), Solomon Asante, Richard Kissi Boateng, Edward Kpodo, Ibrahim Issaka, Eric Agyemang, Musah Mohammed, Moro Awudu, Mubarak Moro and Yaw Alexander (Berekum Chelsea), John Nanitey, Badu Asiamah, Bright Nsiah, Godfred Asante and Prosper Avor (Heart of Lions), Kenneth Owusu and Abel Hammond (Tema Youth), Peter Ofori Quaye, Akwasi Adu and Eric Fordjuor (Bechem United), Bernard Akuffo, Latif Mohammed, Daniel Asamoah, Moussa Kassie and Aminu Mohammed (Ashantigold), Johnson Adomah, Richard Arhin, Samuel Asiedu and Emmanuel Akuoku (Aduana), Daniel Ocran, Daniel Larbi Koomson, Emmanuel Ephraim, Augustine Sefa, Sampson Cudjoe, Emmanuel Dogbe and Ekow Benson (Medeama SC), Ibrahim Camara, Frimpong Tuffuor, Christopher Nkansah and Yusif Ayoma (Liberty Professionals), Iddrisu Yahaya, Stephen Manu, Asiedu Attobrah and Ibrahim Moro (Edubiase), Tamimu Muntari, Mamuda Salifu, Jacob Quao and Kofi Owusu, Benjamin Eli Agbeko, Isaac Klevor and Nayara Alhassan (Mighty Jets).
Story by Ghana/GNA