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20.12.2007 League Report

Olympics can't stop Kotoko

By The Statesman
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Onetouch Premiership leaders Kumasi Asante Kotoko are really in a smashing mood, having so far performed creditably by winning all their four games.

They are at the top spot with 12 points and netted 12 and conceded no goal.When the league enters its fifth week at the various centre today, the Fabulous Club will live up to the expectation of making a mince meat of bottom club Great Olympics at the Sunyani Coronation Park, where their teeming fans would cheer up their idol club to victory

Defending champions Hearts of Oak, who are in the 10th position of the table clash with second-placed Liberty Professionals at the El-Wak Stadium.

Hearts last Sunday lost 0-2 to King Faisal at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium and this had infuriated their fans who are calling for the head of coach Karim Zito.

This, therefore, has led to the dissolution of the Interim Management Committee and the Technical Team by the Hearts Board, with Harry Zakour being appointed the acting CEO.

Liberty could still be a hard nut to crack after beating the Phobians for the SWAG Cup a couple of weeks ago. A draw is most likely to be the end result.

Real Tamale United who shocked Olympics with an away win will be at home to beat Obuasi AshGold and Hearts of Lions will surely be back to winning ways when they play King Faisal at Kpando.

At Berekum, Arsenals will have the advantage of home support to beat Sekondi Hasaacas, while Wa All Stars and Swedru All Blacks are likely to split the points at Wa.

Zaytuna United FC have another opportunity to make their fans happy when they engage Real Sportive at Dansoman and Tema Youth would need to work harder to beat visiting Kessben FC at the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast.

By Sammy Heywood Okine

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