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21.01.2009 Sports News

Affum leads scorers chart

Affum leads scorers chart
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Tema Youth's lead striker Edward Affum leads the scorers chart of the Glo Premier League on five goals after the Seventh Week matches played over the weekend.

Affum, the only player to have bagged a hat-trick in the Seven-week old premiership is closely followed by Accra Hearts of Oak duo, Eric Gawu and Obed Ansah, who have scored fours goals each.

Kpando Heart of Lions forward Kofi Nti Boakye, Sam Ayew Yeboah of Dansoman Liberty Professionals, returnee Tawfik Alolo of Real Tamale United and Richard Atikah of debutants, Bechem Chelsea, Stephen Manu of Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Arafat Adjako of Obuasi Ashantigold follow in that order on three goals apiece.

Thirteen players have netted two goals each with as many as 53 others with a goal each to their credit.

Below are the details of the chart compiled by GNA Sports:

5 - Edward Affum (Tema Youth)

4 - Eric Gawu, Obed Ansah (Hearts of Oak)

3 - Kofi Nti Boakye (Heart of Lions), Sam Ayew Yeboah (Liberty), Tawfik Alolo (Real Tamale United), Richard Atikah (Chelsea), Stephen Manu (Asante Kotoko), Arafat Adjako (Ashantigold)

2 - Ekow Benson (Tema Youth), Alex Asamoah (Asante Kotoko), Samuel Owusu (Arsenal), Latifu Salifu and Yaw Antwi (Liberty), Daniel Bomfah, Mohammed Bawa (All Stars), Stephen Owusu (Heart of Lions), James Bissue and Winfred Dormon (Eleven Wise), Mahatma Otoo (Sporting Mirren), Kabiru Imoro (Real Tamale United), Samad Oppong (King Faisal)

1 - Mawuli Tugloh and Yakubu Seidu (Liberty), Jackson Owusu, Ibrahim Issaka, Awudu Moro, Abdul Basit and Yaw Alexander (Chelsea), Frank Adomako, Eric Adu Poku, Nathaniel Quaye and Daniel Asamoah (Ashantigold), Mohammed Fatau, Abdul Salaam Alhassan, Tahiru Sulemana, Kwame Adzagba and Sherifdeen Mohammed (Real Tamale United), Kofi Agyare, Akwasi Adu and Edmund Owusu Peprah (Kessben), Mutalabi Mohammed, Osei Bonsu, Awudu Alhassan and Saliu Yakubu (Arsenal), Richard Mpong, Daniel Gyamfi, Kobina Dodzi and Daniel Asamoah (All Blacks), Alex Antwi and Emmanuel Baffoe (Tema Youth), Daniel Nii Adjei, Francis Coffie, Stephen Oduro and Samuel Inkoom, (Asante Kotoko), Samuel Affum and Douglas Nkrumah (Hearts of Oak), Francis Mantey, Issa Saliu (All Stars), Akowuah Mensah, Richard Nartey and Charles Nartey (Hasaacas), Eric Owusu, Moro Mohamed, Jeff Aryeh and Abdul Bashiru (Eleven Wise), Enoch Ebo Andoh, Ibrahim Basit and Eric Agyemang (King Faisal), Anars Mohammed and Daniel Acquaye (Heart of Lions), David Amoako, Richard Sasu, Samuel Solomon and George Ankamah (Sporting Mirren).

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