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11.11.2002 Football News

Don Bortey and Charles Taylor are joint goalking

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Accra Hearts of Oak did not only win the 2002 Premier League but was also emerged as the top scoring side for the season with 72 goals. And the men who ensured that Hearts achieved the feat, the ‘terrible terror’ Charles Taylor and Bernard ‘Diop’ Don Bortey shared honours by jointly winning the year’s goalking award netting half of Hearts’. They registered 18 goals apiece. 18 - Charles Taylor, Don Bortey (Hearts) 12 - Godwin Ablordey (Kotoko) 10 - Kossi Noutsoujie (Goldfields) Wisdom Abbey (Hearts) Amui Quaye (Olympics) 8 - Masawudu Mumuni (Maxbees) Osei Bonsu (Okwawu) Nana Arhin Duah (Kotoko) 7 - Kwabena Boateng (Faisal) William Tiero (liberty) John Cudjoe (Olympics) Abdul Samad (Mines Stars) 6 - Ablade Morgan, Ernest Papa Arko (liberty) Abubakar Yahuza (Faisal) Frank Awuah (Goldfields) Frank Osei, Michael Osei (Kotoko) Joseph Adjei (RTU) Issah Shaibu (Maxbees) Kwaku Adu, Kojo Poku (Bofoakwa) 5 - Andy Pomayie (Olympics) Daniel Babayara (Okwawu) Ishaak Debrah, Ben Wilson (Faisal) Faisal Sulemana (RTU) Asamoah Dzifa (Maxbees) 4 - Nana Frimpong, Stephen Oduro (Kotoko) Eric Mbroah, Paul Ofori, Issah Ahmed, Mohammed Polo (Dawu) John Paintsil (Liberty) Emmanuel Osei Kuffour, Osumanu Amadu (Hearts) Ofosu Amoah (Goldfields) Philip Amoaku (RTU) George Eranio (Arsenals) Prince Yeboah (Mines Stars) Edward Sosu (Power) 3 - Eric Adu Poku, Richard Awuah (Arsenals) Eric Sefa Boateng, Raja Nurudeen, Justice Appiah, Dennis Odum, Bernard Asari (Power) Awudu Adama, Kenneth Sarpong, Laryea Kingston, Frank Turkson (Hearts) Daniel Bonfah, Bawa Mohammed (BA United) Ebo Mensah, Gariba Haruna, Agyman Opoku (Hasaacas) Joe Agyeman, Kwabina Opoku (Faisal) Alfred Nii Larbi (Liberty) Alhassan Weah (RTU) Richard Armah, Paa Joe Kuma, Sumaila Iddrisu (Olympics) Kenneth Ababio (Goldfields) Kelvin Asamoah (Mines Stars) Henry Plange (Maxbees)

2 - Charles Allotey (Hearts) David Osei Tutu, George Biara, Kwasi Mensah, Issaka Tanko (Mines Stars) Isaac Boakye, Abedi Sarfo, Hamza Mohammed, Joe Okyere, Shilla Alhassan (Kotoko) Eric Gawu, Joe Agyman Jnr (Faisal) Moses Tetteh, David Boateng, Jonathan Qaurtey (Liberty) Kwaku Duah, Charles Benson, Ben Kusi (Bofoakwa) George Tutu, Paul Amposah, Isaac Asante (Okwawu) Kwasi Boateng, Lawrence Kenyah, Osman Sakora, Angelon Dedon, Nasiru Ganni, Addai Owusu (B A United) Kingsley Kwarteng, Charles Asamoah, Richard Afriyie, Maxwell Kensah, John Ainoo, Elvis Opoku (Hasaacas) Gershon Adjetey (Olympics) Dauda Siedu, Aminu Musa (Goldfields) Chronicle Kwame Amadu, Fred Anane Mensah, Edusei Kaekyre (Dawu) Robert Mensah, Francis Aggrey, Yaw Sebreh (Arsenals) Komi Adgaba, Gilbert Ayikade (RTU)

1 - Awuley Quaye, Adjah Tetteh, Hassan Mohammed, Edmund Copson (Hearts) Isaac Owusu, Joe Louis, Joe Sam, Abass Inusah, Joe Hendricks (Kotoko) Emmanuel Donkor, Martin Appau, Issah Rahman, John Quansah, Asare Boateng, Solomon Laryea, Alfred Arthur (Goldfields) James Amartey, Joe Tagoe, David Sharpe, Wilfred Dormon (Olympics) Andrew Antwi, Charles Ampiah, Emmanuel Nkrumah, Isaac Amoaku, Bill Mogba, Kwame Andrews (BA United) Eddy Acquaye, Okainja Thompson, Paul Appariki (Okwawu) Mustapher Ali, Emmanuel Osei (Maxbees) Osei Kofi, Felix Gbadegbe, Samuel Owusu, Awal Mohammed (Power) Mutalib Abdul, Mohammed Inusah, Atta Yawson, Salu Muntari, Anthony Annan, Kwaku Agyman (Hasaacas) Mohammed Baker, Alhassan Habib, Mawe Mohammed, Bobby Rahman, Kwame Acheapong (RTU) Kennedy Ayew (Mines Stars) Alhaji Iddrisu, Tahiru Abulai, Kofi Asiedu, Kwasi Owusu Jnr, Anthony Mintah, Kennedy Boadi (Bofoakwa) Kamara Dauda, Paul Otu, Samuel Bakai, Baba Sule, Osei Kofi (Dawu) Osei Kofi, Kwame Adjei, Seth Antwi, Francis Bossman, Frank Yeboah (Arsenals) Nii Ayi Tetteh, Dan Yeboah, Ibrahim Attiku, Lawrence Awuley Quaye (Liberty) Ben Boakye (Faisal).

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