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11.03.2009 League Report

Big league is back!…Can Tema Youth stop Hearts? …As Glo premier league rolls off tomorrow

By Kofi Owusu Aduonum - Ghanaian Chronicle

Revelations from the camp of Tema Youth indicates that they are armed to the teeth to apply the brakes on current league leaders, Hearts of Oak, as the Glo premier league bounces back at all centres tomorrow.

But the venue for the big clash, supposed to be the Tema Stadium, is unknown following the GFA's Disciplinary Committee embargo on the Tema Stadium. Forecasting the outcome of games between the two has always been highly unpredictable, and a similar situation confronts connoisseurs as the league bounces back.

Certainly, the return of one of CHAN's revelations, Charles Taylor, who is likely to partner diminutive Obed Ansah in midfield for the Phobians, is what questions Tema Youth's quest to stop Hearts in tomorrow's duel.

But the home side has equally good charges like Edward 'Bonto' Affum, Ekow Benson, Yahaya Mohammed, Julius Adjaben and goalkeeper Ernest Sowah among others to stand the might of the Hearts team.

Another game that promises to ignite fire works is the Kotoko-Wise game at the Baba Yara Stadium.

At the Tamale Stadium, RTU will host Heart of Lions, while Arsenal travel to Wa to face All Stars.

Chelsea will host Kessben with SP Mirren staying home to play All Blacks on Thursday.

Liberty will sort things out with King Faisal, while Ashgold play as guests of Hasaacas at the Essipong Stadium.