Glo Premier League round-up
The First half of the Glo premier league rounded off at all eight venues yesterday with traditional giants Hearts and Kotoko struggling to find their form.
The league takes a break and resumes on January 9. Joy Sports' Daniel Oduro has been monitoring the league and reports that Berekum Chelsea cemented their dominance in the first half of the league campaign as they opened a 7 point lead on the Glo Premier League table with a 1-0 win over Tudu Mighty Jets at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Chelsea have resolved to lift this seasons league title and head Coach Orlando Wellington believes there is no turning back.
Asante Kotoko ended the year on the high after they halted their seven match winless run with a hard fought 2-1 victory against Wa All Stars at home.
Paa Kwesi Faiben's reign in charge of Hearts of Oak could be over after Hearts suffered a 2-1 defeat against RTU at the Tamale Stadium.
One time leaders, Kessben got back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory against King Faisal but head Coach Bashiru Hayford says his sides performance must improve if they are to make a meaningful challenge for the title.
Meanwhile, King Faisal Coach Henry Wellington felt his team was hard done by decisions on and off the field.
Elsewhere, Berekum Arsenals and Aduana Stars share the spoils at the Golden City Park. Liberty Professionals topsy turvey run in the league continued as they settled for a 2-2 draw at home to Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs.
In other fixtures, Ashanti gold deepened the woes of almost an relegated B.A. Stars with a 1-0 win at Len Clay while Heart of Lions and second place New Edubiase played a goalless draw game.