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Football News | May 25, 2004

King Faisal Is Club Of The Week

Graphic

Sensational King Faisal won the 'Club of the Week' in the opening matches of Zone 'A' of the Premier League.

Their intelligent striker Abubakari Yahuza also won the Player of the Week following Graphic Sports' analysis of various reports from the matches at the various centres.

Faisal put up a plucky performance to beat RTU 2-0 at Bolgatanga to stake a strong claim to the championship in the zone.They now lie second on the league table, just a goal behind Asante Kotoko.Yahuza won the Player of the Week, putting him a shade above Asante Kotoko's dare devil midfielder, Charles Taylor, who was also in devastating form last Sunday against B.A. United in a match that he was substituted in the 63rd minute.

Yahuza was in fantastic shape and capped an afternoon of brilliant football with two great goals. The Faisal star also shared the Goal King top spot with Kotoko's Frank Osei, who also fired two past B.A. United in their 4-1 triumph.It was a good beginning in terms of goal scoring in Zone 'A'. Eight goals were produced from the three matches played.

Asante Kotoko had half of the total number of the goals scored, making them the top-scoring club for the week. The match between Bofoakwa and AshantiGold was rescheduled for next Sunday at Sunyani.In Zone B, Accra Hearts of Oak's 3-0 walloping of Liberty Professionals at the Accra Stadium last Sunday earned them the 'Club of the Week' title.

Hearts had an easy ride over their one-time bogey side, as the Phobian strikers went on rampage with three first half goals. Veteran Emmanuel Osei Kuffour scored a brace while Ablade Morgan hit the target against his former club. Kuffour, the two-goal hero for Hearts, was named Graphic Sports' Player of the Week for Zone B.

Hearts perch comfortably on top of their zone, followed in second place by city rivals Great Olympics.Hearts were the only winners in Zone B, as the two other matches ended in draws.

New entrants Real Sportive earned a valuable point after holding Olympics to a 1-1 draw while Sekondi Hasaacas and Power FC played to a scoreless draw. The match between Fetteh Feyenoord and Heart of Lions at Cape Coast was postponed.

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