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06.05.2005 Football News

Top scorers chart

By GNA

Accra, May 6, GNA - The race for the 2005 top scorer award in the GT Premiership has switched to another gear as the league gathers momentum with action coming up at seven of the eight centres this weekend. The chart has taken a dramatic switch with four players sharing the top spot with three goals each.

Among the scorers are 2003 top scorer, Shaibu Yakubu and Asante Kotoko's Daniel Acquah, who though a defender, has become the saviour of the team since the season began. Below is the list of scorers on the chart.

Three (3)-Alfred Nii Larbi- (Hearts), Ekow Ghansah - (Dwarfs), Shaibu Yakubu - (Ashgold) and Daniel Acquah - (Kotoko).

Two (2) Goals: Michael Amissah-Isaidoo - (Dwarfs), Anthony Annan - (Hearts), Awudu Alhassan - (Hasaacas), Eric Adu-Poku - (Arsenal), Anas Mohammed - (Hotspurs), Alex Asamoah - (Arsenals), Danladi Sherif - (Feyenoord), Samuel Ocran- (Power) and Mustapha Essuman and Kofi Nti Boakye - (Liberty),

One (1) - Bernard Don Bortey, Francis Bossman and James Boateng - (Hearts), Mahdi Abubakari - (Feyenoord), Ellis Samuel and John Ainoo - (Hasaacas), Charles Asamoah and Ben Adu Yeboah (Power), Gafaru Abdulai, Alhassan Weah, Toufik Alolo, Hamza Mohammed and Akwesi Soale - (RTU), Obed Ansah and Joseph Masiru - (Lions), Osei Antwi, Eric Gawu, Kwabena Poku and Sumaila Yahaya (Faisal), James Boadu and Francis Aggrey - (Arsenal), Nasiru Ghani and Issah Ahmed- (Kotoko), Gimbah Aziz - (Hotspurs), Felix Baffoe, Michael Helegbe and Stanley Afedzie - (Liberty), Esme Mends, Samuel Enzemeba and Mohammed Ibrahim - (Sportive) and Emmanuel Nuhey - (Bofoakwa).

Note: The list does not include the outstanding matches between Faisal and Kotoko as well as the match between Faisal and Liberty Professionals.

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