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23.10.2005 Sports News

Tagoe retakes lead after a brace against Lions

By GNA
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Accra, Oct 23, GNA - Prince Tagoe took sole leadership of the scorers chart in this year's GT Premier League after his brace in Hearts of Oak 3-0 away win over Kpando Heart of Lions.

Tagoe for some weeks now endured a barren spell, which allowed Emmanuel Osei Kuffour, formerly of Accra Hearts of Oak and now with Ashantigold to catch up with him on eleven goals apiece on top of the chart.

But the veteran failed to keep pace with Tagoe this time around after he threw away a penalty in Ashantigold's goal less drawn game against RTU.

Below is the chart:

13 - Prince Tagoe (Hearts)

11 - Emmanuel Osei Kuffour (Ashgold)

10 - Eric Gawu (Faisal)

9 - Sadat Bukari (Lions) Alex Asamoah (Arsenal) Yaw Antwi (Bofoakwa)

8 - Michael Helegbe (Liberty) Toufik Alolo (RTU) Eric Bekoe (Lions) Sumaila Nyaya Alhassan (Faisal)

7 - Alhassan Weah (RTU) Mark Adu Amofa (Sportive) Mustapha Essuman (Liberty)

6 - Ekow Ghansah (Dwarfs) Ben Moses Andoh (Hasaacas) Amui Quaye (Hotspurs)

5 - Shaibu Yakubu (Ashgold) Francis Aggrey (Arsenals) Douglas Nkrumah, Nasiru Ghani, Daniel Acquah (Kotoko) Kofi Nti Boakye (Liberty) Awudu Alhassan (Hasaacas) Faruk Adamu (Okwawu) Jonathan Abieku (Power) 4 - Aziz Ansah (Kotoko) Francis Bossman, Alfred Nii Larbi and Adjah Tetteh (Hearts) Kwame Obeng Darko, Peter Ofori Quaye (Liberty) Samuel Aryeetey (Dwarfs) Mahdi Abubakar and Danladi Sherif (Feyenoord) Addai Owusu (Arsenal)

3 - Dan Quaye (Hearts) Nana Yaw, Kwabena Yaro, Sampson Ocran (Power) Edmund Owusu Peprah, Habib Mohammed (Faisal) Eric Adu-Poku (Arsenal) Osei Morrison (Hotspurs) Opoku Agyeman (Ashgold) Iddi Yekini, Nafiu Iddrisu (Feyenoord)

2 - Michael Amissah-Isaidoo, Richard Ackon (Dwarfs) Amankwah Mireku, Bernard Don Bortey, Dan Quaye, Anthony Annan (Hearts) Anas Mohammed and Kwame Addo (Hotspurs) Mohammed Abubakari (Feyenoord) Felix Baffoe, Michael Osei, Stanley Afedzie (Liberty) Sadat Mohammed, Kingsley Agyeman, Osei Boateng, Senyo Reubin and Emmanuel Nuhey (Bofoakwa) Akwesi Soale, Gafaru Habib, Hamza Mohammed and Philip Amoaku (RTU) Addoquaye Addo and Awudu Adama (Power) Abubakar Yahuza, Kwabena Poku and Prince Antwi (Faisal) George Yamoah, Yusif Chipsah, Daniel Bomfa and Nana Arhin Duah (Kotoko) Issaka Ibrahim, Kwame Antwi, Azuma Nelson (Okwawu) Dramani Hamidu (Lions) Samuel Enzemeba, Richard Yeboah and Esme Mends (Sportive) Suraj Samad (Hassacas) Prince Yeboah, Ibrahim Yahaya and Osei Kofi (Arsenal) Daniel Asamoah (Ashantigold)

1 - Ablade Morgan, James Boateng, George Eranio, Solomon Okutu, Issah Mohammed, Eric Quarshie (Hearts) Dan Acquaye, Albert Williams, Ellis Samuel, Kingsley Kwarteng, Anthony Davis, Oblitey Mensah and Alidu Moses (Hasaacas) Charles Asamoah, Francis Coufie, Moses Abban, Ben Adu Yeboah, Thomas Mensah and Allan Shearer (Power) Fatawu Seidu, Mohammed Baker, Nurudeen Wemah, Gafaru Abdulai, Abass Iddrisu and Fatawu Mohammed (RTU) Isaac Morgan, Obed Ansah, Ibrahim Suleman, Joseph Masiru, Anas Alidu, Jonathan Qaurtey, Jerry Akaminko and Steven Owusu (Lions) Osei Antwi, Ofosu Micky and Shilla Illiasu (Faisal) Stephen Amankwah and James Boadu (Arsenal) Kwabena Dodzi and Issah Ahmed (Kotoko) Isaac Oppong, Ibrahim Mohammed, George Ohemeng, Gimbah Aziz, Nii Nanka Bruce and Kwabena Boateng (Hotspurs) Agyeman Hanson, Eric Boakye, Wahid Mohammed, Alex Nii Aryee (Liberty) Mohammed Ibrahim, Hamza Abdulai, Nuhu Fusanu, Samuel Ocran, Stephen Afful and Joel Adjei (Sportive) Emmanuel Atta-Effi, Alhassan Shamu, Douglas Mustapha, Rasid Alawe, Nana Ato Quansah, Ernest Adu (Dwarfs) Obed Owusu, Abubarkar Yusuf, Aminu Ayuba, Wisdom Abbey (Okwawu) Kwaku Sarpong, Ofosu Amoah, Alfred Arthur, Kofi Deblah, George Owu, Lamine Nassir (Ashgold) Yaw Frimpong, Jordan Opoku, Dominic Adiyiah and Theophilus Akpo (Feyenoord) Doe Joseph (Bofoakwa).

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