Aims Soccer Academy Claims Top Spot After Victory over Mfantseman United.

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Aims Soccer Academy defeated Mfantseman United by a goal to nil at Ajumako Brofoyedur School Park on Sunday 18th July,2021 to move them to the summit of Mfantseman District Division 3 League table.

Aims started the game in a very fashionable style with their usual possession and quick passes.

Few minutes into the game Aims took the lead through a powerful strike from Nani which beat the Mfantseman United’s goalkeeper.

They could have doubled their lead before the break but lack of communication and indecisions on the part of the attackers made it easier for the Mfantseman defenders to clear their lines.

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Mfantseman United pushed for equaliser in the early stages with a fine strike but Aims’ goalkeeper was up to task.

Thereafter, Aims took over the game, put pressure on Mfantseman United and created more chances but none of these could result in another goal.

This victory takes Aims to the top of the table with 21 points after 9 games whiles Mfantseman occupies the second position with 20 points after 10 games.

Aims Soccer Academy travels to Ekumfi Gyinakoma to take on Ekumfi United on Thursday in the last game of the first round. A victory for Aims will extend their lead to 4 points.

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Ajumako-Bisease Homecoming Gala: Station Beats Bantoma to Qualify to the semifinals.

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Station made it to the semifinals of the Homecoming Gala on Sunday afternoon when they narrowly beat Bantoma in a 1 – 0 win in their last group game of the competition as Group B leaders.

The first department of the game was balanced with each side creating chances but none of them could convert any.

Station showed their mettle in the second half when Rap Messi headed home from a fine cross to give his team the lead.

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Bantoma played their heart out to seek equaliser but their efforts yielded no fruit. They now have to win their last group game against Nyatsiadze in regulation time to book their qualification to the semis. Any other results will put them out of the competition.

The final group matches will be played next week 25th July,2021. Etsifi, who has secured qualifications to the semis, will take on Salem. Bantoma and Nyatsiadze will battle it out for the last semifinal slot in a decider match.

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Ajumako-Bisease Homecoming Gala: Odumase Humbles Salem.

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Odumase Stars stunned Salem in match Day 2 of the Homecoming Gala in a 5 – 4 penalty win on Sunday, 18th July, 2021 at Roman Park to stand a chance of making it to the semifinals of the competition.

Salem took the lead in the first half of the game when a fine header from their defender to the back of the net ended the half with 1 – 0. They continued to dominate in the game and created several goalscoring opportunities but they failed to convert any to bury the game.

Odumase came back from the break strongly and took over the game. Their efforts paid off when a Salem defender was judged to have commited a foul in his own box. The referee did not hesitate to award a penalty to Odumase and Agogo calmly converted to make the scores 1 – 1.

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When it was obvious that the match was heading to penalties, Salem replaced their goalkeeper Sarfo with Khalibi. This substitution was greeted by an uproar from a section of the spectators, who challenged Khalibi’s legibility to play for Salem having been known to reside in Bantoma.

Consequently, there was a temporary hold up of the game but calm returned when tempers were cooled down by leaders of the committee.

At the end of it all, Odumase goalkeeper proved too strong to beat in penalties when he save one penalty to win the game for his team.

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