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League Report of Friday, 20 October 2006

Source: SAVECEVIC,HAPPY SPORTS ACCRA.

Hearts of Oak to Fall on Saturday

Tema Youth F/C will on Saturday maintain their unbeaten home records when they clash with the unrelenting Accra Hearts of Oak in the on-going OneTouch Premiership at Tema Sports Stadium. The embattled Hearts, who drooped to the eight position of the league lather after loosing two vital home points against league leaders, Ashgold, will be the guest of the Tema Youth.

Tema Youth, who is currently lying seventh on the league lather, lost to Liberty Professionals by a lone goal last Sunday, and would want expedite their supremacy on the Phobians come Saturday at the Tema Sports Stadium. The last time these two teams clashed was at Tema, some months ago, which ended goalless draw. Tema Youth, who boats of a solid defence build around Louis Quainoo and Eric Boateng, Yaya Mohammed and Julius Agyabeng will give cover to the agile goalkeeper, Ernest Sowah. In the midfield battle, the former Hearts of Oak player, who also happens to be the skipper of Tema Youth, Joe Ansah, will have hectic time playing against his former team, while the defence men of Hearts will have tough time handling the strikers of the Tema Youth, led by the leading striker, Abeiku Gaisie, along side Abdul Razak, Raymond Darkeh, Ekow Benson, the nimble footed, and Baba Mumuni; but they will not relent in their efforts to maintain their home records, and possibly, climb the league lather. Meanwhile, the Head Coach of Tema Youth, John Eshun, says he believes his team will overpower the Phobians.

The Chief Executive Officer, Emmanuel Kyeremeh, says management has given the players the necessary motivations to boast their moral. A flate rate of 30,000 cedis will be charge at the gate.

Below are other matches which will be played on the same day.

King Faisal will host the giant killers, Heart of Lions at Sunyani Coronation Park, while the remaining matches will be played on Sunday.