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‘Our Game With Ashanti Gold Was Fixed, So I Decided To Score Two Own Goals’ – Inter Allies Defender Drops Bomshell

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'Our Game With Ashanti Gold Was Fixed, So I Decided To Score Two Own Goals' - Inter Allies Defender Drops Bomshell

Inter Allies defender, Hashmin Musah, has alleged that the scoreline in their last Premier League game with Ashanti Gold was fixed.

According to him, he had a tipoff about a plot for Ashanti Gold to win but it did not sit well with him, hence he had to change the outcome of the match.

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“I heard it in the camp that our match against Ashanti Gold is a fixed match and the scoreline was 5-0. So I decided to spoil the fans’ bet because I don’t condone betting,’’ he told Kumasi FM.

'Our Game With Ashanti Gold Was Fixed, So I Decided To Score Two Own Goals' - Inter Allies Defender Drops Bomshell

‘Our Game With Ashanti Gold Was Fixed, So I Decided To Score Two Own Goals’ – Inter Allies Defender Drops Bomshell

The defender, who came in as a substitute, said he threatened his coach that he will spoil the plan if he allows him to play from the bench.

In his quest to deliver on his words, he scored his own goal which he said his teammates commended him for after the game.

This action won a landslide victory for Ashanti Gold with a 7-0 outcome.

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Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) in a press statement has it has launched an investigation into the Ghana Premier League Match-day 34 game played between Ashanti Gold SC and Inter Allies FC at the Len Clay stadium at Obuasi on Saturday, July 17, 2021.

Source: GhanaArticles.com

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Dede Ayew Explains Why He Joined Al Sadd

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Black Stars skipper, Andre Dede Ayew, has explained his reasons for joining Qatari league and cup champions Al Sadd.

According to the former Swansea and Marseille talisman, he is joining Al Sadd to continue his father’s legacy and to win trophies.

It would be recalled that Andre’s father (Abedi Ayew Pele) at the beginning of his career as a professional footballer played for Al Sadd for one year between 1982-1983 after joining them from Real Tamale United in Ghana.

Dede Ayew

Making a cameo in a video to announce Andre’s signing of a two-year contract with an option for an additional year, Abedi Pele recounted his stint with Al Sadd 39 years ago before his son took up the narrative.

“I am Andre, and I am now at Al Sadd to continue my father’s legacy and win more trophies,” Dede Ayew also stated in the video.

Watch the video below:

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We Were Right To Sack Maxwell Konadu – Kotoko CEO

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We Were Right To Sack Maxwell Konadu – Kotoko CEO

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Asante Kotoko, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has said he has no regrets about sacking Maxwell Konadu.

Maxwell Konadu was shown the exit in December after matchday 4 of the just ended Ghana Premier League.

READ ALSO: Black Stars Captain, Andre Ayew Joins Qatari Giants Al Sadd

After losing to Great Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium, the Nana Yaw Amponsah led management parted ways with the former Black Stars assistant coach, a decision that attracted a lot of criticisms from the fan base.

Quizzed if he harbours regret about sacking the former Wa All Stars gaffer, the young administrator reiterated he has no regret.

Maxwell Konadu

According to him, the winning rate of coach Konadu was not impressive and that led to the decision of his sacking.

“I don’t regret sacking Maxwell Konadu,” he said.

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“At the time we were sacking him [Maxwell Konadu], his win percentage was not good but Mariano Barreto’s win record is good and it’s around 70 and 80 per cent and at the end of the season, we will access him and if he has not met our target, we will make a decision,” he added.

Following the sacking of Kondau, the Porcupine Warriors appointed Portuguese manager, Mariano Barreto as a permanent manager on a one and half year deal.

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Black Stars Captain, Andre Ayew Joins Qatari Giants Al Sadd

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Qatari side Al Sadd SC have announced they have reached an agreement to sign Ghanaian forward Andre Ayew.

Andre Ayew is expected to arrive in Doha on Thursday morning to complete the routine procedures, followed by the signing of the contract and the official announcement.

READ ALSO: Reward 2 Own Goals Hero Hashmin Musah – Ghana FA ExCO Member

Al Sadd posted a video with a statement confirming the capture of the former West  Ham and former Swansea City forward.

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The statement read: ”Al Sadd have reached an agreement to sign Ghana star Andre Ayew.

“The player will arrive in the morning to complete the routine procedure, followed by the signing of the contract and the official announcement.”

The 31-year-old will be joining the 7th club of his illustrious career which has seen him play in France, England and Turkey.

He left Swansea for free after losing 2-0 to Brentford in the Championship play-off final.

READ ALSO: ‘Our Game With Ashanti Gold Was Fixed, So I Decided To Score Two Own Goals’ – Inter Allies Defender Drops Bomshell

The Black Stars captain was Swansea’s top scorer for the past two seasons, with 35 goals since returning from a loan spell at Fenerbahce.

The former Marseille player is expected to have a take-home salary of around $220,000 a month at his new club.

Ayew will now have the opportunity of working with Barcelona legend Xavi Hernandez, who is the coach of Al Sadd.

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