Matchday 11 saw Wa All Stars overtaken at the top of the league while Kotoko’s engines definitely showed side of moving into another positive gear. Techiman City polished their home credentials but WAFA could only watch Allies take a valuable point. Aduana’s goalscoring is cheerily positive for team form and Hasaacas clawed another home win. It’s the GPL wrap…ADUANA 4-0 DREAMSAduana Stars continued their mesmerising form as they thrashed newbies Dreams FC 4-0 at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park. Richard Mpong opened the floodgates before Yahaya Mohammed increased his goal tally to 11 with a brace before going out for Bright Adjei due to injury in the second half.Adjei also put his name to the score sheet with his first touch. Aduana after a difficult start to the season are now back as title contenders as the move to third position, just two points adrift leaders Hearts of Oak.HASAACAS 3-1 EDUBIASE Prince Antwi’s goal for the visitors was not enough as they were beaten 3-1 by Sekondi Hasaacas at the Essipong Stadium. Ibrahim Suleman scored twice with Eric Bekoe scoring the other goal for the coach Yusif Basigi side.WAFA 0-0 INTER ALLIESEleven is To One played out a goalless draw with WAFA SC at the Sogakope Academy grounds. Allies played out a very solid match with top defensive display, denying the home side chances.Despite both sides enjoying good share of possession, they failed to find the back back with the entertaining game ending in a draw. This result means, Inter Allies lie 15th on the league with a point gained to 10 points. CLICK HERE FOR FULL MATCH REPORT*TECHIMAN CITY 1-3 WA ALL STARSWa All Stars failed to keep their position at the top following a 1-3 defeat away to Techiman City. Kelvin Andoh had pulled one back after Ebenezer Agyapong and Stephen Manu gave the ‘Real Citizens’ a two-goal lead but their hopes were dashed as Ibrahim Issaka cushioned the side with yet another strike later on in the second half. The defeat leaves Wa All Stars second, a point behind Hearts of Oak who have moved to 21 points from 11 games. Techiman City on the other hand now place 4th. KOTOKO 3-0 DWARFSAsante Kotoko made easy work 8 visiting Ebusua Dwarfs by beating the Cape Coast side 3-0 at the Baba Yara Stadium. Young forward opened the scoring in the 18th minute before completing his brace nine minutes from time while winger Frank Sarfo Gyamfi scored in between during first half added time. The Porcupine Warriors now lie 5th with 17 points.CLICK HERE FOR FULL MATCH REPORT* ASHGOLD 0-0 BECHEMBechem Utd frustrated their champions AshantiGold to the same scoreline at the Len Clay Stadium.BEREKUM CHELSEA 0-1 HEARTS The Phobians have moved to the league summit after breaking an eight-year jinx away to the Blues. Hearts had not recorded a win at the Golden City Park since 2008 while their hosts were also holding onto a 43-game run with doubt defeat since the last time Amidaus travelled to beat them on December 8, 2012. Experienced forward Sam Yeboah scored what turned out to be the only and record breaking goal as the Phobians emerged 1-0 winners on Sunday.CLICK HERE FOR FULL MATCH REPORT*Medeama’s home game against Liberty Professionals was postponed due to the Mauves’ involvement in the CAF Confederation Cup over the weekend.WRAP 16 goals1 away win2 draws—Match reports compiled from Joy Sports correspondents, and Footy Ghana.
JAPHET TANGANGA is now cutting it in the Premier League with Tottenham.But just three years ago he was cutting the grass at the North London club’s training ground.2 Japhet Tanganga went from work experience at Tottenham cutting the training ground grass to a first team star in three yearsThe versatile rookie, 21, has blossomed into one of Tottenham and the top-flight’s most promising defenders after a work-experience stint with groundstaff at their Hotspur Way complex when he was 18.He said: “It was a great week of experience. It gave me a real insight into many things about life and football.“Honestly, it was just great seeing how good the training ground was. It was right in front of me, but it was all down to the guys – the attention and work they put in during the rain, during the cold, when it was hot.“For me, it was just a learning experience. It really showed me a lot of things that if I maybe wouldn’t have seen at that time.“It was a great experience, I enjoyed it. It showed me another side of life, it showed me work ethic. It showed me how passionate they were with their jobs. And along the way I met some great people.“They spoke with me in different ways about their life, about working at Tottenham and how much of a pleasure it is.”Just many things that for me I took away and used in everyday life to help me as a person and also a footballer. It was great for me.“I met some amazing people who I will forever remember so when I see them I always say hello, stop by, have a chat and ask them how they’re doing.“A lot of them are proud of me to see how far I’ve come, to be in the first team. It’s amazing.”2Tanganga has hardly let the grass grow under his feet since manager Hose er, sorry Jose Mourinho handed him his Prem debut in January’s 1-0 home defeat by Liverpool.He had just started to establish himself in the Spurs squad when football was halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Tanganga has moved back in with his family during the lockdown.Asked if he is doing the gardening, he said: “Not at the moment but outside my mum has just cut down all the weeds. She’s been begging me to help her out because she says I have experience.“At my girlfriend’s house, they’ve recently laid some grass and some plants. Before the lockdown, sometimes I’d go round there and help them planting flowers and stuff.“But at the moment my mum’s just done the weeds so there’s nothing for me to do.”Tanganga is the latest Spurs academy seedling to flower in the first team, following in the footsteps of Harry Kane and Harry Winks.The defender added: “For me, bringing through academy players is always important at any club. It shows all the work that the academy has done to produce a player.“It’s very important for Tottenham and for every club to produce some academy players. Malachi Fagan-Walcott came on against Leipzig and got a glimpse of it and hopefully from there he wants more and can push on.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’PicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticHopefully the likes of me, Oliver Skipp and those above us can urge the younger lot to follow in our footsteps and try and reach for what we’ve achieved.“I think it’s important for Tottenham and any club to focus on the academy and young people.”Tottenham stars are still being put through their paces under the watchful eye of manager Jose Mourinho with home workouts on Zoom.How Man United could line-up with ‘done deal’ Sancho as Shearer urges Solskjaer to make Kane and Grealish transfers read more
Dinny McGinley TDDeputy Dinny McGinley, has said that Enterprise Ireland figures for 2015 show that the Government’s job creation plan is working in Donegal.In Donegal, 3,567 people are employed in the 142 companies supported by the Department of Jobs, through Enterprise Ireland.Deputy McGinley said “These companies created 272 additional new jobs in Donegal in 2015, an increase of 8% on the previous year.“Over 300 additional new EI jobs have been created in Donegal since the Government was elected. This compares to 786 job losses in the last three years of the previous Government. “This job creation is having an important knock on impact. For every job created in an EI supported company, it is estimated that one additional job is created elsewhere in the economy, so approximately another 300 indirect jobs have been created in Donegal since the Government was elected.“In total, over 135,000 new jobs have been added to the economy since the launch of the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs. Unemployment has now dropped to 8.8%.“Today’s EI results also confirm that this is not just a Dublin based recovery. Aside from the job creation success in Donegal, almost two thirds of the new jobs created were outside Dublin. All of the regions recorded increases in full-time employment in 2015. Our Regional Action Plans for Jobs are designed to increase employment in every region by 10-15% between now and 2020.“Fine Gael has a plan to keep the recovery going and ensure that everyone can feel the benefit. Crucial to this is continued job creation. Having more people in work creates the resources to cut taxes for working people and invest in better services. We will finish the job and replace all the jobs lost in the crash to ensure a better quality of life for all in Donegal.”272 NEW JOBS SUPPORTED BY ENTERPRISE IRELAND IN DONEGAL IN 2015 was last modified: January 6th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DEPUTY DINNY MCGINLEYdonegaljobs read more