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07 Feb

GPL Team of the Week announced; Check those who made it

Your comprehensive and authoritative football website,, comes your way with the team of the week for match-day eight.
Some of the teams have started to take shape on the league table with other players too have started to distinguish themselves as quality players to be taking serious in the league and for the future.
Two foreigners Raddy Ovouka of Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies chief tormentor Victorien Adebayor made the list once again following their sterling output for their teams in the midweek.
In a typical 4-1-2-3 formation, Ashanti Gold dominated with two players with the returnees in the best eleven such as Yusif Mubarak, Ibrahim Osman, Christopher Nettey and Sulley Ibrahim.
GK- Richard Attah
The former Elmina Sharks shot-stopper continued his blistering performance in the sticks of the Rainbow boys against Ashanti Gold.
He denied the Miners from scoring with his brilliant saves in both halves of the game.
Attah answered why he deserves the no.1 spot at Hearts of Oak ahead of Richmond Ayi and Ben Mensah with his swift and agile abilities in their matches.
RB- Christopher Nettey (Asante Kotoko)
Since his arrival at Asante Kotoko in December last year, Nettey has proven to be one of the best fullbacks in the ongoing Premier League with movements on the flanks to prevent Richard Danso and Augustine Boakye from causing havoc.
He covered almost every blade of grass at the Sogakope RedBull Arena to earn applauds from the fans who witnessed the match.
CB: Konadu Yiadom (WAFA)
The five-star performance from the youngster in the back line of the West African Football Academy SC aided his side from conceding with pressure mounted by Asante Kotoko.
Konadu held on the upfront of Asante Kotoko from making any meaningful incursion throughout the duration of the game. 
His output earned him the Man Of The Match award.
CB: Yusif Mubarak (Ashanti Gold)
The stalwart centre-back returns to the list of the best eleven after missing the last two following his sterling performance against Hearts of Oak.
His combination with Samed Ibrahim pocketed the Joseph Esso and Kofi Kordzi from scoring in their cagey encounter on Thursday night 
He proved how strong he was in aerial dues winning almost all his challenges in air.
LB- Raddy Ovouka (Hearts of Oak)
One of the best foreign talents in the Ghana Premier League this season is Raddy Ovouka of Hearts of Oak.
He won almost 85% of tackles from causing harm to his side and provided descent crosses but their strikers failed to find the back of the net.
Ovouka's pace and surge upfront created a lot of movements and space in the final third for side who banged in three pass their opponents.
DM- Mark Acquah
Acquah's name was on the lips of all football enthusiasts who watched Ebusua Dwarfs clash with Aduana Stars at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Wednesday.
He was superb in midfield for Coach Ernest Thompson's side as he battled with the home side's enforcers to avoid them launching any threatening attacks in their victory over Aduana.
He was adjudged the man of the match following his sparkling performance.
CM- Appiah McCarthy (Ashanti Gold)
Undoubtedly, the former Asokwa Deportivo star is arguably one of the best creative midfielders in the country with another monstrous performance.
He was the boss was in the middle for his side against Hearts of Oak. Their clash with the Rainbow club was exciting as both sides had workaholic midfielders in their folds.
CM- Cletus Nombil (Dreams FC)
After failing to secure a deal with Swedish giants AIK and Heart of Midlothian in Scotland, the 19-year-old has begun to gear himself into the 'Still Believe' lads set-up under Coach Karim Zito.
Nombil orchestrated most of the moves made by Dreams FC in the middle. He gave his strikers many options upfront to get easy movement on the field of play.
Sulley Ibrahim (Great Olympics)
The former Ghana U17 star proved to be a difficult customer for King Faisal in their week eight encounter on Wednesday.
His dexterity on the flanks and productivity gave his side attacking hopes whenever on attack.
He won the man of the match award following his sparkling performance for the Wonder Club.
RW- Ibrahim Osman (King Faisal)
Despite his side home loss to Great Olympics, the budding talented attacker was a delight to watch at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
The Kotoko loanee climbed off the bench to score two goals for King Faisal as they suffered a defeat in a seven-goal thriller.
CF- Victorien Adebayor
The Niger international continued his remarkable performance for the 'Eleven is to One' lads with a double against Techiman Eleven Winders.
The 23-year-old still remains chief tormentor in the ongoing Ghana Premier League with seven goals with five assists in eight matches for Inter Allies.
He's truly on rampage and he clearly gave out a vintage performance in their 3-0 away win over Eleven Wonders in Techiman.
Coach: Ernest Thompson (Ebusua Dwarfs)
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