Performance of Ghanaian player Abroad

European football specialist Herbert Boakye Yiadom brings to you a comprehensive report on how Ghanaian players performed on Friday and Saturday.

Black stars team

Richmond Boakye-Yiadom climbed off the bench to score his first league goal of the season for Red Star Belgrade against Proleter in the Serbian Super League this weekend.

Asamoah Gyan scored for the second week running in the ISL for North East United in their home game against GOA.

Kwesi Appiah also came from the bench to score for AFC Wimbledon in the League one game against Lincoln.

ENGLAND

Ghana black stars

Christian Atsu came off the bench to play 14 minutes for Newcastle in their 3-2 win over West Ham

Kelvin Danso saw 16 minutes of action for Southampton as they lost 2-1 to Manchester City

In the Championship, Andre Ayew played the full throttle as Swansea picked a 2-1 win against Wigan

Andy Yiadom played the full throttle for Reading in their 2-1 win over Millwall

In the League One, Kwesi Appiah scored for AFC Wimbledon as they drew against Lincoln

SPAIN

Thomas Partey played the entire duration for Atletico Madrid in their 1-1 draw against Sevilla.

France

In the Ligue 1, John Boye missed FC Metz squad against Montpellier due to injury

In the Ligue 2, Rabiu Mohammed played 59 minutes for Paris FC as they drew against Grenoble

Lawrence Ati-Zigi warmed the bench for Sochaux in their 2-0 win over Niort

Abdul Samed Salis was not included in Clermont squad over the weekend

ITALY

In the Serie A,  Kwadwo Asamoah  missed Inter Milan’s game against Bologna which they won 2-1.

In the Serie B, Bright Addae was introduced into the game in the 64th minute for Juve Stabia as they lost 2-1 to Livorno

Emmanuel Gyasi came off the bench to play 17 minute for Spezia against Chievo

Moses Odjer made a brief appearance for Salernitana in their 2-1 win against Entella

GERMANY

Christopher Antwi-Adjei lasted 90 minutes for Paderborn in their 3-0 defeat to Hoffenheim

AUSTRIA

Majeed Ashimeru played 84 minutes for Salzburg in their 3-0 win over Mattersburg

Isaac Donkor played the full throttle for Sturm Graz as they lost to Wolfsberger AC

BELGIUM

Joseph Paintsil missed Genk’s game against against Eupen

Samuel Asamoah played the entire duration for St. Truiden in their 1-0 win over Oosstende

Jonah Osabutey scored for Mouscron in their 3-1 win over Antwerp. Daniel Oparemissed the game due to injury for Antwerp

Eric Ocansey missed Kortrijk’s game against Club Brugge

Gideon Mensah lasted the entire duration for Waregem in their 2-1 win over Waasland-Beveren. Thomas Agyepong missed the game for Waasland-Beveren due to injury.

In the Proximus League,

Kamal Sowah lasted the entire duration for Leuven as they drew against St.Gilloise

DENMARK

Dauda Mohammed climbed off the bench to play 16 minutes for Esbjerb in their 1-1 draw against Horsens

INDIA

Asamoah Gyan scored his second goal of the season for North East United as they drew against Goa at home in the ISL

PORTUGAL

Aziz, Henry Medarious and Alhassan Wakaso all missed Guimaraes game against Moreirense

QATAR

Babo Barro warmed the bench for Al-Ahli Doha in their 2-1 defeat to Al-Sadd

SERBIA

Richmond Boakye Yiadom scored his first league goal of the season for Red Star Belgrade’s against Proleter

SLOVAKIA

Sadam Sulley and Edmund Addo featured for Senica as they lost to Slovan Brastislava

Emmanuel Mensah saw 31 minutes of action for Michalovce in their 2-2 draw against Z.Moravce

SWEDEN

Enoch Adu played the entire duration for AIK in their 2-1 win over Sundsvall

Kwame Kizito warmed the bench for Hacken as they lost to Hammarby 4-1

Mensiro saw 57 minutes of action for Ostersunds in their 7-1 defeat to Goteborg

TURKEY

Joseph Attamah played 90 minutes for Rizespor as they lost to Galatasaray by 2-0

Caleb Ekuban missed Trabzonspor game against Goztepe

USA

In the USL championship, Solomon Asantefeatured for Phoenix Rising as they lost to Real Monarchs at home.

Retired Ghana international and Bayern Munich defender Samuel Osei Kuffour to move king fiasal football club from Kumasi

Founder and owner of Kumasi based King Faisal FC, Alhaji Karim Grunsah has hinted on the possibility of moving the club away from Kumasi if the take over bid with former player Samuel Osei Kuffour becomes successful.

Samuel osei kuffour

Speaking to Fox Sports Talk program on Fox 97.9 FM, Alhaji Karim Grunsah claimed that the people of Kumasi do not watch matches of King Faisal and this makes the team I cure lots of losses.

According to Alhaji, Otumfour Osei Tutu II, King of the Asante kingdom, is out of the country and when he arrives, he (Alhaji Grunsah) and the incoming bankroller of King Faisal Osei Kuffour will pay a courtesy call on the King, and the decision whether to keep the team in Kumasi rests with Osei Kuffour, subject to His Royal Majesty’s approval.

“I went to see Otumfour but he has traveled. I pray that the talks with Osei Kuffour is completed before Otumfour arrives then we introduce him to Nana. You know Kumasi people don’t watch our matches, now Osei Kuffour is taking over so if he wants the team to remain in Kumasi then so be it. Whatever the case just as Kotoko is for Otumfour so is King Faisal so if the team will be taken out of Kumasi it will still need his approval”, Grunsah hinted.

Manchester United are set to bring back Zlatan Ibrahimovic from L.A Galaxy

Manchester United are set to bring back their former striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic to improve their fortunes in front of goal, according to inusahayewjnr.wordpress.com

Zlatan Ibrahimovic in L.A Galaxy jersey

United have not been in good goal-scoring form this season and have shifted their interest towards Ibrahimovic.

The report says that United have made ‘small contact’ to enquire about signing Ibrahimovic.

The newspaper claimed that while it is highly unlikely United would ever re-sign the LA Galaxy forward, there has been some sort of discussion.

Speaking earlier in the season, United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Ibrahimovic to give him a call if he’s serious about returning to the club.

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