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Bashir Hayford joins Medeama coaching staff

Published on: 05 August 2010

Bashir Hayford has signed a three-year contract with Ghana Premier League side Medeama Sporting Club with the task of forming an unbeatable squad for the next soccer season.

The former coach of defunct Kessben FC sealed the deal on Wednesday with the Tarkwa-based club.

Medeama secured Premier League football rights by taking over Kessben FC in a reported US$ 600,000 dollar deal.

Hayford won the 2007/2008 league title with giants Asante Kotoko but was dismissed the following season.

He has also coached Power FC and Heart of Lions in the Ghana Premier League.


  • dave says:
    August 05, 2010 01:22 pm
    i was totally dissapointed with the sale of kessben fc to medeama,but i am great fan of coach bash and i wish all the best at his new club.i wish he wins the league with them.
  • k says:
    August 05, 2010 10:43 pm
    $600,000 aint money. This is cheap business. When sum Useless clubs are selling garbage players lyk Bekoe for near that amount. OMG!