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Comprehensive report on the performance of Ghanaian players abroad

Posted On Monday, 15th April 2013
Dominic Oduro's goal was of a true class

Dominic Oduro’s goal was of a true class

Black Stars winger Wakaso Mubarak continues to grab the headlines in Spain for the right reasons as he scored and assisted one in Espanyol’s 3-3 draw with Valencia in the La Liga.

His second on two weeks running.

Defender John Boye also scored for Stade Rennes in France while Dominic Oduro also registered his third goal of the brand new MSL season in the United States.

There was a goal for Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan in the UAE Pro League.

Ghanasoccernet.com’s Akyereko Frimpong Manson has more on Ghanaian stars abroad including youngsters playing in junior leagues.

ENGLAND
Emmanuel Frimpong watched Fulham’s 1-1 draw at Aston Villa from the Fulham bench.

In the Npower Championship, Jeffrey Schulpp scored one of the goals for Leicester City who drew 2-2 with Birmingham City.

Youngster Koby Arthur failed to make the Birmingham City first team grades.

Midfielder Prince Buaben managed to break into the Watford squad for their trip to Peterborough United but he was an unused substitute as they 3-2.

Winger Albert Adomah saw full-time action for relegation-bound Bristol City in their 2-1 reverse against Bolton Wanderers.

Jeffrey Schulpp scored for Leicester City on Friday

Jeffrey Schulpp scored for Leicester City on Friday

In the League One, Akwasi Asante came off the Shrewsbury Town bench to play 32 minutes for them in their 3-0 home defeat to AFC Bournemouth.

Patrick Agyemang lasted 74 minutes for Portsmouth whose relegation survival hopes were dealt a blow after going down 3-2 at Brentford.

Former Liverpool youngster Will Antwi sat on the AFC Wimbledon bench in their 2-2 draw with Exeter City.

ITALY
Chievo Verona and Catania drew 0-0 at the Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi.

While Isaac Cofie saw full time action for Chievo, Amidu Salifu sat on the Catania bench.

Sampdoria held Genoa to a 1-1 to remain above the relegation zone.

There was neither Said Ahmed Said nor Moro Al-Hassan in the Genoa team.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu came off the bench Udinese bench after 71 minutes in their 3-0 win over Parma.

In the Serie B, Yaw Asante was omitted from the Grosseto as they lost 1-0 to Empoli.

Sassuolo and Brescia drew 1-1.

Richmond Boakye-Yiadom and Yussif Raman Chibsah came off the bench to play in the second half for Sassuolo while Mase Nana Addo Welbeck sat on the Brescia bench.

Maxwell Boadu Acosty and Daniel Kofi Agyei were both in action for Juve Stabia narrowly defeated Spezia 2-1.

AC Milan loanee Edmund Etse Hottor was not in the Virtus Lanciano side that lost 4-3 against Bari.

Bright Addai sat on the Crotone bench when they Pro Vercelli 2-1.

Inter Milan loanee Alfred Duncan came off the bench in the 61st minute to help Livorno beat Varese 3-1.

Isaac Donkor celebrates with Bocar Djumo and his other Inter Milan team-mates

Isaac Donkor celebrates with Bocar Djumo and his other Inter Milan team-mates

Isaac Donkor helped Inter Milan’s Primavera side to beat Padova 3-2.

GERMANY
Afriyie Acquah failed to make the Hoffenheim first team squad when they managed a 2-2 draw at Wolfsburg.

Karim Bellarabi was not in the Bayern Leverkusen side when they held Schalke 04 to a 2-2 draw.

Defender Baba Abdul Rahman was replaced after just 37 minutes by Greuther Furth who lost 6-1 against Dortmund.

In the Bundesliga II, St Pauli eased past Munich 1860 3-1.

Christopher Avevor lasted the full 90 minutes for Pauli but American-born Joseph Claude-Gyau was not in the Pauli team.

Denis Danso-Weidlich came off the bench after 62 minutes to play for Regensburg in their 0-0 draw at Paderborn.

Marcel Appiah was not in the Arminia Bielefeld side that defeated Wehen 3-1 but striker Eric Agyemang was introduced on the 90th minute mark.

In the Junior League, Obed Scholl-Amoah came off the bench to set up a goal for Werder Bremen II when they drew 1-1 with VfR Neumunster.

Lenny Sowah played full throttle for Hamburg II when they lost 2-1 to St Pauli.

SPAIN

Wakaso Mubarak celebrates his goal with his team-mate

Wakaso Mubarak celebrates his goal with his team-mate

Wakaso Mubarak scored and set up a goal for Espanyol who drew 3-3 with Valencia.

Osasuna were without Anthony Annan when they lost 1-0 at Malaga.

Ghanaian goalkeeper Razak Brimah kept the post for ten-man Guadalajara who lost 3-0 at Sporting Gijon.

In the Segunda B, Thomas Partey scored twice and help Atletico Madrid to beat Fuenlabrada 5-2.

Striker Lukman Ali played 90 minutes for Osasuna II who lost 2-0 at SD Logroñés.

Isaac Nana Asare and Stephen Owusu-Ansah played in Rayo Vallecano II’s 1-1 draw with Ourense.

Erixon Danso was not in the Valencia II team in their 0-0 draw at Huracán Valencia.

Starlet Paul Quaye was in full time action for Espanyol II when they defeated Ontinyent 2-1.

Benjamin Akoto Asamoah played the entire regulation minutes for Atletico Madrid III when they edged Adarve 2-1.

David Tetteh scored a consolation goal for Atletico when they split the points with Santa Marta.

FRANCE
Olympique Marseille and Lille shared the spoils in a 0-0 draw.

Andre Ayew has the entire 90 minutes for Marseille while Jordan Ayew was introduced after 50 minutes.

John Boye scored for Stade Rennes but they lost at Evian TG

John Boye scored for Stade Rennes but they lost at Evian TG

Black Stars defender John Boye scored for Stade Rennes but they lost 4-2 at Evian TG.

Rabiu Mohammed played full time for Evian but Jonathan Mensah was not in the Evian team.

Lorient posted a comprehensive 4-1 win over Bastia.

Mohammed Abu played in central midfield for Lorient while Samuel Inkoom was introduced after the interval.

Ishmael Yartey was not in the Sochaux team when they lost 3-0 at OG Nice.

In the Ligue 2, AS Monaco humbled Auxerre 2-0 to tighten their grip at the top of the table.

However Ghanaian duo Dennis Appiah and Derrick Appiah were not in the Monaco team.

Haminu Dramani was not in the Arles Avignon team when they won 3-1 at Laval.

HOLLAND
Fred Benson scored twice in either halves to give PEC Zwolle a comfortable 2-0 win over VVV Venlo.

Jeffrey Sarpong was unable to make the NAC Breda first team grades when they beat NEC 2-0 on Saturday.

Kwame Quansah played in midfield for Heracles Almelo who suffered a 2-0 defeat while at home to Groningen.

Youngster Edwin Gyasi did not make the trip with FC Twente when they won 3-1 at ADO Den Haag.

AZ Alkmaar demolished nine-man FC Utrecht 6-0 to move 13th on the log.

Nana Akwasi Asare lasted the entire 90 minutes for Utrecht but Ghanaian prospect Kevin Luckassen was not in AZ squad for the game.

Ajax Amsterdam managed a 3-2 win over rivals PSV Eindhoven at the Phillips Arena.

Memphis Depay and Georginio Wijnaldum both played for PSV.

In the second-tier League, Elvis Manu was brought on after the first half but he could not help Excelsior avoid a 2-0 defeat at Oss.

TURKEY
Defender Jerry Akaminko was in central defence for Eski?ehirspor who lost 1-0 at Fenerbache.

Youngster Torric Jebrin was not in the 1461 Trabzon side that drew 1-1 at Tav?anl? in the Turkish second-tier league.

Emmanuel Banahene did not make the trip with Karsiyaka when they edged Denizlispor 2-1.

PORTUGAL
Youngster Lord Ofosuhene scored the only goal of the match for Rio Ave’s U19 side when they won 1-0 over their FC Porto counterparts.

RUSSIA

Abdul Majeed Waris came off the bench to help Spartak Moscow win 2-0

Abdul Majeed Waris came off the bench to help Spartak Moscow win 2-0

Black Stars striker Abdul Majeed Waris came off the bench in the 76th minute to play for Spartak Moscow who beat Amkar Perm’ 2-0.

BELGIUM
Genk have gone just a point within the reach of leaders Anderlecht after managing a 2-1 win over Lokeren.

Midfielder Bennard Kumordzi lasted the entire game for Genk.

Enock Adu-Kofi warmed the bench for Club Brugge when they drew 1-1 with Anderlecht.

Daniel Opare held down his place at right-back and lasted the entire game for Standard Liege when they won 4-3 over Zulte-Waregem.

Neither Rahim Ayew, Richard Ofori nor Cofie Bekoe was in the Lierse SK squad when they lost 2-1 to Gent in the Europa play-offs.

Abraham Kudemor saw Sporting Charleroi’s 1-1 draw with Waasland-Beveren from the bench.

Abdul Yakinu-Iddi was axed from the KV Mechelen first team squad when they won 3-0 at Leuven.

AUSTRIA
Black Stars defender Isaac Vorsah was not in action for Red Bull Salzburg who 2-1 at Mattersburg.

CROATIA
Defender Lee Addy lasted the entire 90 minutes for Dinamo Zagreb who emerged 2-0 victors over Inter Zaprešic.

CYPRUS
Enoch Ebo Andoh saw full time action for AEL Limassol in their 2-0 triumph over Apollon Limassol.

Carlos Ohene was not in the AEL team.

Former AshGold striker Shaibu Yakubu watched from the Enosis bench when they lost 1-0 at Doxa.

DENMARK

Davidson Drobo-Ampem was a pillar in defence for Esbjerg who thumped Randers FC 2-0.

FC Midtjylland thrashed Horsens 5-2 to push up to 7th and leave Horsens still facing the dangers of relegation.

Kolja Afriyie was in the Midtjylland defence while Charles Takyi came off the Horsens bench after 30 minutes.

EGYPT
Striker John Antwi scored twice for Ismaily who hit four past El Geish in the Egyptian Premier League.

Ernest Papa-Arko came off the bench to play the last 10 minutes for FC Smouha who beat Telephonaat 1-0.

GREECE
Winger Quincy Owusu-Abeyie was axed from the Panathinaikos first team squad when they drew 1-1 against Olympiakos in the Greek Super League top-liner.

Aziz Tetteh was in central defence for Platanias but could not help them avoid a 5-0 humiliation at the hands of Veria.

NORWAY
Ernest Asante was a second half substitute by IK Start who held Rosenborg BK to a pulsating 1-1 draw.

Adam Kwarasey kept the post for Stromsgodset and helped to beat Vålerenga 3-0.

Youngster Enock Kwakwa came off the bench in the 84th minute while defender Razak Nuhu sat on the bench.

King Osei-Gyan watched from the Viking bench when they won 1-0 over Odd.

ROMANIA
Astra Giurgiu lost 2-1 at Gaz Metan Media?.

Midfielder Seidu Yahaya saw 62 minutes of action for Astra but Sadat Bukari warmed the bench.

Sulley Muniru was introduced in the 63rd minute by CFR Cluj who lost 3-2 to Pandurii Târgu Jiu on home turf.

SWITZERLAND
Samuel Afum was a 62nd minute substitute by Young Boys Bern who lost 2-1 against FC Thun.

SWEDEN
BK Hacken recorded their second win of the campaign after beating Djurgarden 4-0.

Dominic Oduro

Dominic Oduro

Reuben Aryana came off the bench in the 22nd minute for Hacken but Nasiru Mohammed sat on their bench.

Yussif Chibsah and Daniel Amartey played for Djurgarden but Man City loanee Godsway Donyoh failed to make the first team squad.

Åtvidaberg pipped AIK Stockholm 1-0.

There was no Abubakar Mohammed in the Åtvidaberg team but Emmanuel Dogbe sat on their bench.

Former New Edubiase United captain Ibrahim Moro came off the bench to play 14 minutes for AIK while Kwame Karikari was unused.

Striker Benjamin Fadi was a bench warmer for Malmo FF who beat Kalmar 1-0.

UKRAINE
Dominic Adiyiah was a full timer for Arsenal Kiev when they lost 2-0 to Metalurh Donetsk in the Premier League.

Abeiku Quansah returned from injury to play a bit part of the game for Arsenal.

UAE
Striker Asamoah Gyan came off the bench to score the all-important goal to help Al Ain beat Al Ittihad Kalba 3-1.

USA
Dominic Oduro scored in the 72nd minute to hand Columbus Crew a precious away point at Montreal Impact.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Riquelme says:

    All bunch of mediocre and overated players.. The (Epl & laliga) is regarded as the best league in d world, but how many gaynians are plying dia trade over there? How many of dem are playing regularly in these 2 league?

  2. Blakroze GH says:

    Erm Riquelme,…not to dispute u or anything,b b b b b b(stammering)but cld u tell me the teams your goal scorers of the just ended afcon played? Eg: Mba=laliga/epl, Emenike=laliga/epl etc…..and don’t give me the same OLD underperforming name “MIKEL” cos I still fail to see how a good player like him has failed to score more than 10 goals this season…oh wait,make it…..5 goals?……no 3?….2…..erm….let’s not make u uncomfortable at least give us just 2 instances where almighty OBI scored in the past “FIVE SEASONS” for Cfc…two goals oo cos mumu Essien in his depleted form has gone to a better team and recorded at least one goal in “ONE SEASON” oo….and noo excuses about his role/position cos D.Luiz, Ivanovic and Terry are all scoring goals there oo, after you give us his goals of the past 5 seasons, then you can run your stinking mouth here and talk about over-rated and what not ok?……mcheew

  3. Maxwell Johnson says:

    Hahahaha Blakroze I like that bro, this Riquelme dude really needs to be educated well. He claims our players are bunch of mediocre and overrated players yet we have as many as 5 of our players plying their trade for one of the best clubs in the world which they cant even boast of. I can mention Essien (Real Madrid CF) KPB & Muntari (AC Milan) KASA (Juventus) Young Christian Atsu (FC Porto) or even Dede (OM).

    9ja have only two star players in the persons of Mikel & Moses whom ply their trade for Chelsea which is not even in the class of Juventus not to talk of Madrid or AC Milan. A couple of months ago Moses was playing for relegation-trapped Wigan Athletic and was only bought for a paltry sum of £7m, the most handsome Nigerian player ever(LOOOOOOL)Taiye Taiwo failed to make the cut @ AC Milan. He was loaned to QPR and now languishing in Ukraine with Dynamo Kyiv again on loan.





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