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Comprehensive wrap of Ghanaian players abroad 26-28 October

Published on: 29 October 2012


AC Milan recorded their first win in four games after beating Genoa 1-0 at the San Siro. Neither Kevin-Prince Boateng nor Sulley Muntari was in the Milan squad.

Ghana youth defender Moro Alhassan sat on the Genoa bench.

Juventus kept their impressive run in the league intact after narrowly beating Catania 1-0 at the Stadio Angelo Massimino.

Ghana star Kwadwo Asamoah was booked on the 23rd minute mark and lasted the entire game for Juve.

Youngster Amidu Salifu sat on the Catania bench.

Young midfielder Alfred Duncan did not make the trip with Inter Milan who won their fifth straight game after defeating Bologna 3-1.

Afriyie Acquah warmed the Parma bench as they posted a 3-1 win over ten-man Torino.

In the Serie B, both Richmond Boakye-Yiadom and Yussif Raman Chibsah played for Sassuolo who piped nine-man Juve Stabia 1-0.

Maxwell Acosty played 65 minutes for Stabia.

There was no Yaw Asante in the Grosseto team that were held to a one-all drawn game by sixth-placed Ternana.

AC Milan loanee Edmund Etse Hottor was an unused sub by Virtus Lanciano who lost 2-0 at Hellas Verona.

Masahudu Alhassan was booked in the 81st minute and played 90 minutes for Novara as they drew 1-1 with Varese.

Parma loanee Bright Addae was replaced after 55 minutes as by Crotone who squeezed out a point from Vicenza after drawining 0-0.


Arsenal needed a late Mikel Arteta finish to record a 1-0 win over QPR at the Emirates.

Would-be Ghanaian Emmanuel Frimpong was out of the Arsenal squad once again.

Prince Buaben Abankwah continued his spell outside of the Watford first team squad as they lost 1-0 at Blackburn Rovers.

Jeffrey Schulpp came off the bench to play 13 minutes of Leicester City's 2-1 defeat at Crystal Palace.

Winger Albert Adomah was a 71st minute substitute for Bristol City who recorded a yet another defeat losing 2-1 to Hull City on home soil.

In the League 2, Barnet posted a 1-0 win over Chesterfield. Ghanaian winger Andrew Yiadom played full-time for Barnet.


Bayer Leverkusen applied the brakes on Bayern Munich after beating 2-1 at their own backyard.

Ghana-pursuit Karim Bellarabi watched the entire action from the Leverksen bench.

In the Bundesliga II, Ghana youth striker Kwame Nsor played the entire second half for Kaiserslautern who drew 3-3 with FC Koln.

St Pauli emerged 3-2 comprehensive winners over Dynamo Dresden on Sunday.

German-born Ghanaian Christopher Avevor scored the second goal for Pauli while Joseph Claude-Gyau came off the bench in the 56th minute.

Midfielder Denis Danso-Weidlich came off the bench on the 57th minute mark to play for Jahn Regensburg who lost 3-1 at FSV Frankfurt.

In the Liga 3, Arminia Bielefeld continued their surge up the ladder after beating Heidenheim 1-0.

Former AshGold striker Eric Agyemang was introduced by Bielefeld three minutes from time while defender Marcel Appiah sat on the bench.


Espanyol were held to a 0-0 draw by Malaga on home soil.

Ghana winger Wakaso Mubarak was booked in the 23rd minute and he lasted the entire match for Espanyol.

Michael Essien was in impressive shape for Real Madrid who posted a 5-0 win over Real Mallorca on Sunday.

The Chelsea loanee lasted the entire minutes for Madrid.

Midfielder Anthony Annan was withdrawn after 80 minutes by Osasuna who suffered a 3-1 defeat at Atletico Madrid.

In the Segunda B, Ghanaian youngster Thomas Partey played full throttle for Atletico Madrid B who lost 1-0 at Coruxo.


Defender John Boye returned to action for Stade Rennes who lost 2-0 at Saint Etienne. The Black Stars center-half was booked on the hour mark.

In the Ligue 2, Haminu Dramani was brought on after the first 45 minutes by Arles Avignon who lost 2-0 to Caen.

Defender Dennis Appiah lasted the entire match for AS Monaco who lost 2-0 to Nantes on home grounds.


Nana Akwasi Asare scored the only goal of the game for FC Utrecht who won 1-0 over FC Groningen.

The former KV Mechelen left-back was replaced after 80 minutes. Defender Johan Kappelhof was dropped to the Groningen bench.

Fred Benson played the full match for PFC Zwolle as they lost 2-1 to PSV Eindhoven on home grounds. Dutch-born Ghanaian winger Memphis Depay was an 81st minute sub by PSV.

Kwame Quansah was influential in midfield for Heracles Almelo who posted a 6-3 win over Heerenveen.

Striker Matthew Amoah watched the entire game from the Heerenveen bench.

Sensational winger Edwin Gyasi was an unused sub by FC Twente who piped RKC Waalwik 1-0.

In the second-tier league, Elvis Manu played the full match for Excelsior as they drew goalless with AGOVV.


Defender Jerry Akaminko was a pillar in defence for Eskisehirspor who managed a 1-1 draw at Elaz?gspor.

The former Heart of Lions defender was booked in the 75th minute.


Ghana left-back David Addy played a key role for Vitória Guimaraes who beat Vitoria Setubal 2-1 but he was booked in the 43rd minute.

Christian Atsu played 19 minutes for FC Porto as they won 2-1 at Estoril.

In the Liga de Honra, Wakaso Mubarak's younger brother Alhassan, was booked in the 23rd minute and lasted the entire match for ten-man Portimonense as they drew 0-0 with Uniao Madeira.


Abraham Kudemor helped Sporting Charleroi to record their third win on a row as they beat giants Anderlecht 2-0.

KV Mechelen made it two wins out of two after beating Lierse SK 3-0. Ghanaian midfielder Abdul Iddi Yakinu played full throttle for Mechelen.

Rahim Ayew and Cofie Bekoe both started for Lierse but the latter was replaced after 67 minutes.

Bernard Yao Kumordzi played the full match for Racing Genk as they shared the spoils with Kortrijk in a 1-1 draw.

In the second-tier league, striker Patrick Amoah played 81 minutes for leaders White Star Woluwé as they won 2-1 against Mouscron- Péruwelz.

Gideon Boateng came off the bench to play 33 minutes for Vise when they managed a one-all draw at Oudenaarde.


BK Hacken surrendered their lead at the top of the Allsvenskan after losing 2-1 against Kalmar on home soil.

Striker Majeed Waris was replaced after 66 minutes while compatriot Nasiru Mohammed lasted the entire match for Hacken.

AIK Stockholm drew 1-1 with Syrianska FC.

Former New Edubiase midfielder Moro Ibrahim played full-time for AIK while striker Kwame Karikari came off the bench to play the second 45 minutes.

Swedish top-flight Discovery of the season nominee Robin Quaison watched the entire match from the bench.

Helsingborg push further up the ladder after beating GAIS 3-1.

Ruben Aryana played 84 minutes for GAIS while David Accam lasted 46 minutes for Helsingborg.


Striker Kwabena Asamoa-Frimpong came off the bench to play 19 minutes for FC Zurich who were beaten 2-1 by FC Zurich.


Stromsgodset got themselves in the title hunt after beating Haugesund 3-2 on Friday.

Ghana duo of Razak Nuhu and Adam Kwarasey played the full 90 minutes for Stromsgodset while youngster Bismark Adjei-Boateng was brought on after the break.

Viking stretched their unbeaten run to five games after narrowly edging Stabæk 1-0.

Midfielder King Osei Gyan watched the full match from the Viking bench.

Awal Issah Mohammed was an unused substitute by Rosenborg BK who lost 2-0 at Molde.

Midfielder Paul Addo was also unused by Odd Grenland as they won 4-0 over Honefoss.


Defender Isaac Vorsah played in defence for Red Bull Salzburg as they lost 2-0 against Rapid Wien.


Levski Sofia moved joint top on the league table after beating Lokomotiv Plovdiv.

Ghana attacker Opoku Agyemang was a second half substitute by Levski.


Defender Lee Addy played in defence for Dalian Aerbin as they drew nil-nil with Shanghai Shenhua.


Former AshGold striker Shaibu Yakubu played the full 90 minutes for ten-man Enosis in their 2-0 defeat to Omonia Nicosia.

Carlos Ohene played 53 minutes for Alki who lost 2-0 against Paphos.


Esbjerg are on the verge of dropping into the relegation zone after losing 2-1 to SonderjyskE.

Defender Davidson Drobo-Ampem watched the entire game from the bench.

Enock Adu Kofi came off the bench to play 35 minutes for Nordsjælland as they beat AB 1-0.


Defender John Pantsil came off the bench to play six minutes for Hapoel Tel Aviv in their 3-0 win over Maccabi Haifa.


Former Asante Kotoko striker Nathaniel Asamoah was unused by Red Star Belgrade in their 2-1 win over Donji Srem.


Dominic Adiyiah came off the bench in the 61st minute and scored four minutes later to help Arsenal Kiev draw 1-1 against Volyn.

Compatriot Abeiku Quansah played his first game in three months for Arsenal Kiev after coming off as an 89th minute substitute.

Neither Derek Boateng nor Samuel Inkoom was once again involved in action for FC Dnipro as they won 2-0 against Karpaty.

Former Ghana U20 defender Daniel Addo sat on the bench again for Zorya FC in their 2-0 defeat at Metalist.


Patrick Nyarko scored in the 16th minute to help Chicago Fire nick a point against DC United in a 1-1 draw.

Compatriot Dominic Oduro came off the bench to play 22 minutes.

Gershon Koffie played the entire minutes for Vancouver Whitecaps in their 0-0 draw with Real Salt Lake.

Portland Timbers and SJ Earthquakes split the points in a 1-1 contest.

Khalif Alhassan was introduced after 75 minutes.


This article has 5 comment(s), give your comment
  • Chidi says:
    October 29, 2012 07:28 pm
    Ghana man stop being a doodling idiot with no class and grow up!
  • Kay says:
    October 29, 2012 02:38 pm
    WAKE UP AFRICA What a list of players !!, there are a lot more who didn't play this weekend. With a top class COACH Ghana could rule Africa for many years but it seems they do not want to INVEST in a world class coaching. Talented players need quality coach to help them reach their fullest potential. Why Africa refuse to invest in their national teams is not even funny. Just look at CIV, Cameroon, Nigeria, South Africa and Ghana current set up. No wonder we don't do well at the World Cup and small teams are taking over African football. CAF and all FAs should wake up !!!. Over twenty years George Weah won the best player of the world, who is going to win the second for Africa? WAKE UP AFRICA !!!!
  • Ghanaman says:
    October 29, 2012 02:27 pm
    IDIOT! Worry about Boko Haram and fock off!!
  • Magnum says:
    October 29, 2012 01:04 pm
    Ghanasoccernet if OPARE were to sign for Manchester or Real Madrid you guys will be the first stupid site to publish it but when this lil chap is injured now not even a publish for encouragement, at least as a Nigerians we do remember all our players in good or bad times
  • abudu says:
    October 29, 2012 11:29 am
    Dominic Adido Adiyiah is the player of the week please Akwasi Appiah the boy is inform now