Fatau Dauda concedes THREE GOALS on Chippa debut, Ghana's Mohammed scores for Maritzburg

Fatawu Dauda had to pick the ball from his net three times on his Chippa United debut

Fatawu Dauda had to pick the ball from his net three times on his Chippa United debut

Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda conceded THREE GOALS in his debut for Chippa United in the South African top-flight on Tuesday with his compatriot Mike Mohammed scoring for Maritzburg United who cruised to a 3-0 win.

Mohammed and John Paintsil also made their debuts for Maritzburg United with the latter’s experience and defensive prowess helped his side to seal the 3-0 home victory.

Both Ghanaian players were making their first starts for their respective clubs having received their work permits.

The home side started the match the better side with Nhlanhla Vilakazi, taking a shot a goal as early as the first minute of the match, but Chippa goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda, managed to easily deal with the ball.

Maritzburg’s first shot on target came in the 12th minute when Mkhize fired a 24-yard free-kick goalwards, but debutant Dauda was on hand to make a fantastic fingertip save.

Dauda got his debut to the worse possible start – having to pick the ball from his net in the 20th minute off a strike by Ghanaian hitman Mike Mohammed.

The former Orlando Pirates man kept his cool thereafter to see his side through a tough first half just a goal down.

Dauda making his Chippa debut managed to make more important saves to keep his team trailing by a solitary Anas’s goal heading to the half-time break.

Paintsil on the other hand was putting in a good performance with another Ghanaian defender Awal Mohammed on the Maritzburg bench.

Nhlanhla Vilakazi doubled United’s lead just six minutes into the restart to effectively kill off the fight-back from Kosta Papic’s side.

It got even worse for Dauda as Sheldon Van Wyk struck six minutes from time to put a gloss on United’s impressive home performance.


  1. Thegreatest says:

    The abandoned girlfriend juju is working oooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  2. Sterlingz says:

    hmmm….Ghana is in trouble . we have goalkeeoers in our domestic league but we look down on them for this mediocre south Africa league.

  3. Sterlingz says:

    maybe olele must come back like Eddie Ansah when he came back in 2003

  4. Fu-Chu says:

    And this is Ghana’s #1 goalie according to Kwasi Appiah…Black Stars are in serious trouble for AFCON!

  5. Everlove Arthur says:

    Casillas conceded 5 goals against holland but his club and country have hope in him,let give dauda benefit of the thout

  6. Barnabas Senyo says:

    Coaches especially kwesi appiah selects players not based on current form but for strange reasons. Otherwise how can he constantly rely on Dauda when the signs are clearly on the wall. He is a mediocre coach who is being worried by inferiority complex and can not manage players with big egos.

  7. Adambathia Larsen Kwarasey says:

    I rest my case oooooo… ghanafo, i rest my case.
    from bench warmer to giving up 3 goals a game to soon to become bench warmer again.. yet, he’s AA’s #1?? say goodbye to afcon 2015 folks.. Angola go whip our ass… lol

  8. banger says:


  9. Sterlingz says:

    pls don’t compare fatawh with Casilas..they re still given him the chance because of what he has achieved for both club nd country . can u tell me what fatawu has achieved for both club nd country?. for how long do we have to call a spade … a spade.

  10. xoxKSxoxo says:

    Where do I start? First off, I am not a fun of FD. I hate him as a national goalie but I will come to his defense here. The team his is playing for is 9th on the log of 16. This is their fourth game having been promoted into the top league from second division. Dauda is playing with not so good players like Gyan, Muntari, Kojo Asamoah, Dede, etc. He surely is playing with players like John Boye so with him conceding 3goals on his debut is not surprising for me. He may be good for that league but he will not be their savior. He will impress more if he gets to play for a better team in SA.

    Lets give him a break on this one.

  11. Rass says:

    @sterlingz say that again, are they in the same class that comparison is a joke less not be deceiving our selves

  12. Jeff says:

    @Banger,I am going to fire you if you don’t report for work tomorrow and clean my toilet.

  13. PITO says:

    3 goals on his debut and more will follow. You all see the racism in Ghana, when a light skinned fella like Kwarasey concedes one single goal we notice it MORE. But when dark skin Fatau concedes we only notice it just a little bit. Racism is every where in the world I say. Even among family members. Hahaha

  14. Ugandan says:

    Dauda is very good but his defenders let him down , if it was the other gk 6 goals could have gone it.

  15. banger says:

    @ Jeff…why fire me??? You owe me last months wages and till you pay iam not coming to work and you’ll be summoned to court.

  16. Dasaintshy says:

    Dauda is still the best.

    • Adambathia Larsen Kwarasey says:

      based on what???? clueless baboon…lol
      I’m tired of holding my tongue on GSN… from now on, if i hear from an idiot, i will let that person have it…aaaahh.. what stupidity is this??????

  17. Evans says:

    Hahahaaaaaa!!! Ghana’s #1…no challenger…lol

  18. banger says:


  19. Dasaintshy says:

    Mumbi is the one using our names to post stuff. I will never on earth say dauda is a keeper. He is probably a fisherman..

  20. A concerned citizen says:

    Baptism of a sargeant Dauda…Black Stars goalkeeper trainer Naasamu did you see that? Mediocrity coach Dr, Appiah did observe that?

  21. Champion says:

    A pregnancy cannot be hidden forever….!!!!!!

  22. banger says:

    I second Dasaintshy that Dauda is still out number one, he just had a bad day @the office. Remember how Castillas conceded 5 goals at the just ended w/cup against Holland???

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