Nania FC suffer 6-1 thrashing in play-offs for Ghana Premier League

Published on: 02 June 2013
Nania FC suffer 6-1 thrashing in play-offs for Ghana Premier League
Abedi Pele owns Nania FC

Abedi Pele's Nania FC got off to a disappointing start in the play-off to the Ghana Premier League when they were thrashed 6-1 by Inter Allies on Saturday.

The first day of promotion play-off matches for teams in Zone 3 produced wins for Inter Allies and Okwawu United as the competition got underway.

It wasn't the best of starts for Nania FC for their ambitions to join the Premier League as they crushed heavily at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

Nania were thumped 6-1 by Inter Allies on match-day-1.

The defeat leaves Nania at the bottom of the standings but can turn around their campaign with two more matches to come against Okwawu United and Danbort FC.

In the other fixture, Okwawu pulled a 2-1 win over Danbort at the Len Clay Stadium to go level on points with leaders - 3 apiece - Inter Allies, who top the log by a better goal difference.

The side finishes the competition on top the standings after three rounds of matches will gain promotion to the Premier League.

Match-day-1 Result - June 1

Inter Allies 6-1 Nania FC - Baba Yara Stadium

Okwawu United 2-1 Danbort FC - Len Clay Stadium

Remaining fixtures

Match-day-2 - June 5

Okwawu United v Inter Allies - Baba Yara Stadium

Danbort FC v Nania FC - Len Clay Stadium

Match-day-3 - June 10

Nania FC v Okwawu United - Baba Yara Stadium

Danbort FC v Inter Allies - Len Clay Stadium


  • seth
    says: 5 years ago
  • seth
    says: 5 years ago
  • Dr Who
    says: 5 years ago
    ei Nania vrs Okwahu united again? This time 35-0
  • sammy
    says: 5 years ago
    gud work okwahu
  • Pele Jnr
    says: 5 years ago
    My enemy rejoice not for if i have felled, with God i shall rise. The Good Lord should give u long life to see me rising!!!
  • google maps
    says: 5 years ago
    i'll luv to see okwahu back....i prefer the traditional teams to the individually owned ones....the traditional teams bring life into the game with more fans at the stadium