Comprehensive Wrap Of Ghanaian Players Abroad: April 26-28

Posted On Monday, 29th April 2013

Andre Ayew saw red as Marseille won 1-0 against Lorient.

Andre Ayew saw red as Marseille won 1-0 against Lorient.


Emmanuel Frimpong sat on the Fulham bench when they lost 1-0 at Everton.

Albert Adomah saw full time action for Bristol City who lost 3-1 to Huddersfield Town.

Koby Arthur was not in the Birmingham City team that lost 3-1 at Ipswich Town.

Watford defeated Leicester City 2-1 at their own backyard.

Prince Buaben was not in the Watford team.

Jeffrey Schulpp lasted till the first 45 minutes for Leicester.


Kwadwo Asamoah lasted till injury time of full-time before being replaced in Juventus’ 2-0 win over Torino.

Genoa recorded a slim 1-0 win over Chievo Verona.

Isaac Cofie played the full game for Chievo.

Udinese made it four wins out of four after beating ten-man Cgaliari 1-0 at the Stadio Is Arenas.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Baud came off after 35 minutes to replace Andrea Lazzari.

In the Serie B, Sassuolo suffered their  second defeat in five games after losing 2-1 to Modena.

Striker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom played till the end of the normal time but midfielder Raman Chibsah came off the bench in the 35th minute for Sassuolo.

Youngster Mase Nana Addo Welbeck watched from the Brescia bench when they beat Reggina 1-0 on Saturday.

Juve Stabia are still without a win in three games after drawing 1-1 with Ternana.

While striker Maxwell Boadu Acosty was serving suspension, Daniel Kofi Agyei played the full time for Stabia.

Defender Bright Addae lost his place in the Crotone first team squad when they held Virtus Lanciano to a 1-1 draw.

Yaw Asante sat on the bench of relegated Grosseto when they drew 0-0 with Pro Vercelli.

Midfielder fan-belt Joseph Alfred Duncan lasted 85 minutes for Livorno who edged closer to promotion after beating Vicenza 2-0.

Neither Ahmed Barusso nor Masahudu Alhassan played for Novara in their 3-3 draw against Padova.

Defender Isaac Donkor played the entire match for Inter Milan’s Primavera when they defeated AS Roma 2-0 to reach the quarter-final of the TIM Cup.

Youngster Caleb Ekuban was not in the Chievo Verona team that beat Napoli 4-2.

Torino defeated Genoa 3-2 to book a quarter-final spot.

Striker Said Ahmed Said scored in the 52nd minute for Genoa but striker Emmanuel Gyasi scored the match winner for Torino.

Moro Al-Hassan played in central defence for Genoa.

Striker Samuel Appiah Darko scored the second goal for Inter Milan’s Allievi B when they beat Chievo Verona 2-0.


AZ Alkmaar moved further away from the relegation zone after beating Heerenveen 6-0 in an away game.

Dutch-born Ghanaian striker Kevin Luckassen was not in the AZ squad.

FC Twente posted a 5-2 victory over NEC.

18-year-old Ghanaian youngster Shadrack Eghan came off the Twente bench after 74 minutes but compatriot Edwin Gyasi was not in the Twente team.

Jeffrey Sarpong was not in the NAC Breda when they lost 2-0 at home to Ajax Amsterdam.

Kwame Quansah lasted the entire regulation minutes for Heracles Almelo when they lost 4-0 at Feyenoord.

Nana Akwasi Asare scored the opener for FC Utrecht to help them defeat PEC Zwolle 2-1 at their own backyard.

Striker Fred Benson played the full 90 minutes for PEC Zwolle.

In the second-tier league, Elvis Manu played the full 90 minutes for Excelsior when they drew 1-1 at Sparta Rotterdam.

Striker Kevin Tano did not make the trip with Dordrecht when they lost 3-1 at Fortuna Sittard.

But defender Mawouna Amevor played his 29th game of the season for Dordrecht.


Michael Essien returned from injury to play 70 minutes for Real Madrid when they defeated Atletico Madrid 2-1 in the Madrid derby.

Wakaso Mubarak played full time but could help Espanyol avoid a 1-0 defeat against Granada.

In the Segunda Division,

Elsewhere in the Segunda Division, Thomas Partey returned to action and played full time for Atletico Madrid II when they beat RSD Alcala 3-0.

Neither Anthony Manison nor Nana Asare Isaac played for Rayo Vallecano II when they lost 2-0 against Leganés.

Ghana U20 midfielder Paul Quaye picked an injury and was replaced after just seven minutes when Espanyol II lost 2-1 at leaders Huracán Valencia.

Attacker Erixon Danso was not in the Valencia II team that lost 5-2 to Villarreal II.


Baba Abdul Rahman saw full time action for Greuther Furth who lost 3-2 Hannover 96.

Afriyie Acquah is still yet without a first team appearance at Hoffenheim in their 2-1 win over Nurnberg.

In the Bundesliga II, Dennis Danso was not in the Jahn Regensburg when they lost 1-0 against Union Berlin.

American-born Joseph Claude-Gyau came off the bench after 72 minutes to play St Pauli who lost 3-2 against Hertha Berlin.

In the Liga 3, Arminia Bielefeld tightened their grip in second spot after after beating Hallescher FC 2-1.

Defender Marcel Appiah played full time for Bielefeld but striker Eric Agyemang sat on the bench.

Erich Berko sat on the Stuttgart II bench when they lost 2-0 at Osnabrück.

In the U19 Leagues, Kwasi Okyere Wriedt scored the only goal of the game for for St Pauli when they beat Hamburg SV 1-0.

Obed Scholl-Amoah was in the Werder Bremen side that lost 5-3 at Rot-Weiß Erfurt.

Defender Marcus Coffie played in central defence for Freiburg when they beat Stuttgarter Kickers 5-1.

17-year-old Jan Gyamerah was at the heart of defence for Bochum when they Köln U19 2-1.


Winger Ishmael Yartey returned to the Sochaux first team squad but sat on the bench as they drew 3-3 against Lille on Friday.

Marseille tightened their grip on second place and keep their Champions League ambitions in sight after beating Lorient 1-0 with ten men.

Ghana winger Andre Ayew was sent off for a bad foul in injury-time while Jordan Ayew also picked a yellow card and played full time.

Stade Rennes ended their four match winless run after beating Brest 2-0 at their own backyard.

Ghana pair of John Mensah and John Boye played at the heart of defence for Rennes – both men lasted the entire 90 minutes.

Defender Samuel Inkoom watched from the bench as his Baastia side drew 0-0 with Toulouse.


Jerry Akaminko put in a commanding display for Eski?ehirspor who beat Kas?mpa?a 2-1 to end their three game winless run.

In the second-tier league, striker Emmanuel Banahene lasted 86 minutes for Karsiyaka who beat Kayseri Erciyesspor.

Torric Jebrin was not in the 1461Trabzon side that held Samsunspor to a 0-0 stalemate.


Black Stars winger Christian Atsu was replaced just after 40 minutes by FC Porto due to injury when they beat Vitória Setúbal 2-0.

Former Liberty Professionals midfielder William Tiero was introduced late in injury-time by Gil Vicente when they beat Olhanense 2-0.

Manchester City loanee Thomas Agyiri was not in the Vicente team.

In the second-tier league, Alhassan Wakaso helped Portimonense to beat UD Oliveirense 2-1.

Ghanaian-born Nii Adama Plange scored the equaliser for Sporting Lisbon II as they drew 1-1 with Desportivo Aves.


Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris missed Spartak Moscow’s 2-0 win over Anhzi due to illness.


Bennard Kumordzi came off the bench to play 35 minutes for Genk who held Lokeren to a 0-0 draw in the Championship play-offs.

Enock Adu Kofi played full time for 10-man Club Brugge who beat Anderlecht 2-1 to dent their title ambitions.

Daniel Opare saw full time action for Standard Liege who posted a 1-0 win over Zulte-Waregem.

Lierse SK lost their fourth game on a trot after losing 1-0 at Mons.

There was neither Richard Ofori nor Rahim Ayew in their team.

Midfielder Abdul Yakinu-Iddi watched from the stands as his KV Mechelen side beat Waasland-Beveren 2-0.

Abraham Kudemor was a bench warmer for Sporting Charleroi when they drew 0-0 against OH Leuven.


Defender Isaac Vorsah came off the bench to play 57 minutes for Red Bull Salzburg who defeated Rapid Wien 3-1.


Defender Lee Addy lost his starting place in the Dinamo Zagreb team as he sat on the bench in their 1-0 win over Slaven Koprivnica on Saturday.


Yussif Rahman was in full time action for Alki but could not help them avoid a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Nea Salamis who had Gerome Agbo in their team.


Kamal Issah was a bench warmer for Nordsjælland who drew 2-2 with SønderjyskE.

Charles Takyi played 85 minutes for Horsens who beat Randers FC 1-0.

Davidson Drobo-Ampem was at the heart of defence for Esbjerg when they pipped Silkeborg 1-0.


Former Kotoko defendr Gideon Baah saw full time action for FC Honka who drew 0-0 with VPS.


Winger Derek Asamoah scored in the 65th minute to claim a point for Daegu FC against Jeju United in a 1-1 draw.


Stromsgodset moved to second place after beating Molde 2-1.

Adam Kwarasey kept the post for Stroms while Razak Nuhu sat on the bench.

King Osei-Gyan lasted 70 minutes for Viking who hit four past Sogndal.

IK Start suffered their second defeat of the season after losing 3-2 at Lillestrom.

Winger Ernest Asante was introduced by Start after 66 minutes.


Siedu Yahaya and Sadat Bukari started Astra Giugiur’s 2-1 reverse at Vaslui from the bench.

Sulley Muniru played the entire match for CFR Cluj when they drew 0-0 at Steaua Bucure?ti.


AIK Stockholm failed to beat Halmstad after drawing 3-3 with them.

Midfielder Moro Ibrahim was replaced by Robin Quaison after 67 minutes but Kwame Karikari sat on the bench.

David Accam set up the fourth goal and lasted 89 minutes for Helsingborg who posted a 5-1 win over Gefle IF.

Zakaria Abdullai was an injury-time sub for Gefle but defender Joseph Baffo sat on the Helsingborg bench.

Djurgarden remained rooted to the foot of the table after succumbing to a 1-0 home loss to Syrianska FC.

Daniel Amartey was subbed by Yussif Chibsah on the 57th minute mark.

Man City loanee Godsway Donyoh sat on the Djurgarden bench.

Nasiru Mohammed and Reuben Aryana both started for BK Hacken who lost 4-2 at Norrkoping.

In the second-tier league, Sam Mensah and Tom Boakye helped Ostersunds FK to beat GAIS 3-1.


Striker Samuel Afum set up two goals and scored one to help Young Boys end their six game winless run.


Gershon Kwoffie played full time for Vancouver Whitecaps who drew 2-2 with FC Dallas.

Patrick Nyarko played 83 minutes for Chicago Fire when they lost 2-0 at Montreal Impact.

Dominic Oduro scored in the 15th minute for Columbus Crew when they beat DC United 3-0.