WAFA Tops All As GPL Round 1 Ends

WEST Africa Football Academy (WAFA) defeated Inter Allies by 2-0 to finish the first round of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League as league leaders.

WAFA have scored 24 goals and conceded only nine in the first round. They picked their 10th win of the league against Inter Allies last weekend.

This is the first time the club has achieved this feat since they joined the top flight devision.

Prince Obeng Ampen scored a brace to ensure WAFA attain 32 points after the first round of the league. This is the first time WAFA has defeated Inter Allies at Sogakope after three meetings.

Speaking to the media after the game, WAFA coach, Klavs Rasmussen said, “We came in to score goals and we got them. We are playing this league because we want to avoid relegation. No team is sure if they will stay in the league or not”.

Coach of Inter Allies Prince Owusu said, “We started slowly and they were ahead of us”. “We didn’t start well. We made a mistake and gifted WAFA the second goal which is part of the game.

“There is something wrong but we will work on it before the second round bounces back”.
Richmond Lamptey of WAFA was adjudged NASCO man of the match after the game.

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