Found June 05, 2013 on
Inter Allies stayed on top of the Zone III Division One League promotional play-off after beating Okwahu United 2-0 on Wednesday in Kumasi.
The Accra-based club sealed the commanding win in the game which saw ex Hearts of Oak defender Dan Coleman sent off at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.
Danbort FC also beat Nania FC 2-0 in the other playoff game played at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium.
This means Abedi Pele team’s hopes of winning Premier League promotion this term has been crashed following their opening day defeat to Inter Allies.
Danbort will now go head to head with Inter Allies on the final day of matches to determine which team picks the sole promotion slot for Zone Three.
Inter Allies now only have to avoid defeat in the final game against Danbort to secure their first ever promotion to the Ghanaian top flight.
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Abedi Pele with his sons; Andre and Jordan Ayew
By Ameenu Shardow
Abedi Pele insists his talented kids; Andre and Jordan Ayew still have a lot to learn despite their relative personal successes in the just ended season.
Andre grew more in stature this term with Olympique Marseille and is currently being considered as the most likely candidate to captain the side in future.
He was just a young boy — long before he became one of Africa’s all-time football greats and racked up trophies in Europe’s top competitions — when Abedi Ayew first heard people comparing him with arguably the game’s best player — Brazil’s Edson Arantes do Nascimento, also known as Pele.
Yet, there was just one problem for the young Abedi, who grew up in...