Found January 02, 2013 on
Watch pictures of Samuel Inkoom’s charity match played at the Essipong Stadium on New Year’s Day.
The match was played between an Inkoom XI which featured the likes of Anthony Annan, Stephen Appiah, Stephen Oduro and Laryea Kingston and a Western Region XI.
Both sides drew 2-2.
Proceeds from match will be given to a Takoradi orphanage and widows as part of FC Dnipro player’s support for the less previledged.
Samuel Inkoom and Stephen Appiah at the Essipong Stadium
Anthony Annan (right) and Stephen Oduro
Inkoom's Select side celebrating a goal
Members of Samuel Inkoom's select side
A banner displayed for Samuel Inkoom
The Western Region select side that played against Inkoom's select side
Stephen Appiah in a tussle to beat his marker
Credit: Oscar Mohammed (Oscarpixmedia)
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