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MTN FA Cup round 64 results: Four Premier League clubs crash out

Posted On Sunday, 22nd December 2013
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Four Ghana Premier League clubs were dumped out of the MTN Ghana FA Cup in Sunday’s round of 64 matches.

Ebusua Dwarfs exited the competition after losing 5-4 on penalties at the Cape Coast Stadium to third-tier First Klass FC.

Both sides drew 1-1 after regulation time.

Hearts of Lions lost 2-0 at Tarkwa United and Hearts of Oak ignominously lost 2-1 to Gold Stars in Bibiani.

Amidaus Professionals suffered a 2-0 reverse at the Tema Park against Danbort FC, a second-tier side.

Results

Prestige FC 0-1 Istanbul FC

New Edubiase 4-0 Bolga Man City

Tarkwa United 2-0 Hearts of Lions

Ebusua Dwarfs 1-1 First Klass FC

* First Klass FC won 5-4 on penalties

Okwawu United 1-0 Real Athletico

King Faisal 3-1 Tuobodom Santos

Berekum Chelsea 3-0 Wenchi United

Gold Stars 2-1 Accra Hearts of Oak

Starke FC 1-2 Hasaacas

Dolphins FC 2-2 Guan United

* Dolphins won 4-2 on penalties

Pure Joy 2-1 Ajax Fc

Bechem United 4-0 Cape Coast Strikers

AshantiGold 3-1 BA United

Amidaus Professionals 0-2 Danbort FC

Score FC 1-2 Medeama

 

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Nabi says:

    I still cant comprehend why coach Duncan was sacked??its a pity all de hard work put into preparing de team has gone down de drain cos people who dont know goes into coaching decided to dismiss him,Poor Hearts

  2. don king says:

    more fire sekondi hasmal

  3. Nana Yaw says:

    Hearts coach is a disgrace to hearts

  4. Conclusion says:

    Why not nice at all do want to turn to Chelsda?

  5. eugene danso (prof) says:

    polo, is a real headache for hearts





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