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Prince Tagoe scores again in Ettifaq win

Posted On Tuesday, 15th January 2013

Prince Tagoe scored the opener for Ettifaq

Ghana striker Prince Tagoe scored his second goal in three games for Al Ettifaq when they beat Al Kharaitiyat 2-0 in a friendly game on Tuesday in Dubai.

The 26-year-old Bursaspor loanee opened the scoring for Ettifaq in the 40th minute with classy finish before setting up the second for his side in the 57th minute.

Tagoe was replaced on the hour mark by Mohammed Al Safri.

The former TSG Hoffenheim striker is hoping to make the most out of his six month loan stint with the Saudi side.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. maka says:

    Tagoe….h333….u only score in the emirates! Seems u can really play well here and nowhere else. Lol

  2. Chuku says:

    Prince Tagoe sucks. This needs another career

  3. MousePad says:

    Anyone can score in the UAE. Even when blindfolded, i MousePad will score a hat trick in the UAE.

  4. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    HAS THE TALENT N THE POTENTIAL, BUT A LAZY STRIKER. HE NEEDS TO WORK ON HIS FITNESS AND HIT THE WEIGHT, METAL…STRIKING IS NOT ABOPUT WHO HAS THE BEST HAIR BRIADS. PRINCE OF GOALS HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE AN EVEN BETTER STRIKER THAN GYAN, BUT HE IS LAZY. HE HASNT EVEN LIFTED A WEIGHT IN HIS ENTIRE CAREER. IN THIS DAY AND AGE, RAW SKILL IS NOT ENUFF WAI….

  5. 2yung says:

    Apuuu. If prince Tagoe scores in the UAE is nt a news that should be published.any body can scores there

  6. yopoo says:

    Fuck you all this bias Akan guys you take division 3 players to Afcon and you hail them unnecessarily shame on you Tagoe is by far better them all enemies of progress get life.

  7. oh! fellow brothers Tego is tryng.let encourage hm rather than dscourage.dont forgt he has gone through a lot.psychological problms wth hs pastor some times ago.this is the time he need our support.GOD BLESS OUR HOME LAND GHANA.

  8. Don King says:

    Per the argument u guys are making, asamoah gyan is also not a good striker because he is playing is the same area. so if he is in the black stars, tagoe to should be there

  9. D LIGHT says:

    @DON KING, u spot on. This explains the nature of that league. If a professional player plays against players who are old men and part-time players who are either sherrifs or students, den wat do u expect. The Saudi League is even better than the UAE etisalet league- their clubs are always finalists in the ASIAN champions league. The SAUDI, QATARIAN, THAI, IRANIAN & INDIAN league are far ahead competitivewise. The difference is that there is huge financial injection in the UAE league- the try to buy big name players to market their league…they still struggle to persuade the Big names as most prefer the Q-league.

  10. BRAFII27 says:

    mayb iv to start trainin oooo, if prince tagoe can score lyk dis den anyone can der.

  11. junior mafia says:

    Dude is a big flop.

  12. Announcer says:

    Prince Tagoe is a disgrace. Look at how haapy he is to have scored at the UAE. I wonder where he was running to in the picture. He should have wept scoring that goal instead of rejoicing.





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