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MTN FA Cup – All 48 Division One League Clubs Booted Out Of Ghana’s Cup Competition.

Ghana Football’s cup competition will go into the Quarter final draw without a single club from the country’s second tier competition.

Kpando Heart of Lions 650x433 - MTN FA Cup - All 48 Division one league clubs booted out of Ghana's cup competition.

 

 

The 48 second tier clubs entered the competition at the preliminary stage together with the 44 selected regional division 2 champions, but only 5 qualified to the Round of 16 stage.

Tamale City, Kintampo FC, from zone 1, Asokwa Deportivo from zone 2, while Tema Youth and Accra Young Wise came from the zone 3 of rhe division one league.

The division one league, known as the ‘wilderness’ of Ghana Football could not prevail with their 5 remaining teams in the round of 16, with all of them mising out of a chance to play in the quarter finals.

The league which produced the first Champion of the competition, Nania FC in 2011 when it was reintroduced by the Ghana FA after a 10 year break now has 0 going into the draw for the final 8 teams.

 

 

Source: 442gh.com

 

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