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Division One League

GN Bank DOL: Vision FC Pip Sporting Mirren 1-0 To Go 4th On League Log


An 18th-minute goal by Michael Baidoo was enough to see Vision FC pick all three points in their match week 26 of the GN Bank Division One League Zone Three game against Sporting Mirren on Wednesday.

The Tema-based team has been in fine form in recent times having beaten Amidaus Professionals 0-1 in their last away game played in match week 25 fixture. And as such the confidence of the team was at high in a buildup to Wednesday’s game.

In truth, the points were won during a devastating opening 45-minute spell when the Vision FC took complete control.

The Division One new boys have become a force to reckon with and they proved their worth yet again with another great performance against Sporting Mirren, a team that has been around for some time now.

The sharp Ofori Offei Godwin twice went close after half-time, while captain Michael Baidoo who was obviously the man of the match, also sent an enticing ball across the face of goal as the home side went in search of an early goal.

Coach Stephen Botchway’s side made a confident start, passing the ball about slickly with captain Michael Baidoo at the heart of it all.

Their early ambition was rewarded when, with 15 minutes on the clock, Nicholas Amerpewu was clattered in the area by the Mirren goalkeeper, after latching on to a lofted pass from the right. Confusion reigned initially with no one seemingly aware that a penalty had been awarded, but referee Philip A. Forson cleared things up and pointed to the spot.

Captain Michael Baidoo was certainly clear of mind, and he wasted little time in slotting the ball past Mirren goalkeeper Benjamin Asare to give Vison FC the perfect start in the 18th minute.

There was no question of Vision FC taking their foot off the gas and the waves of pressure continued to build, and they were unlucky not to extend their advantage when Offei Ofori Godwin slid in but saw his shot cleared off the line.

It was one-way traffic at this stage, but the hosts were soon indebted to their agile goalkeeper, Shamson Obeng Adade, after he made a fabulous reaction save to palm away a deflection off Mohammed Boadi’s boot that was heading towards the roof of the net.

The chance seemed to embolden Mirren, who soon threatened again through Bright Appenkro before Timothy Darbah headed one wide from a corner not long afterwards.

But when Vision FC turned it on again, they were able to slice through the Mirren defence at will and one combination between Abednego Ntow and Ofori Ofei saw the latter burst through, but goalkeeper Benjamin Asare was out quickly to block his shot.

Sensing danger, head coach of Sporting Mirren made two quick changes to his team in the 40th minute as Muftawu Gyimah and Brighton Apprenkro came off for Isaac Appiah and Vincent Odoi.

1-0 was how the first half ended, but the second half saw an entirely new approach to the game by the visitors who mounted pressure on the hosts in search of the equaliser.

But the clever thinking coach of Vision FC with able assistance from the Clubs scouting officer, Viric Vladislav, made a couple of changes to the team which ensured that Vision FC held on to the lead till the final whistle.

Darlington Ashie went off for Malik Ismila, Tawfik Mohammed went on for Ofori Ofei and Cleland Adjetey was introduced in the game for Nicholas Ameprewu.

Former Black Stars defender, Afo Dodoo who is the head coach of Sporting Mirren, made his final substitution in the 78th minute with Mubarak Yussif replacing Charles Owusu.

1-0 was how it all ended with Vision FC moving to the 4th position Of the GN Bank Division One League Zone 3 table.

About Samuel A. Boakye-Buckman

Samuel A. Boakye-Buckman (popularly known as Dada Oliseh) is a self-motivated young journalist with a passion for telling stories better with pictures. He is the founder, owner, editor and bankroller of He has a vast experience in the reporting of football-related activities in Ghana and beyond. A former employee of Hearts News (official mouthpiece of Accra Hearts of Oak), 90 minutes sports paper, National Sports Authority,,, and, Samuel is one of the few energetic and self-motivated young journalist in Ghana with a large following on social media, especially Facebook ( He is well known for his frequent updates from all over the country with pictures to match. He is also a correspondent for a few international websites, including CAF. In recent times, he has introduced, as part of his many talents, the live streaming of matches and football related activities. He lives in Accra Ghana.

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