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First Capital Plus Premier League: Hearts of Oak v All Stars match

First Capital Plus Premier League: Hearts of Oak v All Stars match
Source: Ghana/Joy Sports/Tony Bebli
Date: 05-02-2014 Time: 07:02:01:am

The First Capital Plus Premier League will this afternoon see Accra Hearts of Oak  stay at the Accra Sports Stadium to welcome Wa All Stars in an encounter which will see Hearts battle to reverse their three nil defeat in the first round. The Official kick off time  is @ 3:30pm.

The Referees Committee has appointed Samuel Gyasi to officiate the top-liner in this mid week action .Meanwhile all four clubs representing the country in both CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup will have their matches postponed to February 12.

Below is the list of referees and assistants for the match-day-16 fixtures.

Wednesday, February 5

Match: Hearts of Oak vs Wa All Stars

Venue: Accra Stadium

Referee: Samuel Gyasi

Assistant 1: Richard Appiah

Assistant 2: Shine Ayitey

4th Official: Eku Boateng

Match Commissioner: Francis Dogbaste

Match: New Edubiase vs Aduana Stars

Venue: Gyamfi Park

Referee: E.R. Biney

Assistant 1: David Laryea

Assistant 2: J.B Smith

4th Official: Emmanuel Dally-Gagba

Match Commissioner: Paul Ayamba

Match: Hasaacas vs Amidaus

Venue: Essipon Stadium

Referee: John Atikese

Assistant 1: Alex Anning

Assistant 2: Isaac Boadi

4th Official: Prosper Adii

Match Commissioner : M. Arthur Dadzie

Match: Heart of Lions vs Liberty

Venue: Kpando Park

Referee: O.B. Amankwah

Assistant 1: Joseph Sey

Assistant 2: Suleman Abdul

4th Official: Ernest Baafi

Match Commissioner : Michael Aryeh

Match: Bechem vs King Faisal

Venue: Bechem Park

Referee: Samuel Sukah

Assistant 1: Eric Nyanteri

Assistant 2: Michael Agbenuzah

4th Official: Samuel Lee Lee

Match Commissioner : Opare Akuffo

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