Survival Sunday will officially close 2017 GPL season

Survival Sunday will officially close 2017 GPL season
Source: Ghana|Joy Sports
Date: 20-10-2017 Time: 07:10:57:am
Survival hopes for six teams goes right down

Ghana Premier league culminates this weekend with five clubs in real danger of slipping out of the country's Elite Football. The setting makes for an exciting final day in prospect on Sunday and your trusted partner with regards to Ghana Premier League reportage -Joy Sports will  once again, through it trademark #SurvivalSunday programme provide listeners with the intrigue, rollercoaster moments, dramatic turn of permutations, and minute by minute updates during eight games scheduled on matchday 30.

The Joy Sports team will wrap its season long Ghana premier league service in a spectacular fashion with a show dubbed Survival Sunday with focus on the coronation of the champions-elect Aduana Stars at AshantiGold and relegation dogfight.

Seven reporters live around the grounds will feed through the main commentary centre at the Accra Sports Stadium as games take place simultaneously. The Coverage will be extended online thus facebook; Joy997 or JOY Sports here on Myjoyonline and twitter; @joySportsGH

Thoughts ahead of Survival Sunday

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George Addo Jnr (Lead Commentator - Hearts vs Inter Allies)

"I am looking forward to the action between the cross-town rivals. Hearts have always had the upper hand but Inter Allies are in a clutch-straw moment and in need of at least a point to survive, that spices up the game. More importantly, the adrenaline rush as goals go in around the grounds will be special. Can’t wait.

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Ridwan Ibrahim Asante (Host Sports Arena)

“We have five clubs at the edge of a cliff, inches away from the relegation chasm and the only way to get updated on his nail-biting Sunday is by plugging into the domain 99.7FM or affiliates for the SURVIVAL SUNDAY.”

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Benedict Owusu (Liberty Professionals vs Asante Kotoko)

“it is going to be very tight but just as we at times know the outcome of some of these matches we expect the teams that will play their cards well to survive. Our league at this stage is played on a friendly level- this is something many will dispute but if you have been following the league keenly you realize it is there. So I expect to see the usual thing where those who play their cards well will survive.”

Kofi Asare (Ashanti Gold Vrs Aduana)

“It’s coronation day the Len clay again but this time for the away team, Aduana Stars.

It was a pure joy the last time. The ‘Ogya’ invasion never flatters to deceive.

Don’t miss the final day of the league with me on the beat at the Len Clay!”

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Gary Al Smith (Online updates of  key moments)

“The three teams in the relegation zone are there on merit – they have been that poor all season. The Joy Sports team predicted that they will go down, and the final day of the season should provide plenty storylines.”

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Nat Attoh (JoySports Editor)

“Every football fan looks for thrill and excitement and the Ghana Premier League is doing exactly that. I take this from the bottom, as many as five clubs look to face the relegation. I look forward to the final day of the premier league”

So battle lines are drawn ahead of Survival Sunday and the JOYSports team will become the massive coverage on Joy99.7fm in Accra, also live on Luv 99.5fm in Kumasi, on ATL Radio 100.5fm, in Tamale on Radio 123, Radio Max in Takoradi, dozens of affiliates countrywide and around the world on myjoyonline.com.

Survival Sunday will commence at 15.00hrs GMT. Do join the Joy Sports team then.

Joy Sports the thrill of the game!

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