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29-Dec-2009  
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The New Year might bring some luck for some clubs in the Glo Premier League as the final matches before the turn of the year did little to change the table.

But before we hit 2010, luck seems to have finally smiled on early season strugglers, Asante Kotoko. A rather late goal sealed victory for Asante Kotoko as the pressure somewhat eases on coach Paa Kwesi Fabin.

The Porcupine Warriors ended their successive five-game winless run yesterday as the Baba Yara Stadium against Aduana Stars. But the home side were made to sit through nervy moments until midfielder Daniel Nii Adjei scored in the last minute of added to hand them their third win after 12 matches this season.

Kessben FC will go into the New Year on top of the table after winning 2-0 over Real Tamale United at the Anane Boateng Stadium. Striker Bismark Idan put Kessben in the lead a in the 7th minute before an own goal Dan Coleman condemned the Tamale-based side to defeat.

Berekum Arsenals, second on the standings dented any hopes King Faisal had of climbing up the bottom of the table. The Gunners finished off Faisal 2-0 at the Golden City Park. Hearts of Oak earned a point off AshantiGold at the Len Clay Stadium as two sides drew goalless.

A Gilbert Fiamenyo equalizer, late on in the game denied Liberty Professionals a win as Heart of Lions drew 1-1 at the Carl Reindorf Park. Salifu Latif had put Liberty in front after 35 minutes. The result will heap the pressure on coach Sellas Tetteh who is still chasing a win after five matches since returning to club duties.

All Stars returned to winning ways as a brace by Nathaniel Asamoah helped them to a 2-1 win Chelsea at the Wa Park. Great Olympics posted a 2-0 win over New Edubiase United at the El-Wak Stadium to move out of the bottom three.

Eleven Wise earned the bragging rights as they won the Sekondi derby 4-1 against city-rivals Hasaacas at the Sekondi Stadium. The win lifts Wise above the drop zone.
 
 
 
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