Monday, February 9, 2009


By Kwame Asare Boadu, Dormaa Ahenkro

DORMAA Aduana Stars are confident that they will qualify for the premier division league next season.
The management of the club is injecting fresh limbs into the team to make it strong enough to impact on the upcoming national second division league.
Mr George Gyau, Director of Operations of the club, told Graphic Nsempa that players penciled for registration are hungry for success and when they team up with the old players, Aduana would be the best club in the first division league.
Aduana Stars, without doubt one of the fine sides in the national second division league, have made two fruitless attempts to gain promotion to the elite division.
The Director of Operations named some of the players joining the team as Benjamin Dodzie, formerly of Kumasi King Faisal and Richard Addai of Obuasi Ashanti Gold F/C.
Besides, other quality players are being taken on board for the next season.
The team, owned by the Dormaa Traditional Council, became very popular during what became known as the Kofi Abanga transfer saga.
That was when Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko were embroiled in a fight over the signature of the player.
But the management believes the club would soon ascend to top-flight local football because of the prudent management practices and commitment of the players.
“Everybody should look forward to a new Aduana Stars and there will be no turning back”, Mr Gyau said.

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