Medeama SC

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Medeama SC
Medeama SC logo.gif
Full name Medeama Sporting Club
Nickname(s) Proudly colourful proud of the west
Founded April 18, 2002
Ground TNA Park
Tarkwa, western region , Ghana
Ground Capacity 12,000
Owner Gold Fields
Chairman Moses Armah
Manager Peru Carlos Paulette
League Glo Premier League
2012–13 Glo Premier League, 4th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Current season

Medeama Sporting Club is a Ghanaian professional football club based in Tarkwa, Western Region. The club currently competes in the Glo Premier League.

The club was formerly known as Kessben F.C. before changing its name to Medeama Sporting Club in January 2011.[1]

History[edit]

It was founded in 2002. Its home ground is Abrankese Stadium in Abrankese, Ashanti Region, formerly played in Anane Boateng Stadium between 2008. Sponsorship is Coca Cola Ghana Ltd. The licence of the club was in December 2010 sold to Tarkwa based Medeama SC.[2]

Honours[edit]

2013.

Current squad[edit]

As of April 2014.[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Ghana GK Muntari Tagoe
2 Ghana MF Theophilus Anobaah
3 Ghana FW Godbless Asamoah
4 Ghana DF Joseph Jackson
5 Ghana MF Malik Akowuah
6 Ghana MF Victor Ayirey
7 Ghana MF Kennedy Boateng
8 Ghana MF Kwame Boahene
9 Ghana FW Kabiru Imoro
10 Ghana FW Michael Helegbe
11 Ghana MF Joseph Tetteh Zutah
12 Ghana DF Samuel Adade
13 Ghana DF Richmond Nketiah
14 Ghana DF Osei Berko
No. Position Player
15 Ghana DF Ishmael Hammond
16 Ghana GK Foli Adade
17 Ghana DF Kofi Agyare
18 Ghana FW Polo Akwei
19 Ghana MF Ebenezer Adjei
20 Ghana DF Godfred Rockson
21 Ghana DF Samuel Enzemoba
22 Ghana GK Joseph Halm
23 Ghana MF Hans Kwofie
24 Ghana DF Henry Entsir
25 Ghana DF Benjamin Akuffo
26 Ghana FW Sekou Kante
27 Ghana FW Nathaniel Asamoah
28 Ghana MF Joseph Gordon

Staff[edit]

Management[edit]

Chairman[edit]
  • Ghana Moses Armah
Chief executive[edit]
  • Ghana James Essilfie
Technical director[edit]
  • Ghana Desmond Frimpong-Manso

Sports[edit]

Head coach[edit]
  • Peru Carlos Roberto Paulette
Assistant coach[edit]
  • Ghana Evans Adotey
Goalkeeper coach[edit]
  • Ghana Ben Owu

References[edit]

External links[edit]