“Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko are no longer dominant forces in Ghana football” – Stephen Appiah

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“Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko are no longer dominant forces in Ghana football” – Stephen Appiah

Ex-Black Stars skipper Stephen Appiah has shared his opinion on the fact that Hearts of Oak and Kotoko's era of total dominance of the Ghanaian game i

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Ex-Black Stars skipper Stephen Appiah has shared his opinion on the fact that Hearts of Oak and Kotoko’s era of total dominance of the Ghanaian game is practically over.

“Gone are the days when you see only three teams, Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak, that they have all the best players, so you see them winning and winning”, said Appiah.

The former Hearts of Oak midfielder thinks the league has become too competitive with many teams stepping up.

Stephen Appiah continued, “But these days we have teams like Medeama, you have other clubs doing so well. So it is very very competitive.”

Stephen Leroy Appiah, 42, played for Hearts of Oak between 1995 and 1997 before moving to Udinese in Italy.

Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak have been struggling in recent years as teams like Medeama, Aduana SC, WA All Stars (Legon Cities), Ashanti Gold and Berekum Chelsea have been given the two giants a tough time.

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