It has been a near excellent display from the Giants, so far through the year 2020… Here’s an overlook of the season so far alphabetically. We’ll be tipping off with the first five alphabets(A – E);


It has been a remarkable opening 13 games for Abeiku Ainooson; 4 Man of the Match Awards, 2 goals so far and playing every second of the 1,170 minutes of the 13 games. Abeiku snatched the coveted Supporters’ Player of the Month for January …not only that, Abeiku’s leadership prowess goes beyond the command on the field – his classy show of intent and purpose in the locker room is exemplary. He’s been incredible at impacting the dressing room with the desire to go all the way in the face of numerous obstacles. With that attitude the target to bounce back to the elite division looks in sight.


Hasaacas has filled the football space with top-notch goalkeepers and nothing gives anyone a doubt that the Giants are still in business producing awesome shot-stoppers… Maxwell Banahene, George Owu, Joseph Addo, Joseph Carr are among the legendary names the world football space will forever regard to have immensely contributed their quota. On the come up are the likes of Michael Kwofie, Ebenezer Jarkwei and Anthony Brebo scribing their own story in their magnificent ways. Anthony Brebo has had the most time in goal this time out. He’s starred 8 times, 4 goals conceded and 5 clean sheets to his credit.


Hasmal despite exiting the men’s FA Cup has 3 other competitions to fight for, as both the men’s league competition and the women’s cup and league competition are still up and running… Hasaacas Ladies finished the first round of the southern zone National Women’s League on top of the ladder and will play afield to Blessed Ladies in the prelims of the cup competition. The men’s team is 2 points off the top of the league log – with 26 points, Hasaacas sits 4th on the zone 2 league table with 17 more games to end the season.


The Giant future has shown glimpse in the debuts for Nathaniel Eshun, Isaac Asare, Obed Kofi Sam, Abeiku Ainooson, Sampson Eduku, Ebenezer Jarkwei, Ben Ankrah, Benard Ebo Eshun and Sidique Labanti have enjoyed the spells… The future looks Giant and that’s so far heading to reality.


That’s joy! Sampson Eduku has scored 6 goals in the 10 games he’s featured in – coming in thrice as a substitute and starting 7 games. The attacker has scored thrice with the head(all three against Swedru All Blacks). The other goals, he scored in games against Asokwa Deportivo, Nzema Kotoko and Proud United FC. Eduku has assisted twice bringing his goal contribution to 8( 6 goals and 2 assists).

That’s all your lots for now…there’ll be more reviews throughout the season.

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