This is an alphabetical analysis of our yearly review of the club, inside the third month and a lot have happened, we start with A to G…
All are connected, doesn’t matter the distance.
All over the world, supporters have shared opinions about the direction of the club in recent times.
On February 12, 2019 when the club sent its first newsletter, from Bakaekyir to Southampton, views from supporters across the world trickled in fast and thick.
Many indigens of Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana have scattered all over the world yet have eyes following every bit of step management takes. Adding more flesh to the reason to step up the Social Media game.
Be a Giant of the West
The game is growing, perhaps not as fast as everyone here in Ghana wanted, but there has been growth one way or the other…
And for management of our darling club, it’s not mentioned anywhere that a club conquered without the fans. Even our current chairman, Samuel Arbuah is on record to have said that he sees himself more of a fan than even a chairman of the club.
The reason we’ve made it very simple for everyone to join us, own this club as we journey to strengthen our beloved Hasmal. And like all other clubs across the world, supporters have huge role to play in this journey.
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Ceroc or Isaac Mensah?
In football there are things that are far easier to mess up than to pull off…
Mensah has shown quiet the opposite and perhaps the most outstanding going forward. With the ball at his feet, he dazzles through players and has also found his scoring boot, banging in 7 so far, a goal per game for him.
However, some of the magic Isaac Mensah has produced since 2019 is the kind that comes off once in every 25 tries for a top player, one in a thousand for most top-flight regulars.
Isaac Quaigraine, Andrews Amissah, Fuseini Adams, Victoria Appiah, Vida Ofori, Portia Asantewaa…great debut displays from these lads.
The future is Giant.
Games played – 12
Goals scored – 35
Goal conceded – 19
Clean sheets – 3
Games Won – 11
Games lost 1
Winning run – last 8 games
Top scorer – George Ekow Annan 8 goals
Philip Flamini at his versatile best, he has slotted into many formations and had done so perfectly, working himself out to be called upon to fill any forward role at any point in time.
Hardwork, a speedster, tackler, good passer, deadball specialist and many others have been the adjectives for Philip so far this year.
Keep fighting lad.
Goals, score more.
With an average of 2.9 goals per game. Hasmal has shown to be very purposeful upfront, scored 35 times in 12 games.
We need more…
Giants of the West!
Play the game, but lovely.