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Ghana   Ghana: Ghanaian League Table 2015/2016

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Premier League League Table 2015/2016

PldHWHDHLHFHAAWADALAFAAGDPts
1
Aduana Stars
21001010010+26
W
W
2
Asante Kotoko
21002101000+14
D
W
3
Medeama
21001001000+14
D
W
4
WAFA
21002000101+13
W
L
5
Ashanti Gold
21003100101+13
W
L
6
Liberty Professionals
21002000112+13
W
L
7
Tema Youth
11002100000+13
W
8
Ebusua Dwarfs
21003100102+03
L
W
9
Hearts of Oak
20100001000+02
D
D
10
Berekum Chelsea
20100000112-11
D
L
11
Inter Allies
20100000102-21
L
D
12
Bechem United
00000000000+00
13
Wa All Stars
00000000000+00
14
Elmina Sharks
10010100000-10
L
15
Bolga AllStars
10000000113-20
L
16
Great Olympics
10000000113-20
L

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