Ghana Premier League Champions Medeama Transfer Nine Players to Maltese Club

Ghana Premier League Champions Medeama Transfer Nine Players to Maltese Club

Lukman Mumuni
updated at August 22, 2023 at 8:32 AM
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  • Medeama SC have announced the transfer of nine players
  • The players will join Maltese Premier League side Sirens FC
  • Medeama SC will be without the players for the game against Remo Stars in Nigeria

Ghanaian champions Medeama SC have transferred nine of their players to Maltese topflight side Sirens FC in the summer transfer window.

The players include experienced midfielder and long-serving captain Kwasi Donsu.

The other players also leaving for Malta are Prosper Owusu Boakye, Charles Agyemang, Frank Boateng, Joshua Agyemang, Bismark Asare, Daniel Opoku, Moro Muktar and Akadom Mohammed Hafiz.

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Medeama SC have announced the transfer of nine players to Sirens FC. Credit: @Medeamasc
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According to GHANASoccernet, Donsu, Boateng and Agyemang penned one-year loan deals while the rest of the players signed permanent contracts.

The nine players left Ghana for Malta on Monday and will be unveiled as Sirens FC squad members for the new season.

Donsu and his teammates played a pivotal role as Medeama SC won their first-ever Ghana Premier League title last season.

The Mauve and Yellow are currently involved in continental football, and hold a 1-0 lead in their CAF Champions League preliminary stage first-leg game against Nigeria's Remo Stars, as reported by

Medeama will travel to Abuja for the second-leg next week with the hopes of progressing to the second round of the competition.

Medeama SC win Ghana Premier League

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Medeama SC have been crowned champions of Ghana after a successful 2022/23 season.

The Tarkwa-based club ended the campaign top of the league with 60 points to win their first-ever Ghana Premier League title.

The Mauve and Yellow needed at least a point in their last game of the season to be champions and did that in emphatic style, thumping Tamale City at home.

Gyan explains GPL return

Legendary Ghanaian footballer, Asamoah Gyan has disclosed that his decision to play in the domestic topflight league was backed by his quest to make an impact in his home country.

Injuries plagued Gyan's brief spell at Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities and he has since not played competitively after leaving the club in 2021.

Although he is yet to officially hang his boots, Gyan is hoping to have a last dance with a club in the league before calling it quits.

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Lukman Abdul Mumin is a Sports Journalist based in Accra, Ghana. He has been writing for the past five years. Lukman joined Sports Brief as an Editor for the Local Desk in 2022.
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