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Join us in saluting a Ghanaian player worthy of recognition this week for his stellar performance at club level

Ghana Player of the Week
Accan

 
AGE 22
POSITION Striker
FOR Helsingborg
WEEK IN NUMBERS
APPS (GOALS SCORED) 1 (2)
TIME ON PITCH 90
PREVIOUS WINS 0
Helsingborg
3-1 Gefle
The Right to Dream product had a great weekend before joining Ghana’s camp for the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Sudan. It was such a perfect way of telling the Ghana coach that his decision was on spot. The 22-year-old scored two goals for Helsingborg as they defeated Gefle 3-1 in the Swedish Cup.
Congratulations to Accam, Goal.com's 23rd Ghana Player of the Week winner!

Honourable Mention
GIDEON BAAH - FC HONKA

The left-back has spent very little time in announcing his presence in Finland. The 21-year-old who is on loan from Kumasi Asante Kotoko fetched his debut goal for FC Honka who beat Turku 3-0. Baah is hoping his loan stint will make him rediscover his form.

BERNARD YAO KUMORDZI - GENK

The lanky midfielder found his name on the score sheet over the weekend when Genk beat Mons 5-1 in the Belgian Jupiler league. Kumordzi has been instrumental for Genk all season and his target is to help the team to play in Europe next season.

RICHMOND BOAKYE YIADOM - SASSUOLO

The on-loan Juventus striker finally got what could spark is campaign. The 19-year-old was enjoying a solid run in the Serie B before joining Ghana’s team for the 2013 Afcon. However, an injury he picked up whiles on international duty affected his activeness on the pitch. In what was his first start in 2013 for Sassuolo, Boakye-Yiadom responded well with a goal from the spot against Cittadella.

 

Each week our team of writers will put forward a selected candidate, as chosen by Goal.com Ghana, who deserves recognition for achieving something special that matchday.

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