Medeama SC highest ever goal scorers – the top 10

Medeama SC highest ever goal scorers – the top 10
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Medeama SC are the current champions of the Ghana Premier League and are also competing in the 2023/24 CAF Champions League.

They do not have the rich history of Asante Kotoko or Hearts of Oaks but are an ambitious club seeking to change the course of their history.

Moses Amah is the president and owner of the club. It was known as Kessben F.C. before changing its name to Medeama Sporting Club in January 2011.

After failing to secure promotion to the Ghana Premier League in 2010, it purchased the now-defunct Kessben FC the same year.

Medeama has been through several turbulent seasons in the GPL before finally landing its first league title in 2023.

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Medeama SC's top goal scorers

Many players have passed through the club and contributed to its ever-growing status.

As is usual with successful Ghanaian players in the GPL, they rarely stay after a successful season.

Despite the departure of many of their players in the past, Medeama has continued to climb the ladder of success in Ghana football.

So, who are the club's all-time top scorers? In this piece, we will focus on their performances in the league.

Kwame Boateng (6)

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Kwame Boateng has played for several clubs in Ghana and contributed his quota to Medeama.

After featuring for Asante Kotoko, Accra Great Olympics, and New Edubiase United, he joined the Tarkwa, Western Region-based club, where he spent just a season.

Boateng has two caps for the Black Stars of Ghana and scored six goals for Medeama SC.

He currently plays for Karela United.

Kofi Patrick Ansu (6)

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Kofi Patrick Ansu started his professional career with Berekum Arsenal in 2017.

After a solid performance in the 2020/21 season, he joined Medeama in the summer of 2021.

Kofi Ansu did not enjoy playing time at his new club, with his debut goal coming in a 2-0 win over Karela United in November 2021.

Before joining Berekum Chelsea this summer, the 28-year-old scored six goals for Medeama.

Ahmed Touré (8)

Ahmed Touré is a Burkinabe footballer who played for the current Ghana Premier League champions.

The 36-year-old striker joined Medeama in 2021 and has been in and out of Ghana, playing for teams like Africa Sports, Asante Kotoko, Lokeren, CS Sfaxien and ASEC Mimosas.

In his two seasons for the GPL defending champions, Touré scored eight league goals.

Louis Agyemang (11)

louis agyemang former medeama sc strikerLouis Agyemang joined Medeama SC in December 2010 and stayed with the club till 2012.

The former Black Stars international had a wonderful time with the Tarkwa-based club.

In the 2011/12 season, he finished joint third top scorer with Richard Addai of Bechem United.

The former Hearts of Oak, Kaizer Chiefs, Étoile du Sahel and Asante Kotoko striker scored 11 goals to finish behind Emmanuel Baffour (New Edubiase United – 21) and Mohammed Yakubu (Ashanti Gold – 16).

Jonathan Sowah (12)

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Former Beach Soccer player Jonathan has made plenty of progress in his burgeoning football career.

Not too long ago, he played Beach Soccer before switching to football and joined Division One League side Danbort FC.

He proved a prolific goal scorer, scoring 23 goals in all competitions in his debut season.

He joined Medeama SC in January 2023 and scored 12 goals from 18 appearances.

Bernard Ofori (16)

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Starring for Medeama SC in the 2017 season, Bernard Ofori finished the season with 11 league goals to place sixth in the top scorer's chart.

He tied with Nicholas Gyan of Abusua Dwarfs.

Ofori also scored five goals in the previous season.

Nathaniel Asamoah (18)

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Nathaniel Ohene Asamoah joined the league champions from Red Star Belgrade in August 2013 and left the club two years later.

The 33-year-old striker was prolific for the Tarkwa-based side in 2015.

He finished the season with 18 league goals. The tally by Asamoah was one shy of the top scorer, Kofi Owusu, who won the Golden Boot with 19 goals.

Prince Opoku Agyemang (20)

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Agmeyang scored eight goals in ten games for New Edubiase United FC in the 2019 Ghanaian Premier League.

Medeama SC took a punt on him by signing him on a 3-year contract in December 2019.

Despite cancelling the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Agyemang managed 11 goals in 14 games.

Agyemang played briefly for Cape Town City FC before finishing the 2020/21 season with Medeama SC, scoring nine goals.

Vincent Atinga (20)

Defender vincent atinga with 20 goals for medeama sc
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Vincent Atinga has been with Medeama since the 2020/21 season. The defender has been in prolific scoring form.

Most of his goals for the club have come from the penalty spot.

In his first season with the club, he scored two league goals. He followed that up the next season with seven goals.

In their 2022/23 title-winning season, Atinga bagged 11 goals, with nine coming via penalties.

Kwasi Donsu (22)

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Kwasi Donsu is the iconic captain of Medeama SC. The midfielder is a long-serving servant of the club he joined in 2013.

Donsu is a free-kick expert and has scored plenty of goals for the league champions.

The MTN FA Cup 2016 Most Valuable Player joined Sirens FC of Malta on loan this summer after a lengthy stay at the Tarkwa-based side.

Donsu has a total of 22 league goals for the club.

This article was most recently revised and updated 8 months ago

Chooka Izuegbuna is a Sports Journalist with 20 years of experience in print, TV and Radio. He has worked with some of the top media houses in Nigeria, including NTA Network, Channels TV, TVC, Silverbird TV and MITV. Chooka broke his sports reporting teeth with The Game Football Weekly in 2003 as a cartoonist and reporter. Chooka has a passion for football and has been a fan of Enugu Rangers (over 30 years) and Real Madrid (Since 1996).