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With two matches in hand, Saint George is already the runaway Ethiopian Premier League Leader, eight points clear of second place Commercial Banks. New comer Dashen Brewery clinched its first ever win in the upper echelon, while former two time champion Electric stays rock bottom of the league table.
The frustrating on-off league season resumed after two months. Saint George played two away matches in five days and then returned with Oumed’s 1-0 win over Arbaminch Town followed by an emphatic 4-1 victory over Oromia’s only representative Muger Cement. Eight wins out of eight matches, The Horse Men are riding further from the pack with 24 points. Back from a frustrating CHAN Cup final, Saint’s target man Oumed Oukri is leading the top scorer list with 11 goals in eight matches while Banks’ Nigerian striker Philip Dawzi and Dedebit’s front man Dawit Fekadu joint second with four goals apiece.
It took ten matches for Dashen Brewery to get their first win of the season after a 1-0 home win against visiting Electric. The winning goal from an unlikely source, defensive midfielder Asrat Megersa scored against his former side. Electric now has nine consecutive matches without a win. With a club president yet to be assigned under the new structuring, with the Bulgarian head coach in suspense, the club manager taking a new post with the construction and the two assistant coaches as silent as dead wood, the 50 plus year old Electric FC’s destiny appears in real danger with club supporters watching in frustration.
Harar Brewery is back to a winning streak, defeating relegation zone Sidama Coffee 1-0 with the winning goal from Bereket W/Tsadik. Ethiopian Coffee does not look like a side playing for contention of the league title as it returned home with a goalless draw with home side Muger Cement. With 16 points from nine matches, Commercial Bank sits second with 16 points while Defense Force is third with a goal difference.